When Do I…?

I believe it’s critical to get straight to the point. On the off chance that it were me, I would begin to purchase baby products after the 1st trimester is completed. This would be close to the 13 week mark. Now, don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with stacking your carts on favorite on-line stores but do so cautiously as it can pretty expensive. Start with the essentials and circle back if need be. Check out my article for “What to Buy?” for more insight.

The reason I believe this is important is because around this time the danger for unnatural birth cycle diminishes greatly once the 1st trimester is finished. This is likewise an average time that expecting Moms and Dads begin telling friends, family, and co-workers.

Realistically, there is no set schedule about when to begin purchasing. In no way, shape or form do you need to begin purchasing infant things at the end of the 1st trimester but its a good starting to point from one parent to another.

When is too late?

Around the 13 week mark begin requesting or looking for furniture, or larger bulk items as these tend to be back-ordered or need to be shipped from great lengths. Take it from me, the recliner chair we purchased delivery time-frame was 12-16 weeks!

In any event, begin to consider your infant nursery or what you intend to purchase for your little one by 20 weeks into pregnancy, after all, the last thing you want to be doing after 30+ weeks is worrying about what-else needs to be bought. Take it from me, our little one decided to come, unexpectedly, a few days early, thankfully we were prepared!

Additionally, get some child gear by 20 weeks. It’ll allow you sufficient opportunity to design, re-design, possibly re-design again, (speaking from experience), and consider all options for organization, theme, style, and functionality. As I mentioned and cant stress enough, here and there, infants have their own course of events. Your loved one could show up sooner than anticipated, take it from me!

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