Originally Posted by impromptukiss
here is a pic of how we keep ours -
And you know, I have a dress made of that IKEA fabric. *lol*
This was our bedroom when DS was a wee baby, we've since moved into another room due to a major make-over of parts of the house, but the set-up is still basically the same - a Double plus the...
We did the crib-with-one-side-down thing, and DS still sleeps there at 2.5 years. I never liked the co-sleepers, and they probably wouldn't have fit together with our bed (height wise).
We'll move DS to a bigger bed on DHs side and have the baby in the crib. That should work out fine.
Ooh, fun. And reading this reminds me of all the stuff we still have to do...
- write list what needs to go into the labor box and buy missing stuff
- pack labor box
- write list what needs to go into the hospital bag
- pack hospital bag
- wash newborn clothes and diapers
- order some Snappis
- prepare announcement cards
- build a bed for DS : and move him to said bed
- make up "how to" lists (great idea!)
- buy infant carseat
- buy a 2nd H cup nursing bra
- buy DH's Yule...
Oooh, lovely thread!
Dear feet and legs, please stop cramping all the gorram time. And feet, stop this half-assed "I don't know, maybe I'm gonna cramp but not really" that makes me walk on my toes for hours on end.
Dear kiddo, stop kicking me in the bladder and colon all the time. That does not a happy mummy make.
Depends who's asking. My ILs get the "Fine, thanks" routine, cause I really don't want to talk to them about my varicose veins or my constipation. Although I'm sure they'd have all sorts of great advice...
My mum will get a more honest answer, and with strangers or aquaintances it depends on my mood.