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With our last child I made sure everything was natural instead of pink. We still have everything crib, swing, walkers, stroller n car seat, everything so I won't have to buy none of that stuff again this time. It's all basically brand new because she didn't like to use none of it especially the swing n walker. Has anyone else kept everything
I'm a babythings hoarder. I have huge containers full of boy clothes and girl clothes broken up by age. It's kinda ridiculous. But it saves $. I save all my cloth diaper stuff. My Moses bassinet is gender neutral and we don't do cribs (bedshare). If it's a boy, he'll share a room with his brother and if it's a girl she'll be crammed into her sisters' room.
We have kept everything, stuff like the stroller, swing, car seat etc is neutral colors. But everything else is boy/blue! So, if we have a girl, we will definitely need some new things for her! She will certainly need pink & purple! lol
We bought mostly gender neutral for DD too, even after we found out she was a girl. I think gender-specific colors are crazy, though. If we have a boy we'll still use all of DD's pink blankets and such. I don't think he'll mind.
Eliza Rose, born 6/9/10 ...and getting a little brother for her birthday! Baby Henry Wilder, due 6/7/13