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I hope to get out my NB through 3-6 month gender neutral stuff out soon. I have not bought any clothes aside from 2 sleep sacks. Looked at some today and they were really cute, but I could not bring myself to pay nearly $20 for a NB outfit. It was even on sale. Just silly.
I don't have much! I have 3-4 gender neutral outfits but am having a hard time finding gender neutral clothing. I am going to get undershirts, socks and hopefully find some more newborn gender neutral sleepers but thats it since we are on team green. A friend of mine is waiting to see what we have, if its a girl i will get TONNES of stuff from her for practically nothing. Other then that, my mom and mil have been notified they need to go shopping before they come to the hospital and by this baby some clothes.
my showers won't be untill january but with new baby gifts, christmas and the showers and all it's aunts, i am sure this LO will have no shortage of clothing.
We have 2 sleepers in the house and that's it lol
My SIL gave us a bucket of boys clothes but I haven't even gotten a chance to look through it. My mil decided we didn't have room for it until the nursery is cleaned out and took it home.
I do know that my mom has bought a bunch of clothes for Christmas, it'll just depend on when he's born lol
I have got some, although I'm trying to prevent buying anymore until after the baby shower (even though I can't imagine getting that many because we don't know the gender) but after the baby comes out I'm sure that many people will go baby shopping before they come meet our LO.
Jacky - Mommy to Caylyn (12/17/11) and Carter (10/8/13)
I have tons of clothes I just dont know what to do with anymore lol. I have had to big filled boxes from my " adopted" mom, stuff I bought and then one of my besties just gave me some stuff, OH and my brother, sil, and their kids went shopping and got a big box from them!! I would like to say Im set for a while or until after my shower. then I can line them all up and see what else we need. Ill post pics
sorry you asked for pics lol. I still have another box that I havent taken pics of yet. Those are all of 6 months +
I have bought a few items, nothing major. I have been trying to wait til after the shower to see what's left for me to buy.
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Last edited by divinemom30; September 26th, 2011 at 09:18 AM.
I have some stuff. I'm set for newborn but I'm going to need for 0-3 and 3-6 months. I've dug out Ethan's baby stuff but with him being born in the middle of April most of the clothes I have from him is all warm weather clothes.
I don't even know. I want to get the clothes out & go through them because I know I got rid of a lot. I think maybe after this week when I get DH to take stuff to the storageI can convince him to get done the newborn clothes. I think I got rid of the gender neutral stuff & now only have boy or girl stuff.
I am sorta in between. I have lots of items but I'm still missing things like mittens so they can't scratch themselves. I have 2 sleep sacks but probably need 2 more. I need to get a snow suit. Poor baby doesn't have any socks. I figured ill wait till after the baby shower but its Nov 2nd. Feeling so impatient rofl.
this is just my preemie to 6 monthes collection plus a bumper...ive gonna to the point I sorted out some to give to a preggo friend because there is soo much.. I have two totes of 9 to 2T as well.
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