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    I did push it round the house and up and down the street a bit... 😂 is it possible to love a pram coz I'm pretty smitten?! The friend who I bought it from said she was pretty devastated to watch it leave.

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    Understand your excitement Peedy!
    We just bought ours - I had my heart set on one and traded in my freq flyer points for toys r us vouchers then it went out of stock (back in April). It won't be back in til sept now!!

    So we looked again and got a mountain buggy urban jungle. And I must admit I am in love! It's the only 3 wheeler that I haven't been able to tip!!!

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    I stare at my pram every time I walk past it to leave the house haha

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    How frustrating woof!
    Even second hand it was a ridiculous amount to spend on one item but I do love it. I feel a little guilty but it was a bargain- my friend took such good care of it and even had it professionally cleaned before selling it. Hehe i can justify it in so many ways! 😊

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    As soon as our pram was delivered I put it together... Was only Tuesday but it's in our hall... I love our pram... We ended up going the Jane' Epic as got an awesome deal at the baby expo... I wanted the Joolz Geo but seriously $1500 plus on a pram is silly! I would of got one second hand but then this came along and my partner loved it and it's 10kg and folds in one go not take apart (when out of the bassinet) so that was a massive tick for me!
    Getting closer girls for us all... How exciting X

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    Yep ttc I made a special space in the hall for it to live. Had to rearrange a bit but it felt exciting to plan haha

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    Definitely starting to get close now!!! 66 days to go if I magically deliver on due date! Yikes!!

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    Our nursery is completely done and then we sleep upstairs and the nursery is down so I have even bought stuff for upstairs as no way was I running up and down... Just a bassinet and cheaper change table and we put the nursing chair we bought from ikea up there too! I am so over organised it's not funny... I am such a big planner so I went into overdrive on this project! My partner had a go at me today saying he's not sure how I will handle living post c section and not being able to do house things... I did organise a cleaner this week... I know it's extravagant but honestly I can't live with it being dirty and she will only charge $80 for 3 hours work... I just want mopping, bathrooms, laundry and kitchen done... I will only get her in once a fortnight if needed! Plus I am not allowed to get my heart rate up too!

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    It's a bit scary!! 49 days for me to go providing bub doesn't come earlier... I should probably start thinking about a hospital bag...

    Got 1 thing ticked off the list today (seeing as it poured all day long), managed to get dd to sleep in her toddler bed! She was so excited to be a big girl!!!! Would love it if she was toilet trained but bad luck for me if she isn't by the time bub arrives!!!

    We pick up our new cot for bub in a couple of weeks and then I can set a space up for him. I feel like I was so organised with dd but not with this little munchkin. And I think because I'm all over the shop with appointments for OB, midwife and diabetes and also looking after a toddler, this poor little bub has been ignored (couldn't find another word, I can't ignore something that continuously moves)!

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    Yup I've been crazy organised here too. Partly due to circumstances - DH left at 12w and I wanted him involved so we pretty much had nursery completely set up before he left. The little things I've been working on a little bit each pay to help spread the costs out.
    Only thing i need is a glider, a breast pump, and to pack my hospital bag. The first two aren't necessary but I would like them.
    I've got 40 days until my cervical stitch is removed so it could happen literally any day from there. Wowsers it's getting real now...


 

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