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A swing. I thought it was essential. Turns out, both my kids hated it. We have barely used an 140 dollar swing. Hopefully Josephine likes it!
And I would say a ring sling. It wasn't something I had with Liam and when Kieran came along I don't know how I lived without it. It was like a lifeline for fussy babies and the only way I went out in public for months. But it was a gift and not even something I think I would have bought myself.
A side-carred crib. We used it briefly, then decided it wasn't working. Matthew is just in our bed now.
And the swing. Ash LOVED hers as a baby...Matthew had awful reflux and refused to stay in the swing for more than a couple minutes without screaming.
We got a moby and an ergo..didn't think I'd need them because Ash never liked carriers, but I did with Matthew! Nothing else ever worked.
He's the ultimate AP-demanding baby..lol!
Kailey(21) Cloth diapering, breastfeeding, babywearing, extended RF'ing, slightly crazy mommy to Ashlynn (3 1/2 * 1/28/10) and Matthew (13 months * 6/20/12)
I agree with the swing. Drake used it like less them 5 times. He did not like it all. It turned into cute decoration. We also got a crib that was used like MAYBE 10 times, and that was for a nap when I was not taking one with him.
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