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We went to prenatal pilates class (Andy is being dragged along, yes).
Then IKEA!

We bought some storage and shelving and also a dresser for the baby. That was almost 700 bucks.
And then getting them all into a sedan was quite an adventure, we had a box sticking out the window.

Then I bought more maternity clothes, I think I've spent 500 on maternity clothes, nursing bras, maternity belts (sexy), maternity tops.
And that's with mostly buying stuff at the elite Target.com.

Since I love to wear empire waisted stuff, a quarter of my closet still fits. But when your tummy sticks out, it does make the front shorter and some of them are too short. Also, some of my clothes aren't fitting in my boobage area. BOOBS!

Also bought some pregnancy tea. And a ladle. Because going through 1 toilet paper roll a day is a bit much, we may have to improvise a bidet situation.

My bladder is about the size of a tablespoon right now, I pee once per hour if I hydrate. Which sucks because for wedding days I stop drinking enough since one can't pee when one is in a ceremony.

Overall, I think we've spent less money then our peers. But at some point I may want to do a financial breakdown, just for money spent before birth.



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May. 4th, 2014 02:11 pm (UTC)
Bidet-like feature
We have a Toto Washlet, mainly because it was the easiest way to get the kids to clean their butt properly. It's pretty nice -- heated seat, the water is heated, and it will air dry after.
May. 4th, 2014 02:40 pm (UTC)
Re: Bidet-like feature
Whoa. That's pretty fancy!

I grew up with bidets. They're super nice!
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