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I've always wanted white baby furniture. It's just my idea of what baby furniture should be. But, I found a nice set that is in honey color, I believe they call it (kind of in between 'natural' and 'cherry'), and I kind of like that color. The set is extremely cheap. I can get the 4-in-1 crib, that comes with a mobile, and the changing table for $150 all together! It's at a local store, and it's all in perfect condition, but the truck carrying it wrecked, and they couldn't sell it at full-price in the regular store.
I've had this problem with things before and I ended up not buying the things, but regretting it. So, should I get it?? I do like it a lot, even though it isn't white, but I'd feel kind of silly buying it when I don't know if we'll ever have a baby. I'd feel like it was a complete waste of money. For some reason I don't mind buying the clothes, but this is different. But, it would drive me insane if we do end up getting pregnant, and we could have had a crib, and changing table, for $150, but we didn't get it, KWIM?
I don't think that it would bother me emotionally. The vast majority of the time, all the clothing that we have doesn't. In fact, most days, it gives me hope in some silly way.
I think we should buy it. We honestly don't really have the room, but I did clean out the computer room closet and I think it will all fit in there just fine. Of course, we could use that room in the closet for something else, but with a $150 price tag, I can't hardly pass it up, KWIM?