personally, I would be very careful.. I got irritated by everything that wasnt getting done, feeling overwhelmed nothing was even close to being prepared for baby. All these things had to be done and at that stage we still had 6 weeks to go so we had plenty of time in theory yet it couldnt get done quick enough in my opinion at the time. I was cleaning, scrubbing, on my hands and knees, going through kitchen cupboards "minimilising"...
The next day I went in to labour at 34 weeks. Turns out it was nesting.
Just another perspective.
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