Nesting mode kicked in so much quicker this pregnancy than before. I feel like I'm checking things off the list a lot sooner this time around, but part of that could also be because we started out with more--re-using the nursery furniture and already having lots of baby items.
There have been a few things that I've bought lately that we found great deals on!
I periodically check Amazon and Target to see if anything we need for the baby is on sale, and finally our double stroller hit an all-time low price so I snagged that up today! I love the style of this tandem stroller for a toddler & baby. This is the older model, which sells for $100 less than their new "ultralight" version and it has all of the same features but it is 7lbs heavier. Both are light enough for me to lift with one hand so I figure this stroller was a great way to get all the features but at a lower price. AND--today it went on sale $40 off the normal retail which is the lowest I have seen it over the last several months.
|Joovy Caboose Graphite Stand-On Tandem Stroller|
This one was a little switch-a-roo. Instead of purchasing a new nursery crib mattress (the one we love that Ryleigh uses is the Lullaby Earth Healthy Support 2-in-1 Mattress) we bought a much more affordable toddler bed mattress and we will move the current mattress to the nursery. I found this Kolcraft foam toddler mattress (fits a crib/toddler bed) with fantastic reviews and it is 40% off right now. The only negative in the reviews was that the waterproof cover wasn't as soft/comfortable, so I bought these extras which are 50% off right now and will also be good to have on hand for the accidents that are probably in our future because of eventually #pottytraining.
I've made several purchases for my postpartum/nursing wardrobe. I did this last pregnancy too, and I think that (1) It gives you something to look forward to in the midst of newborn craziness, and (2) buying new items that you know are going to accommodate a postpartum body help to avoid being sad that none of your pre-prego clothing fits yet. I've got a lot of cardigans (including three of these thick sweater cardigans that feel like heaven!) so I aimed my focus at good transitional tunics and sleepwear.
|Penguins // Polka Dot // Plaid|
All of these pajama sets were on sale under $15!
|Nursing Sleep Bras|
I'm in love with these sleeveless tunics that I found on Zulily. The prints are gorgeous and can easily be dressed up or down. They are a nice shape that isn't low cut or tummy-hugging and will look great under a cardigan. They are the perfect 4-season shirt that I think I will be continuing to wear long after my postpartum months.
That's all for now! I've got some free time the next two weekends so I'm hoping to make lots of headway on the nursery :)