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Old 01-03-2013, 11:32 AM   #31
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Re: Nesting BUG!!

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I have no idea, she is a gal from our DDC The baby is named Cora.
lol, sorry quoted wrong person


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Old 01-03-2013, 04:25 PM   #32
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Re: Nesting BUG!!

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HELP! I have MORE than the nesting bug! I have nesting FEVER! After I repainted DS's nursery, I went to assemble his new big boy bed. That somehow got me thinking about all of the chemicals in kid's furniture. I sold all of his furniture and splurged on a "green" bedroom set. YIKES! Especially b/c I SHOULD be using that money to buy this LO a dresser as well as other things she still needs....not giving DS a new bedroom set lol! Somebody stop me!
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Old 01-03-2013, 05:16 PM   #33
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Re: Nesting BUG!!

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Does delegating to DH count as nesting? I have had that poor man running like crazy! We've gotten a ton of organizing done, though....nothing exactly ready for baby, but the house is in great shape! I need to start baby stuff ASAP. 10 weeks left and I don't have diapers or a car seat!
YES!! Delegating to hubby certainly counts as nesting! At least I am counting it and also roping my children into doing some of the cleaning! Let's face it, they are closer to the ground, so it is much easier for them to reach the lower cabinets in the kitchen to be cleaned!

I have been doing my *fair* share of personal nesting, but much of what *needs* to be done is stuff that I can't do! I desperately want my bathroom painted, hallway painted and DD's room painted... don't really foresee all of that happening but I want it done!
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Old 01-03-2013, 11:32 PM   #34
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Nesting on bedrest sucks! I tried to get around it by sitting in an office chair wheeling around scrubbing walls but started contracting. Poor hubby has been scrubbing his butt off to keep me happy!
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