- Nov 18, 2017
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Most of J's wardrobe has been supplied by my friend's hand me downs. I took the gender neutral stuff, but she has girl clothes that we have to figure out how to transfer, because I didn't take them when I had the chance. I wasn't expecting her to be so small, so I don't have much in the way of newborn, and she's already sort of swimming in them so I'm probably not going to put her in the 0-3 yet.Its funny, everyone has their own methods to predict the gender of the baby. Supposedly how you carry the baby either high or low can be a predictor. Not sure if any of that is true. But it sounds fun to wait to learn the gender.
Dont worry if you dont have everything, it will come with time. I am sure family/friends will give you so much stuff you wont know what to do with it. Try not to overly buy clothes. They grow out of them fast. My SIL always buys limited shoes as well, because they dont last long. My niece has things she never even got to use. Size up with clothes when you can, even if it fits a bit loose, it will give you time to wear the outfit longer.
if you have a walmart near you, they sometimes drop baby clothes to $1. I buy my family members leggings and shirts for their babys/toddlers. The clothes arent bad quality. If you do have a walmart, get used to scanning things as you can find random things for $1.
Carters sometimes has baby clothes that they drop to very cheap, but their prices change day to day. If you get their credit card you get extra points and free shipping.
Sorry for the long post. I love saving money and have lots of nieces and nephews.