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to decorate the nursery?
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replied February 28th, 2008
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whenever you want.....i think its best to do it little by little for the whole 9 monthes....that way you always have SOMETHING to do....i didnt actualy get to set up vals nursery until after she was born (because we didnt have a room for her) and i still dont get to decorate it because of stupid military housing rules
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I was around 7 or 8 months when we got the nursery ready.
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whenever you want. we moved when i was 34 weeks, so i obviously had to wait. we had all the stuff though, so if we hadn't been moving i would have set it up much sooner.

then i would go in every day and swoon and look around.

then i wanted to cry when i went in when i was overdue. i was a tad emotional and i felt like i would never have a baby to occupy the cute nursery.
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i say its best to wait after the sex has been determined , unless you go for unisex colors.
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replied February 28th, 2008
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well reese never had a nursery since we only had a one bedroom place for the first year.. but i would have started around 6 months just incase you have the baby early, and i would be impatient!
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Whenever you want to. I think I started sometime in the last trimester but I had been picking up small things here and there once I made it past the first trimester.
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whenever you want, but having it up too soon will make you crazy waiting for the baby.
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replied February 29th, 2008
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i didn't really do anything to williams room. once we moved into the flat (when william was a week old and still sleeping in our room), his godfather painted his room for us. it took a while, probably four months because he had uni aswell. the furniture was already in there. but by the time william was ready to sleep in his room, it was done
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We moved when I was 8 months pregnant so I didn't get to start Kaylee's room until then. & even then we were living in a one bedroom apartment so I could only decorate half of the room as the nursery. It worked though & looked adorable.
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Idony wrote:
whenever you want.....i think its best to do it little by little for the whole 9 monthes....that way you always have SOMETHING to do....i didnt actualy get to set up vals nursery until after she was born (because we didnt have a room for her) and i still dont get to decorate it because of stupid military housing rules

well i have some ideas in my head of what i want but i didnt want to look silly doing it too early. yea military rules suck my cousin went through that
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BridgetHeartsFinn wrote:
whenever you want. we moved when i was 34 weeks, so i obviously had to wait. we had all the stuff though, so if we hadn't been moving i would have set it up much sooner.

then i would go in every day and swoon and look around.

then i wanted to cry when i went in when i was overdue. i was a tad emotional and i felt like i would never have a baby to occupy the cute nursery.

so i guess if i at least started to collect stuff i wont look silly
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Emma2 wrote:
i say its best to wait after the sex has been determined , unless you go for unisex colors.
well i found out the sex in december long past that stage
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jessesgirl wrote:
whenever you want, but having it up too soon will make you crazy waiting for the baby.

i was wondering if that would happen lol
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we have a 4 bedroom house of course one is a guest room and one is ours we have one for the computer and one for Gabrielle
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ok i see nothing here that would not make u start or look weird..do as you please it is your house, your child and your choice.
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