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    Boobs and sling!

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    Some nappy sacks for dirty nappies, a nice water bottle for you to keep near your feeding chair, tissues, nasal saline spray in case bub gets a cold and a comfy floor/playmat to pop him down on. Good luck!

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    If breastfeeding:
    Lanisoh for your nipples
    Something nice to sip water out as you sit dehydrating whilst feeding
    Something warm (nightgown/Ugs) to slip into as you feed
    iPhone/android to read bubhub/Facebook on as you feed
    Lipgloss and moisturizer
    Yoghurt or yogurt/muesli one serve combos in fridge for middle of the night after feeding hunger pangs

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    One of the best suggestions I had when I had dd was to take some of those flushable wipes for yourself for the toilet so you feel a bit more.... fresh.... ( for want of a better word)
    I just remember feeling so much better after using those particularly when you have a screaming newborn and you can't have a shower when you want!

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    Subbing :-)

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    baby bath?

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    Can i ask what subbing is?

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    Subbing is subscribing. You do this when your interested in the thread and want to receive notifications of updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I want to say that I don't think singlets are essential items. I much prefer onesies as singlets tend to ride up baby's back.
    You can buy singlet bodysuits so that they don't ride up :-) I got mine from target

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