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post #1 of 24
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So me and steve have been talking once we get the final word...about registerying at target and walmart and such for baby stuff..

would it be out of line to register for..cleaner? LOL..i know that sounds horrible. but..I really love the line of Method the more and more i read about it...cleaner, washing stuff, and hadn soap and lotion! Would it be bad manners to register for it?
post #2 of 24
I say go for it!
post #3 of 24
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i guess the way i see it too is that way there is something for everyone....boy i sure wish i could afford some of this baby stuff i have foubnd myself looking at HA! but i wouldnt pay..2000 smackers for a baby bed no way
post #4 of 24
I wouldn't pay 2000 for *MY* bed...
post #5 of 24
I think you should register for whatever you want! I mean I wouldn't register for anything too extreem, but register for what you like!

BTW: the only 'bad' thing I've ever seen regarding registries wasn't on the list, it was the list itself, e-mailed to me from a couple where one of them had been a good friend of mine till a few months before then. The registry served as a 'hey by the way, we're having a baby' announcement. Which I interpreted as 'Hey by the way, we're having a baby, now buy us stuff.' Your registry item is nothing like that! So go for it!
post #6 of 24
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heh i wouldnt pay that for my bed either. Oh no we dont plan on putting any HUGE items on there..or tvs or anything, LOL.

My mom is smitten with the idea of possibly being a grandma..infact i think she pretty much said..if i am NOT..that by christmas I better BE lol
post #7 of 24
Go for it!
Target is good for baby stuff-- Babies R Us has better prices though!
post #8 of 24
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
heh i wouldnt pay that for my bed either. Oh no we dont plan on putting any HUGE items on there..or tvs or anything, LOL.

My mom is smitten with the idea of possibly being a grandma..infact i think she pretty much said..if i am NOT..that by christmas I better BE lol
Just tell her you'll try your hardest!
post #9 of 24
I say register for whatever is going to help make your life easier and what you need.
post #10 of 24
Register for what you want! And even chose the bed and stroller you want. If it is too much $, either a couple Grandma's will go together and get it, or a bunch of girlfriends. Wow, it seems like a long time to wait to know for sure....it must seem even longer to you and Steve!
post #11 of 24
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Originally Posted by MoochNNoodles
Just tell her you'll try your hardest!

LMAO

and than there is my dad the marine..
"I WANT TO BE A GRANDPA NOW"

"but dad we arent married yet?"

"Your getting married..so who cares"

LMAo

post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
Register for what you want! And even chose the bed and stroller you want. If it is too much $, either a couple Grandma's will go together and get it, or a bunch of girlfriends. Wow, it seems like a long time to wait to know for sure....it must seem even longer to you and Steve!

tehehe..yeah tell me about it!

i think the only "big ticket" item i want is the Baby Bjourn carrier...teheh..of course i answer for them too tehehe
post #13 of 24
No way, I think it's a great idea! You want your house to be clean and chemical-free for you baby, so you DO need it. One of the best gifts I got for...either my birthday or Christmas last year, was a basket full of cleaning products because one of my friends knew how much I was stressing over keeping the house clean safely for Cupid.
post #14 of 24
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ok glad its not weird. lol i am going to pick some up from target anyways but i thought it would be something to add on there. so i would make sure to have something for everyone..

knowing my mom..i will get a large basket full of three or four of each one lol
post #15 of 24
Okay no laughing...
Cleaner is fine great idea actually since many wouldnt think of it

I always buy the "fur babies " something when a new baby comes ... Am I the only one??
post #16 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
So me and steve have been talking once we get the final word...about registerying at target and walmart and such for baby stuff..

would it be out of line to register for..cleaner? LOL..i know that sounds horrible. but..I really love the line of Method the more and more i read about it...cleaner, washing stuff, and hadn soap and lotion! Would it be bad manners to register for it?
I think it's fine, especially since they are very affordable items. I agree with you, I looove Method! I use the "green" laundry stuff, and I can't get enough of the smell. People ask about it all the time, and so many people I know have converted!
post #17 of 24
Cleaning products is a great idea! Over here there are actually gift packs available year round.
As for baby stuff, check out a few baby websites before you go shopping. They have some really good must have & waste of money lists.
Best value is a changing table/baby bath at height compatible with you so you don't havae to bend down. But don't go spending up just yet, gotta get past the magic 12 week mark first. Better to wait till you're 5/6 months pregnant IMO.
You can buy some great stuff off the internet auction sites too!
post #18 of 24
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not plannong on buying up just yet, lol but i am a compulsive planner..LOL
post #19 of 24
am I missing something? I am very confused
post #20 of 24
Hehe me too Dan!
post #21 of 24
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lol..sorry guys. Me and Steve may be expecting a baby of the two legged kind. we go to the doctor tommrow to find out for sure but i am planning ahead heheh
post #22 of 24
Would you be having a bridal shower??? I know usually at the showers I've attended the bride gets a cleaning package. I'm highly practical so I would have put that on my list too!!
post #23 of 24
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yes i will be but not until next year soemtime as we planned on getting married in May
post #24 of 24
Sure, you avoid putting the big-ticket items on your list, but cleaning stuff -- why not, if it's something you'd like to receive? The fact that it's on your list doesn't mean anybody has to choose it as their gift, if it's not what they want to give.
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