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How do you get your house ready for a new baby?
2018-08-06 09:14:23
How do you get your house ready for a new baby? I decided to set all of our gear up weeks ahead of my due date for one major reason – my son. I don’t anticipate going into labor early by any means, but my main goal right now is to ease him into the transition.

He’s super curious about everything, so I want him to be able to explore the baby gear (like the swing, pack and play, bassinet, pump, bottles, etc) BEFORE the baby arrives so the novelty will wear off. And, so far, we’ve been successful! He still likes to check it all out from time to time, but he no longer needs to push every button or take out every diaper he finds. Speaking of diapers, I have -everything- set up. The diapers, wipes, and creams are in their bins on our dresser and in the pack and play.

This was part of my planning to get my son used to exactly what the house will be like with the baby. Luckily, he is happy to be my helper at all times, so he’s been great about helping me set everything up. Since we don’t know the sex of our new baby, I didn’t want to wash all of my son’s old 0-3 clothes. I have, however, washed and put away all of the burp cloths, swaddle blankets and wraps, pajamas, and white onesies.

If it’s a girl, I’ll just have to run out to get a few outfits afterwards – and if it’s a boy, it’ll be easy to wash all of his old clothes at that point. Other than that, I feel like I’m almost done nesting. I will be deep cleaning the house from top to bottom over the next two weeks – one room at a time. I also hope to freeze some meals ahead of time.

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