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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by alegna View Post
(second baby- I need SOMETHING to shop for, right?)
Well, if I can buy new things for #5 you can certainly buy new stuff for #2

Keri
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by alegna View Post
(second baby- I need SOMETHING to shop for, right?)
This last baby was #4 - my big splurges - midwife, pg pictures, and a Rockin' Baby sling! Didn't necessarily NEED a sling, but still - I had to buy SOMETHING for the new baby!
post #23 of 25
This baby# 4 for us and I am going to buy a Didymos. What a splurge

We dont need anything else for this baby that is unless its a boy :

I just bought a Maya pouch at a thrift shop for $9
post #24 of 25
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Originally Posted by ColoradoMama View Post
This last baby was #4 - my big splurges - midwife, pg pictures, and a Rockin' Baby sling! Didn't necessarily NEED a sling, but still - I had to buy SOMETHING for the new baby!

#4 was my "last" too or so we thought
#5 is getting a new stroller, new carseat, some new (used) CDs and a couple of baby carriers Oh, and some new clothes if it happens to be a boy.

Keri
post #25 of 25
Obviously you can wait for first hand experience from keri, but I think the traditional Moby fabric (stretch cotton, not sure if they've made any recent updates) would be WAY too hot for Houston. (I'm from Austin and living in NM now). I used my Moby a lot when it was cold here and barely put more than a hat and a sleeper on my August born babe.

I wonder if you could make a Moby out of some solarveil or something else really really light? I mean it's basically just a few yards of fabric. It seemed like our Hotsling was pretty hot too in the beginning because they snuggle in so much. A lightweight mei tei might be good?

DD2 got new CD's and I'm drawing a blank as to anything else. They're so close in age hardly anything she needed had even been packed away.
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