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Well, when we were pg, I bought a University of TX onesie, a bib that said "I love Daddy", & a rattle. Since we lost that baby, those things have been put in our storage unit at the end of our bed along w/ the mommy blanket & daddy blanket his mother made us. One day we will bring it all out again!
I bought a few things when we first started TTC and people gave me some hand me downs.
When i found out i was pregnant a cousin gave us a bassinet, bouncy seats, bathtub, clothes, toys. My parents also bought a cute little blue bear and signed the ear tag "To Baby Blueberry From Your Grandparents." We called the baby Blueberry.
All of that stuff is now in storage, until we need it again.
I have not bought anything... maybe it's just me being superstitious, but I just get this creepy feeling that if I buy ANYTHING baby-related, I'll never actually have a baby. I also don't plan on telling people until I'm pregnant for over 14 weeks (except for the few who I know won't go crazy with baby things during the first trimester). I just don't want to have to look at baby stuff all the time (or even know it's there), when there's no baby to use them. But that's just me. I'm looking forward to the day when I CAN go crazy shopping for baby!
i had bought package after package of diapers and wipes...... simply cause i figure that what you go broke buying when baby does show up... but i ended up giving them all away so the only thing i have left is a bassinett upstairs in the guest room.