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u/LiesandBalderdash · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here goes! It looks like I got all but 1 item from my current wishlist. Yah!

1.) Something that is grey.

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. Why not a raincoat?

3.) Something food related that is unusual. These are from Japan and Matcha flavor is hard to find in the US!

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!) For my son! He's a nugget.

5.) A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it! Guy Gavriel Kay is an amazing writer and I think everyone should read his books. They evoke so many emotions!

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related! How about free? Read the classics!

7.) Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...) NO.

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it. I think by definition art is not useful, but very beautiful!

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why? Because Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion are amazing.

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain. For stabbing. It's a silent weapon, which is best. You don't want to attract more of the undead.

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. My current goal is to be more active as I try to lose weight, but foot pain is a big barrier to walking/exercising more. I have heard awesome things about this foot wrap and it would be a huge help and keep me from being in pain as I exercise!

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items. It's hard to find in stores now, weirdly. And it's all I wear daily!

13.) The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why? PS4!

14.) Something bigger than a bread box. EDIT A bread box is typically similar in size to a microwave. Home. Made. Cappucino. It can go right next to the breadbox.

15.) Something smaller than a golf ball. This is pocket sized!

16.) Something that smells wonderful. Apples!!

17.) A (SFW) toy. She-Ra is pretty safe for work

18.) Something that would be helpful for going back to school. If you're in college, you're gonna need one of these.

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be. Adventure Time! Come on, grab your friends!

20.) Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand. What's mrore amazing than being INSANELY comfortable? Just look at it! Get inspired to sleep. It looks so comfy, I can't handle it.

fear cuts deeper than swords

u/joroqez312 · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I don't LARP, but I have camped several times while pregnant and with a baby (kiddo is now a year old). There wasn't much that changed when pregnant (other than #2 below), but there are lots of little things that can make baby camping easier.

Things to consider/items that helped us:

  1. Upgrade tent to a larger size. Our old one fit 2 - that wasn't going to cut it with a baby. We bought one big enough to stand in and one that is darker during the day (clutch for naps!)
  2. Upgrade to a nicer air mattress. We used to use ultralight camping pads - that did NOT cut it when I was 7 months pregnant (such back pain), and sleeping basically on the ground after birth gave me clogged ducts since I was breastfeeding. OW. So a good air mattress is essential.
  3. Pack n play. We tried just having her sleep between us one night. I didn't sleep a wink and it confused her too since she sleeps in a crib at home. So she now sleeps in a pack n play.
  4. Heavy weight sleep sack. Even if it's warm during the day, nights are usually colder than your temp at home. Some people do baby sleeping bags, but a super heavy weight sleep sack did the trick for us. We did not camp when baby was still in a swaddle so can't speak to that. Bring warmer gear in general (hats, buntings, fleece jackets, etc.)
  5. Bring a camping high chair. This is once baby is sitting/eating (~6 mo+). Something like this or this. Essential for meals and just generally containing baby if you need to be doing things around camp.

    The above were the absolute essentials for us. Other things I've seen be really successful for friends camping are a white noise machine (tent walls are thin if camp is noisy), giant play pens so you don't have to hold baby constantly, and as someone else mentioned, carrier or hiking packs.

    Last, go in flexible. Baby still has to nap, they're in an unfamiliar space, etc. Camping/LARPing post-baby will NOT be the same as it was before baby. And that's okay - just go in knowing that and you'll have a blast!
u/demsmyfeet · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps


ahem sorry for the enthusiasm. I'll read now. Congrats, that's a beautiful baby.

Edit: excellent birth story. Congrats! I refused an epidural last time with the induction. 0/10 would not recommend

Also, found it:

Rosie Pope Baby Girls 5 Pack Bodysuits (More Colors Available), Space/Stars, 0-3 Months

u/telepathetic_monkey · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1. Something grey

2. Thunderstorm MP3

3. Take your pick just scroll down

4. For my baby because I want a cool ass baby haha! Also, daddy will like it!

5. The Hater trilogy, linked is the first of the 3. This book keeps you on your toes. It's an amazing apocalyptic book that has immense imagery. All I can say is read it.

6. Nail tape, it's not nail polish, just decoration.

7. Cats! There is a cat in the design.

8. So pretty!!

9. Because it'll always put a smile on your face!

10. Survival Backpack Has enough items to help a group of 4 survive for 72 hours. This will give the people with the pack a 72 hour head start from everyone else to establish a safe spot. Everyone else is trying to find essentials now getting stuck and eventually taken over by a hoard, whereas the person with the pack doesn't need to waste time getting food, water, and some medical kit.

11. Cookware My boyfriend and I have been living with his parents for a while now and we are getting our own apartment soon (all utilities included, yay!!). His parents decided not to pay the gas company the $500 deposit to have it turned on because we live in the south and don't need to heat our apartment, we would only use gas for cooking. Because of that I haven't had a meal cooked on/in a stove in about a year. We either eat things fresh, microwaved, in a crock pot, or fried. I am sick and fucking tired of it. With the cookware I'll be able to change my eating habits because I won't be limited to what things I can cook with. Also, when I was a little girl, I never ate at a kitchen table because we didn't have one. We would eat meals separately, and I always longed for the family dinner atmosphere. My goal is to have a family dinner at least 3 times a week. I know the cookware won't help me achieve that goal, but it puts me one step closer.

12. Baby mittens

13. Soda Stream It's the 2nd most expensive item, the survival pack above is, but the Soda Stream is my dream item. My ex roommate had one and it's amazing! Also, I'm pregnant and can't have caffeine, but I love the bubbles so much!!! With the Soda Stream, I'll be able to make anything carbonated!!! I LOVE mixing in the Crystal Light powered packets, yummy!!

14. Cute storage cube

15. Owl Necklace

16. Chocolate

17. Beautiful Katmari

18. Pens

19. I'm obsessed with my unborn baby. But then again, aren't most expecting mothers??

20. Instant smoke ring machine! Does the awesomeness of instant smoke rings need to be described!?!

Made in Oregon

Thanks for the contest, this was fun!!

fear cuts deeper than swords

u/chickenfuz · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

A couple things you might want to consider but your list looks good! And like you and others have said you'll probably get other clothes because people love to buy tiny adorable clothes. If you get items that aren't practical or duplicates you might think about returning and using the funds later to fill in any gaps in baby's wardrobe. Unless of course the items are sentimental or the gift giver will take it poorly...

Ok my things to consider:

  • Because baby might be long you might want to try and find sleepers that don't have feet so they last a bit longer. Hanna Anderson has them but they can be pricey. Then you can do socks (if they stay on) or booties (Zutanos makes ones that stay on, we loved them!)

  • You can get a few onesie extenders to maximize the life of your onesies

    Edits- formatting
u/powlalala · 4 pointsr/Buyingforbaby

Mitten cuff onesies are our favorite to use on our little one. Especially when he was just born, it was too hard to trim his nails and having the option to cover his hands without dealing with mittens made it so easy. We also don't use much of the pajamas that covers their legs because the less buttons you have to deal with in the middle of the night, the better.

Gerber Unisex-Baby Newborn 3 Pack Longsleeve Mitten Cuff Onesies Brand, White, 0-3 Months

You'll definitely need more burp cloths. I have about 30 and could use more. Cloth diapers as burp cloths are great since they're so absorbent. We use these the most.

Gerber Birdseye 3-Ply Prefold Cloth Diapers, White, 10 Count

Our baby also loves his Wubbanub and they're nice so baby can practice grabbing things and they don't roll off baby as easily as a regular pacifier would. They have a ton of different animals.

WubbaNub Infant Pacifier - Baby Penguin

But really overall your registry looks good! You have a great variety of different sized clothes so that's good. The Dr. Brown's bottles are also great, I would just suggest having a large bowl in your sink to soak all the parts without them touching everything else in the sink. Or if you have a divided sink maybe use just one side for baby things. The only extras I would suggest are a small nail kit to keep in your diaper bag, baby blankets to cover baby up in his car seat or to swaddle, and Aquaphor when lotion isn't enough. Hope that helps!

u/Lireth · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

It wasn’t too bad! Depends on how many people you have at the shower really. I found this 15 pack of white onesies in various sizes on Amazon for $36: 15 pack onesies

And here’s a 24 pack of permanent fabric markers for $12: fabric markers

So say you have 30 people at the shower, you could get a couple packs of the onesies and 3-4 packs of the markers for people to share around, and it’d be around $100. Idk what your budget is, but that seems well worth it to me for your guests (and you!) to have a great time decorating the onesies, plus all the cute clothes you’ll get out of it! Everyone at the shower I threw had an awesome time with this craft, and thought it was a lot better than the sometimes corny games that can go on at baby showers!

Have fun!

u/Opheltes · 12 pointsr/AskMen

First, take a breath. Everything is gonna be all right.

Unless you helped raise your siblings or work in a daycare, most people go into parenthood without much relevant experience. (I had absolutely none.) It's one of those things that you learn on the job.

You have 8 months until the kiddo arrives. Enjoy your last childfree days. Trust me, there will be times you miss them. Get as much sleep as you can now, because the lack of sleep is rough. For me, that was literally the hardest thing about having kids.

If she's not already there, very soon your wife is going to start having morning sickness. While my wifey was puking her guts out, she preferred for me to bring her a glass of water to gargle and drink afterwards, hold her long hair out of the way to keep it from getting messy, and gently rub her back. Find out what your wife likes.

Once she gets to her last trimester, keep a close eye on her health. That's when things can go really bad. (Mine nearly died from preeclampsia during her first pregnancy) She should be seeing her OB regularly -- at least weekly if she has any high risk factors.

Literally the first thing you'll need is a car seat. The hospital will not release your child unless you have one. We used this one which is a car seat and carrier, and has seperate stroller attachment.

After the kiddo arrives home, you need to have a nursery ready. To that end, you're going to need a crib, diapers, diaper cream, wipes, 2-3 baby blankets, and some onsies. (I got this one for my kiddos). I would highly recommend getting a diaper genie too. If you have family members who are retired, having them stay over during the first month or two is a good idea. You'll probably be too tired to cook or clean, so an extra set of hands is always useful. You might also want to stock up on lanolin cream, because breast feeding or pumping is very hard on the titties and has a tendency to tear them open.

The best places to buy infant clothing are Goodwill and Once Upon A Child. They grow so fast that you'll get maybe a month of use out of it before it's time to buy more.

You also need to have some idea of what you're going to do with the kiddo after your maternity/paternity leave is over. Is wifey going to be a stay at home mom, or are you going to put your kid in day care? If you go the daycare route, you need to spend the months before the kiddo is born finding one. Do research to find good ones in your area, then go on a tour. Once you find one you like, put your kiddo on the waiting list. (Yes, they have wait lists for day care, especially for the infant rooms.)

As far as general parenting tips, the first year is the hardest. If you're feeling overwhelmed, it's OK to put the baby down in his crib and let him cry, while you walk away for 15 minutes to clear your head. Until around 6-10 months, infants aren't very interactive. Once they're walking (10-12 months) and talking (12-24 months), they're a lot more fun.

Oh, I asked my wifey and here were her tips:

  • Most insurance plans will give you a free breast pump, which you can order around the 6th month of pregnancy. Get one, preferably the Medallia double action, which is the cadillac of breast pumps)

  • Subsribe to the "One Bad Mother" podcast on the Maximum Fun podcast network.

    EDIT: Oh, and you'll need bottles, a bottle brush, and a sterilizer. This is the sterilizer we use.
u/whydna1 · 4 pointsr/NewParents
  • bottles of a few different brands; some babies will take one brand but not another. Most come with size 1 nipples, buy a few "newborn"/"low flow" nipples just in case.
  • a breast pump, even if you don't think you'll need one, your insurance will cover it (thanks obamacare). My wife stayed home for a while after our daughter was born. Having a pump (1) gave her relieve when she was engorged and (2) gave me an opportunity to handle some night feedings, etc.
  • a thermometer. In most cases, the "is my baby ok" question boils down to "if they're not blue and not running hot, they're probably fine". having this on hand before you need it is a stress reducer
  • a split of champaign (if you're so inclined). At some point, you'll be at home; just the three of you. The kid will be sleeping, the house guests will be gone and life will seem still for a moment. Celebrate your new life and then go take a nap.
  • a friend lined up to make a pharmacy run shortly after you get home. If you wind up needing any meds (pain meds are pretty common after childbirth), you tend to want them ASAP. Personally, I nearly fell asleep in the car on the way to the pharmacy to pick up my wife's meds; a co-worker of mine totaled his beamer on the way home from the pharmacy after his kid was born ;-P
  • I'm a huge fan of the various "sleep sacks" that allow you to swaddle without needing to do blanket origami.
  • Kimono onesies are awesome. I have no idea why they're so expensive and hard to find: They allow you to dress the little monster with the scary "over the head" thing
  • make sure that some of your clothes are "0-3" and some are "newborn". If you have a tiny baby, the 0-3 stuff is too big; if you have a big baby, the newborn stuff is too small... it's weird.
u/aleii1 · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Nosefrida - gross but works much better than a bulb syringe. When your baby can't breathe well because of a clogged nostril, saline spray + Nosefrida is awesome.

Kimono style clothes
- newborns have no neck strength and their floppy heads make it hard to dress them in regular clothes that pull over their head. Kimono style is amazing. You just lay it on the ground, lay baby on top of it, and then button it up. Once I figured this out, I had my baby in nothing else.

Get some sort of swing, stroller + carseat connector (convenient), a wearable baby carrier (nice to help you get things done when baby doesn't want to be put down, and helpful in places like the supermarket), and pack n play

u/aka_____ · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

The Amazon brand of Carter's has some good multi-packs.

I liked this one as it's just simple stripes.

These are ok too as a long sleeve option. I tend to dislike cartoon animals on baby clothes but these aren't terrible since they're more of a pattern than a graphic, if that makes sense.

Edit to add: is excellent as well. All solids and stripes, basically. You can search by color, too. The fabric quality is excellent. They're more than I like to spend, usually, but the quality is worth it. They're having a 40% off sale right now for the holiday.

u/sleepsonrocks · 4 pointsr/breakingmom

My favorite snow boots for young toddlers are the Kamik Snobug boots. For older kid, any 2 piece snowsuit (bibs + jacket) will work. I like to go with name brands because I know the quality is good. For price, Columbia beats most of the others. Add a fleece hat (with ear flaps) and mittens (apparently cosco has a killer set that all my friends love). For the 8 month old, a fleece or waterproof one piece bunting are good for when you're going out on cold days. For daily outings, a general hooded fleece jacket is good, when you don't want to put on a one piece. I'm in Boulder, if you have any more questions let me know!

Edited to add Socks! I love the Smartwool toddler sock. The toddler ones are super undersized, though, so you'll want to size up there.

u/cilucia · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

My LO was born 7lb and 7oz and was drowning in all the 0-3mo clothes we had. We had to buy a bunch more NB sized stuff afterwards and he's still wearing them now at 2.5 weeks old, but half of them are going to be too small in the next week I think.

I really like these (just posted it in another thread)

I like long sleeves with fold over mittens, prefer kimono style (gentler on the umbilical cord stump too) and just the snaps at the crotch for easy diaper changes at night compared to footed pajamas. If you do get footed pjs, I recommend zippers over snaps.

I haven't used any socks yet, because even the 0-3mo size are huge on my LO. They look like knee high baggy socks that just fall off. It's warm where I am, so we only use a light hat when we go out.

u/G0ATLY · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) Since someone already mentioned Xavier.. Daryl Norman Okay enough of The Walking Dead related ones.. Ethaniel Lee

2.) Okay I will be honest I have a theme here and this will only work if the parents have an awesome sense of humor and like The Walking Dead... Kinda NSFW? I find it cute.. D:

3.) Pregnant cupcakes! Well sort of. Have filling that is all pink and one blue for the mother's baby boy. Who ever gets the blue one wins a lil party gift.

u/kjts0411 · 2 pointsr/Parenting

My daughter does the same thing and wears the same size. We buy Gerber 4T onesies and cheap overalls and we just bought a bunch of biketards. All of them can be bought on amazon (links below). This will make changing the diaper more difficult, but at least your kiddo won’t be able to get into the diaper. I also find that the biketard snugness helps my daughter behave better in general.

Onesies: Gerber Baby 4 Pack Onesies, White, 4T

Overalls: The Children's Place Baby Girls Shortalls, Olliewash 5987, 5T

Biketards: Gymnastics Leotards for Girls Mermaid Print Costume for Halloween Blue ,Shiny Mermaid,110(4-5Y)

We also bought some therapy compression shorts and pants, but you should always be sure to check with an Occupational Therapist before using true compression or weighted gear for your child. We bought ours through Kozie:

Good luck! Know that you aren’t alone!

u/veronicas_closet · 1 pointr/December2019bumpers

This is what I think I'll do! I'll get a onesie like this (below) and show my parents and say "Hey look at this cute onesie I found for <sister's name>" I'm hoping it will make them scratch their heads for a minute! Thanks for the great idea :)

u/kittenburrito · 1 pointr/July2018Bumpers

Ahhh, those are too adorable!! Some of the other sets are pretty darn cute, I was really amused by the "aww shucks" one in this set!

u/asstasticbum · 3 pointsr/Sonsofanarchy

$25 - They could cuddle up together with this blanket

$20 - Pink SAMCRO Creeper - Then you could find a pink t-shirt for her maybe?

$18 - Black SAMCRO Cutte Designed Creeper or Toned down black one then get mom Black Reaper Women's Fitted Reaper T or if she does not have that type of figure get a black one that is not fitted.

Not sure if this is a good idea or not but they sell SoA women's and kids swimsuits too so they could be matching at the kiddie pool in the summer or the beach.

Hope that helps. I am guessing though that the little one is too big for the jumper but you see where I am going as I am sure with that idea you can search Amazon, eBay or just Google and find a bigger size or a different blanket perhaps.


u/truestory8 · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I really like the L'ovedbaby brand with my first. They're expensive but really high quality, organic cotton, and super soft. I'm hey come with short sleeves too, as well as a footed variety.

u/daintyladyfingers · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

You can buy/ make some extenders for the onesies, like this

Also I've had good luck with h&m baby clothes fitting over the bulky butt.

u/4thatreasonimout · 1 pointr/January2020bumpers

Guogo Newborn Baby Boys Girls Bodysuit I May Be Little But I'm Going To Be A Big Cousin Bodysuit Onesies Baby Romper (White, 0-6M)

I found this onesie I want to get for my niece who will be 12 mo ! I’ll send it to them right around my 12 week mark to surprise my brother and his wife , then We have a big family outing on July 4th that she could wear it to to surprise everyone then!

u/carolinexbrookes · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps


I've been eyeing them, they're so cute!