Well done mrs jag on roll call.
I've bought 8 bitti tuttos, 8 small itti bitti d'lish snap-in-ones, 5 issy bears pockets and 4 cutie bum pockets. I like the idea more of the ittis as I hope I can just change soakers and use shell twice, not sure of reality of that though. I think I need to just test them all out now and see how we go before buying any more. I am addicted to browsing the net for them. I'm now also looking at making my own wipes too! Nesting? Much?
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04-03-2013 19:06 #651Senior Member
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05-03-2013 07:50 #652Member
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I had to laugh wunsi - I too spend a lot of time on the net looking at nappies. What I probably need to be doing is out buying a cot! The two I have found that I'm in love with but neither have the drop down side - they are fixed. Anyone buy a cot with fixed sides - I'm thinking it is not so practical???
05-03-2013 08:01 #653
I loved my drop down side cot, I am short so it was better than me dropping bubs into the cot then having to re settle! Lol
I haven't had experience with one that doesn't drop but all I know is when the side was stuck for a few days, I hated it!
Not long to go for our April bubbas! xxx
05-03-2013 11:17 #654
Yeah I was told by a lady at baby bunting that no drop down is the new 'trend.' I Europe they don't have the drop down cot. Ikea cots don't have the drop down either.
06-03-2013 09:51 #655
Thanks Mrs Jag
Ah well that's good to know about the drop down, as I have a drop down but it doesn't 'drop'.... haha at least I am on trend now
Hey ladies can I ask if anyone is exercising and what you are doing. I have been pretty lazy this last month, and am feeling uncomfy but need to exercise with my gestational diabetes, I was swimming but the QLD weather doesn't agree at the moment. I can't walk for too long without my back and feet hurting. Any thoughts??
06-03-2013 11:47 #656
Jen, mainly just walking for me... heck, I class even walking around a shopping centre exercise now. I spent the morning out yesterday and had crampy stitches!! Not great, but at least it's something.
I have a drop down side cot, but it's also stiff & stuck, so I don't know how much we'll use it as one. Baby girl has three beds at the moment! A cradle for her first few months, for beside our bed. A crib, for when she's bigger. And a portacot for naps downstairs if she's fussing. So excited!
06-03-2013 12:09 #657
Haha snap Mrs Jag had a walk around the shopping centre today! That's enough for today. Hoping for good weather tomorrow and then I can swim - yay!!
Oooh spoilt little girl with all her beds mind you ours has two plus the portacot. So exciting!
06-03-2013 14:27 #658
I'm so clucky. A friend had her bub on Monday & I can't wait for mine now!
06-03-2013 14:34 #659
Walking is the best! Sometimes I have more stamina that my DH! We went for a 4.5 km walk on Monday and half way through he said I am buggered. I replied I have got the momentum going. Then he commented that he can't struggle with a pregnant person next to him so he had to suck it up! Lol.....
Wunsi - It can be easily done making wipes! How many soaker sets do you have? I got sucked in the spend $69 and get a free itti bitti tutto with the soaker set! So I bought one tutto and 4 soaker sets.
Well my nesting is continuing. I am still in the middle of cross stitch with bubs name on it. Just finished making 6 padded hangers. The are dark blue with white stars. And about to start making a 'going out' nappy bag. I got some drill material from spotlight as they had 30% off. This will be one of my biggest projects and super excited to get started. I want to take my time doing it as I do't want to stuff up. Luckily I have my mum to assist.
06-03-2013 14:35 #660
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