Ok guys I have a close friends baby shower this weekend. One of her games is musts for babies first year and another is advice to survive the first year.
I'm not a parent so please share all ur advice for me to pass on ;-)
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01-06-2015 20:54 #1
First year musts and advice
01-06-2015 21:46 #2
Must for the first year are teething rings, gels and glove. Lots of things for bubs to chew on. Nurofen and panadol are definitely musts.
Advice to survive the first year.......cry when you need to and if you have one those moments where you feel like throwing your baby out the closest window (and you will, especially during the glorious leap 4 where they won't sleep, trust me) put bubs in the cot and have a glass of wine or cup of tea (basically choose your poison) before returning to try putting them to sleep again.
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