OMG...your ladies are so fast. I just went to eat my dinner and now i have to read N posts.
@Tanej78: DH and i are photography nerd. We both have SLR camera. I am actually thinking to downgrade and get a point and shoot! I don't know if the midwifes know how to use our fancy SLR. LOL. I was told that the nurse and midwifes can help taking some photos.
I won't have an official baby shower. 3 of my friends sorta threw me one few weeks ago when we went out for dinner. Some of my work colleagues asked about it, though. I just think they can give presents if they wish. I'm not that close to some of them anyway.
Hehe....bra shopping. @Minib: I hate it too. Believe it or not, I bought all my bra back home! Good brand, cheaper and with my size. The blessing for being pregnant and feeding is that you will be up to C cup! It is slightly easier to find. If you are on C size and above, I saw some cheap ones at kmart today ($15?). Unfortunately, they have limited body size selection and i couldn't find my size. I was mainly looking for cami with bra in. I ended up getting them at Target. $30 each. Size wise, they don't have the color i want but i am not going to be picky at this point. Yes, best to try the bra on. I got it fitted at BraNthings. Since they didn't have my size in store, it wasn't too bad to just walk out. Their nursing bra starts at $50. They told me to up a cup size to accommodate the engorgement later.
Gelati is right. It is so tiring to do shopping these days. I'm pretty worn out today. Also, i felt that just doing a bit of housework as well. Oh....which nappies did you buy? Is it one size fit all for newborn? I haven't bought any because I am worried to buy something too big. Hmmm...what kind of gown? Like a PJ?
I got the thermometer when i was in the US during my first trimester. Bargain. I figure everyone needs one at home anyway. My niece has one in europe and that one is fancy. It even talks to you if your temperature goes too high.