Do you have a chair in your nursery?

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  1. TORino

    TORino Well-Known Member

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    As the title says really. Lol.

    I'm deciding whether to put a chair in there or not. it;s a bit of a tight squeeze really but I have visions of feeding the baby in there at night and having somewhere nice and comfortable to sit.
     
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    leannesxb Well-Known Member

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    I have a old fashioned rocking chair even though its a squeeze cos we haven't got a spare room for a nursery and baby is in with us. xxx
     
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    winnie89 Well-Known Member

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    i'm the same i havent got room in his nursery but i have got a special chair downstairs in which i might feed him in, xxx
     
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    Henry's room is a bit on the snug side but I do have a chair in there. I'll be feeding him in there ice DH goes back to work so I don't keep him up. Don't wanna be goin up n down stairs at night with Henry in case i trip on a step or fall over a cat! A chair was a must for me xx
     
  5. TORino

    TORino Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ladies. I was always going to put one in there but then when the furniture came its taken some organising and the chair looks like it doesn't fit comfortably.

    I might try to get a smaller chair then. :D
     
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    x_larlybelle_x Well-Known Member

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    I have one of the bentwood type chairs. Here is a pic of it in Henry's room. Not the best pic of the chair but u can get the jist of how big his room is xx
     

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    TORino Well-Known Member

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    Is that one of those IKEA chairs? That's the sort of chair I have! Lol.

    Awww. Henry's room is very cute.
     
  8. x_larlybelle_x

    x_larlybelle_x Well-Known Member

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    It is but I got the chair and footstool from aldi for £30!

    Thanks :D
     
  9. LucyH

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    I have a BF chair in my room - just think I can get up & feed baby - without living the room - then once baby goes in to her own room - will put chair in there! Didn't have a proper chair with t 1st! Total mistake - make sure your chai is comfy & near a tv! Night feeds are LONG & tiring ):
     
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    We have a rocking chair that we bought second hand, it came pine so oh painted it white but it's taking a lot more coats than we first thought and still isn't finished! I also got it cause when oh is back at work I don't wanna b up n down stairs, also might trip on a cat lol! X
     
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    So_hopeful81 Well-Known Member

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    Is it ok to bring baby into your bedroom to watch tv!?
    I dont want to have to go downstairs to feed if I am successful with breast feeding???
    Xxxx
     
  12. JJ Mum

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    Just remember ladies, if your breastfeeding, it's as easy as anything to feed laying down in your bed, it's the lasyest feeding I have ever done, (had 3 bottlefed babies till last baby), and neither of you really fully wakes up, even 4 feeds a night, were far more painless than 1 or 2 getting up and feeding, which may wake baby more
     
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    I'm hoping to BF and baby will be in my room for first 3months, in moses basket. Hope to do the lying-down position to feed so won't be needing a chair.
    If this fails will have to move to living room to do night feeds (where the telly is) as house is so tiny, it wouldn't take too much energy.
     
  14. LucyH

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    Oh yes, of course!!! With my first - every time he woke for a night feed - on we get tv! You need it to stay away - plus if you are bf - it can be painful & it gives you something to concentrate on!!!! 1. Good bf tip - make sure your WHOLE nipple is on their mouth - including the areole!!! ;) x
     
  15. Mrs N

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    I tend to just feed little man in bed at the moment but we do have a chair in his nursery but he isnt in there anymore!!
    xxx
     
  16. LucyH

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    I believe it's preference really - you have to do wants best for you & the baby! I couldn't get to grips with the lying down position (I did have mastitis & trust - I had the works) but sitting up kept me awake & alert!! Obviously the tv was quiet - but it helped me stay awake!!! I'm useless with lack of sleep!!! So a comfy chair & tv (or iPhone - good time to reply to all your messages) is a must!!!! Anything that makes the night feeds more pleasurable & comfy for yourself - I think we tend to forgot about ourselves x
     
  17. VikkiR

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    I have a nursing chair, so comfy :)
     

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