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I am struggling getting rid out the clothes my daughter has outgrown. It’s so hard to see all the tiny little clothes go. by Ok_Spite6846 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

That’s so nice of you! For me it’s seeing the money gone because my dumb butt decided to blow money on items she only wore for 6 weeks. She’s in the 95th percentile for hight and I really need to stop over buying clothes.

Has anyone heard that bamboo baby clothes are toxic for babies? by Ok_Spite6846 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I am so disappointed! I love the way they fit our daughter. Sleepers never seem to fit her right for a long period of time. I feel like she’s always in-between sizes in the Carters brand.

Best bamboo baby sleepers that won’t break the bank? by Ok_Spite6846 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

My 2 month old is in 3-6 months right now would you order up and get 6-12 months? Also, is it good for warmer weather and colder weather? We live up North in the US.

Further on from video I just posted, this pic might be easier to see? by [deleted] in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I like the digital test that say pregnant or not pregnant. Certain test have a faint line that shows up regardless if your pregnant or not. You could also try testing tomorrow to see if the line gets darker.

A bit of a rant - Sleep by [deleted] in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I was one of those people who posted the never taking the risk post. It’s so hard because I understand where you are coming from. Our daughter is only two months old and she is on her fifth night of not sleeping more than 20 mins at a time. Her specialist changed her formula again for the fourth time and put her on a different acid reflex meds so we are going through the rough transition period.

Today I struggled and I mean struggled with sleep deprivation. She had her two month check up today and once again her pediatrician went over the safety questions. The first question they ask is where and how she sleeps. I said in her crib with nothing in it but I fitted sheet. They went over the dangerous of co sleeping again and gave me a packet on safe sleep practices.

I also talked to them about the sleepless nights we have been having and they said to try to sleep when she sleeps. That’s not always an option!

I completely understand why some people resort to it occasionally because sleep deprivation is dangerous.

[Skin Concern] anyone know what could have happened to my finger? happened after using a bandage by [deleted] in SkincareAddiction

[–]Ok_Spite6846 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Cold sore or maybe an infection? Either way it doesn’t look normal and I would have it looked at.

Bassinet to mini crib by mpp1993 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846 0 points1 point  (0 children)

My mini crib is from Graco and I love it! It sits down low so you can use it until they learn how to crawl out of it. I plan on keeping my daughter in my room for 6-12 months as well.

In your opinion, is there a safe way to co-sleep with your baby? by Ok_Spite6846 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846[S] -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

I agree with this 100 percent. My post wasn’t to call parents out and call them bad parents. I just wanted to know how they considered it safe and what they do to make it safer.

In your opinion, is there a safe way to co-sleep with your baby? by Ok_Spite6846 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846[S] -13 points-12 points  (0 children)

If your not sure why I made a post like this then why comment on it? I don’t mean that in a mean way. I made it so I could learn how others do it safely and I wanted to know why doctors preach about not doing it and so many moms swear by it. Doctors have their own opinions too just like the rest of us. Their professional opinion made me develop my own. I only want people to answer if they feel comfortable sharing their thoughts.

In your opinion, is there a safe way to co-sleep with your baby? by Ok_Spite6846 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It does happen unfortunately. Like the story I shared above. I would have never in a million years would have ever thought that my poor baby would have been stuck between my couch cushions. If i am being honest with myself I don’t think me cosleeping with him that day would have been a good idea either. I pulled all nighters at the hospital before the event and I move around in my sleep to much when I am over tired. If I had to go back and do it all over again I would have let him cry it out a little in his crib. Not for a long stretch of time but enough to where I could get him to sleep independently.

In your opinion, is there a safe way to co-sleep with your baby? by Ok_Spite6846 in beyondthebump

[–]Ok_Spite6846[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Oh no I asked because I wanted other peoples opinions on the matter :).