Hobby Lobby sells the plain white ones pretty cheap and usually they are 1/2 off. I use to paint and decorate them and sell them on etsy. You can probably find some cute ones there or on ebay of course. They can match your nursery too.View Thread
I'm not sure, hopefully someone will have some answers. I know I lift my 40 lb 3 year old daughter all the time and it doesn't bother me. It kills me though to lift her and put her in her carseat. Sometimes she'll climb in for me, but most of the time its a battle to get her strapped in.View Thread
See, everyone has a different answer. I'm torn. My doc may or may not be there, I'm not sure, but even if she isn't, she works for a practice and someone from the practice will be, and that's okay with me. That's how it happened with my DD too.
I liked the fact that I went naturally with DD, so I was kinda hoping I could do that again. True I still have time to decide, but its just been weighing on my mind.
Thanks everyone for your thoughts! This is gonna be a tough decision!!View Thread
So my due date is December 25th. My doc had offered to induce me a week early, but I wondering if I should? I wasn't induced with my DD and went a week and a half early with her on my own. I just can't decide if I should wait it out, or just schedule it. I know having a b-day on or very close to X-mas isn't ideal, but then again being induced isn't ideal to me either.
What would you guys do? Do I really want to be in the hospital on X-mas when I have a soon to be 4 year old at home?View Thread
That's nice!! You could do a Dinner and Diapers shower. You can never have too many diapers and wipes! If I were to have a boy this time, I would need a shower because all I have is girl stuff! And even if I have another girl, I'm still going to need a few things. Wonder if anyone will throw me a shower??View Thread
Thanks guys! Funny, I almost didn't put Maddox on the list! I like Madden the best so far, but I'm still on the hunt for more. No one is really diggin my Mc names. I don't know why I'm drawn to them? I find out what I'm having in 17 days (but who's counting?) lol, so this might all be for nothing if I'm having another girl. Oh well! Thanks again!View Thread
My DD is 3.5 and I don't think I call her baby instead of her name. If I do, I don't realize I'm doing it. And I don't really want to call her that in front of her because she's trying to be a "big girl" now and do big girl things like pp in the potty, get dressed by herself etc....when she starts to whine and act up etc...then I say "Oh no, we don't have a big girl, we have a little baby". But my sister in law has a 1.5 year old and still calls her a baby. Like literally they call her "Baby Ava". That kinda urks me, not that I expect them to call her Toddler Ava, lol!View Thread
It's a class B drug, so yes, it safe. Your doc wouldn't have recommended anything that would harm the baby. Check out safefetus.com, you can search all sorts of drugs to make sure they are safe.View Thread
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