• Thrift Finds – cheap baby girl clothes!
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    Thrift Finds – cheap baby girl clothes!

    I just want to share some of the baby stuff I got from the thrift store with you guys. So I’ve divided them into newborns, three months, six months and then I only have one that one year old .So for the newborns I have onesies first. They’re just cute little dot onesies but they have these, uh what is it called, scallop collars that’s really cute. this one’s with a doggie even though we don’t have dogs but super cute. We have some giraffes. I think we got these before we found out we’re having a girl so everything is kind of gray or yellow or white okay and…

  • What’s the real cost of having a baby?
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    What’s the real cost of having a baby?

    Hundreds of years ago, when farmers needed an extra pair of hands to work the fields, having a child might have been a purely financial decision. But today, unless you’re planning on raising the next Justin Bieber, kids are a big, unpredictable cost–one that can make even a cool and collected financial advisor nervous. That’s right, Julia and I will soon be embarking on what will probably be the most rewarding–but expensive–adventure of our lives. There are so many factors and variables to having a child, it’s really difficult to make even a ballpark guess of what the total cost will be… especially since, these days, some parents will never…

  • How To Dress Your Newborn Baby
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    How To Dress Your Newborn Baby

    – [Narrator] When it comes to dressing a newborn, comfort and convenience are king. Here are our top tips for how to dress your new baby. (cheerful music) Start with a onesie or wrap shirt. That’ll keep baby nice and snug, plus the crotch snaps means that you won’t have to completely undress your newborn to change their diaper. Add footies. You wanna keep those toes warm, but even the tiniest babies can find a way to kick their socks right off. Add a seasonal layer, depending on the weather. Many new parents make the mistake of over-bundling babies. A general rule of thumb, dress your newborn in whatever you’re…

  • Newborn Needs and Layette Essentials | CloudMom
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    Newborn Needs and Layette Essentials | CloudMom

    Hi everybody, Melissa here. So this show is one of several shows that I’ve been doing about getting ready for your baby. And the focus of this show is on clothing and sleeping things that you’re going to need. Now, here I am five babies under my belt and one thing that I’ve learned is that you need to buy things very big and it’s a good idea to focus on necessities. Let’s talk exactly about what you’re going to need for your new baby. Now the number one thing you’re going to need when you have a new baby is the side-snap t-shirt. Look at how adorable this is.…

  • Newborn Baby Checklist | Mothercare Baby Advice
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    Newborn Baby Checklist | Mothercare Baby Advice

    As you prepare for the arrival of your baby, it can be difficult to decide what to buy. Tempting as it may be, try not to go overboard as you can always add pieces as and when you need to. Getting your nursery ready is an exciting part of preparing for your baby, one thing you are bound to need it a crib or moses basket for the first 6 months. Followed by a cot once baby is ready to move to their own room. Bare in mind the weather when buying bedding, to avoid baby getting too hot or too cold. Newborns are not good at regulating their temperatures.…

  • How To Dress Your Newborn Baby | Mothercare Baby Advice
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    How To Dress Your Newborn Baby | Mothercare Baby Advice

    in this video I am going to show you how to dress a newborn baby. and I am also going to show you some of the clothing you might need. the first thing we are going to put on, is a body suit. we’re going to put that over the baby’s head. Just stretch it nice and big. When they are tiny, they do grip their hands quite tightly. Then push the other arm through. Just talk to your baby as you are doing this, going along. lift up the baby’s legs. Straighten up the body suit and then tuck it under the baby’s nappy. And fasten it into place.…