Help !! Going home outfit

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  1. Bbybump16

    Bbybump16 Well-Known Member

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    What are you all putting your little ones in to come home ?
     
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    Havent bought it yet ill send my friends out to shop once baby gets here to puck me something up as I duno if im team pink or team blue yet
     
  3. iwanttobeamumm

    iwanttobeamumm Well-Known Member

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    i have packed vests and leggins just comfortable clothes i know the tradition is to have a special outfit for bringing our gorgeous LO's home in but i just want my little princess to be comfortable i have a pretty cardigan for her trip home but its lovely and soft and feels comfortable i haven't got any frilly or special dresses or things unitl 0-3 months and above for when her skin is less sensitive:) xx
     
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    I love babies in their little sleepsuits they look so tiny!!! All of mine r white though because were team yellow, so I want a pink or blue one for going home :)
     
  5. lauralou

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    Just a cute baby grow :) x I'm taking 3 cuz they're all slightly different in size, altho 2 are newborn and one is up to one month, so will see which fits best x but I wouldn't bother with fussy things like dresses and tights (if it's a girl) as you just want something easy to put on and take off x
     
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    I brought LO gone in a vest, sleep suit, hat and a thin padded jacket as it wasnt cold. I didn't put leggings on clothes on her until her cord stump had healed properly so it didn't rub or anything x

    tapatalking x
     
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    If I was team yellow I'd buy one in each colour and then just return the one I didn't use :) x
     
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    As my lo due at the end of august and could be hot out. (But you never know in this unpredictable country). I am not using a snow suit as such, I have a thicker velvety baby grow and a padded one that is 0-3 months that could layer above a normal babygro if nippy. So I have options.
     
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    That's so cute :) I love the little sheep dress on the same page!! X
     
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    I've just looked at what I've got and think ill go with this and I've got the matching little jacket if needed
     
  12. lauralou

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    Love it!!! Xxxx
     
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    AHHH! Thats soooo cute! xx
     
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    Bbybump16 Well-Known Member

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    I love the sheep dress I think I own the girl section in next .. Online shopping and a next account is a killer !! It's soo exciting :)
     
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    Next will be the death and me and my mother lol! Gone mental on everything they sell!

    Hes guna look bloody cute in it all :) xx
     
  16. knopk@

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    Ladies, take things that are easy to put on/take off, they are going to need lots of nappy changes. Plus i was terrified to break his arm with my first

    Tapatalking so cant see signatures
     
  17. Bbybump16

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    Aww I can't wait to see all our baby's :)
     
  18. Kelly450

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    Hi ladies!
    What size clothes are you taking? I don't have any tiny baby as i presume i wont have a tiny baby. But should i be prepared with one just incase? And we have chosen out a first size outfit, newborn and one thats 0-3 just incase x
     
  19. babyslog

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    ive packed new born and one 0-3. thats in vests and babygrows incase we are there for a few days.
    His going home outfit is next 'first size' think thats up to 9/10lb i think! xx
     
  20. iwanttobeamumm

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    little bit off subject but has anyone else packed lots of things for baby in case of a longer stay than expected? ive got 3/4 footsie onseys 5/6 vests 3 pairs of leggins 5 pairs of socks 3 hats and a cardigan considering this i have a very small hospital bag its a gym bag and has mine and babys stuff in it think im just good at packing 'coz ive put more than enough in it haha xx
     

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