Top products from r/InfertilityBabies

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Top comments that mention products on r/InfertilityBabies:

u/DraegotheLady · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies
  • Lewis and Clark and Me: A Dog's Tale by Laurie Myers

    This first one is definitely not a typical choice! It's the story of the Seaman, the Newfoundland dog that journeyed with explorers Lewis and Clark. We have Newf so I put it on our registry so our bebe can hear a story about a famous Newfoundland like our puppy :)

  • The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

    I got this one for my husband because I thought it was called "The Grumpalo" and I always joke that husband is grumpy. Now that I've read it, though, I like the onomatopoeia style of the writing, I'm not sure I like the message of it!

  • Moana Little Golden Book

    We felt the baby kick for the first time while in the theater watching Moana, plus we both love the Polynesian music and culture in the movie and the message of the story, so Moana has become kind of a thing for us this pregnancy.

  • Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy E. Shaw

    Another gift for my husband, because he loves Jeeps :D

  • McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss

    So I snuck in a Seuss book, but it's not one of the most popular ones. This is my dad's favorite children's book and know he will love reading it to our little one.
u/havalinaaa · 3 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

I'm fortunate to already be a left side sleeper but do tend to roll around in my sleep and wake up in all sorts of positions. My OB said you'll be uncomfortable in positions once they're unsafe. I know being on my back feels weird and I don't like it at 21 weeks.

I have this pillow for in bed -

and this pillow for on the couch/travel -

and super love both. The U shaped pillow is so comfy and I like that I don't have to flip my pillow in the night if I switch sides. My only complaint is that I wake up super hot in the middle of the night but I don't know if it's the pillow or pregnancy hot flashes. The wedge pillow is so perfect for the couch and I like that I have something small enough to travel with now that I feel like I need something under my bump to be comfy at night.

u/marbleavengers · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

My sister recommended these and they are incredible. Way cheaper too than the bravado and other fancy brand name ones but surprisingly great. I've had mine for 7+ months and wash them after every wear, and they've held up beautifully -- I'm actually shocked at the quality. Their sizing is also pretty intuitive and forgiving. I may never go back to regular bras.

u/Meg449 · 2 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

I'm a big fan of the PharMeDoc Total Body Pillow...$50 right now on Amazon

I'm TALL - like 5'9 plus - and it works well for me. I originally started out with one of the regular long rectangle body pillow but pretty quickly realized I needed more support.

Money well spent!!! 💳💰

u/craponacrackr · 3 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Weekend was good -- we are mostly prepped for the big kitchen reno to start on Wednesday! My phone legit died yesterday -- I had to print directions to a super bowl party (still got lost) and MrC worked on it for a few hours but it's dunzo. So another one ordered from Amazon.

Shout-out to whoever recommended these maternity bras on amazon! They arrived in time for me to be in comfort all day yesterday. Hooray! I was a 32DD before pregnancy, the medium works (though I may need to go up to a large by the time I'm done cooking).

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

For our changing table, we use these. My SIL recommended them and they have saved us countless times from having to wash our changing pad. They may not be the cutest things to look at but when your baby decides to pee on the changing table or have a blow out and have poop up their back, you'll be happy to not have to throw the cute, fuzzy changing pad in the washer for the 3rd time this week. ;) (On a funny side note... the very first diaper change at home my husband didn't put one of these down and guess what happened?!?)

We've used these since day 1 and still using them at 4 months.

Edit: throw for through

u/hazelowl · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Yes. It's this one.

It's awesome because it is super adjustable (big issue for me with my smaller ribcage and bigger boobs) and is wider so it actually covers and provides a little support. And the holes are nicer.

u/kat_loves_tea · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Oh girl.. disposable mats for the tops of changing pads are THE BEST. Poopsplosion? Set him down and clean him up, then roll up the whole thing and toss. Total lifesaver. Accidental pee during diaper change? Wipe him down, roll it up and toss! No extra laundry!

u/yo-ovaries · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

I got this pillow:

It's ok. I don't love it. I think it's as dense as a snoogle, but that's only from poking one in a store.

I frequently wake up on my back, while I've been a life long side sleeper. I can't say if the pillow is to blame, but I may have to come up with something else when I'm later on and back sleeping is more important to avoid.

It is pretty great as lumbar support sitting up in bed when folded in half.

I may consider getting a "horse shoe" shaped one if this doesn't work out.

Any pillow can be like wrestling an octopus to go pee in the middle of the night.

u/secondtimeisacharm · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Gotcha! Still, to be confronted with that is tough :(

I don't think you NEED to do anything except for what keeps you sane! You know your lives the best :D You're doing an awesome job, mama.

I have a book that I love - it's called Sleeping Through the Night, and was written my by mentor's mentor. She's one of the best sleep researchers in the biz:

Also - I haven't read this at all, but it looks like it's newer:

u/MsZuko · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

I got this monitor and really like it. Granted, I haven't viewed a baby through it, but the picture is really clear and you can control the camera movement from the hand held base, so if baby moves you can move the lens without needed to walk into the room to adjust.

u/Emeryn · 3 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Sit your baby up before aspirating them once they're old enough to hold up their own head. If we try to aspirate my son while he's laying down, he thrashes, screams, and pulls his head away. If we do it when he's upright, he leans his head towards the bulb syringe and giggles while the snot is sucked out of his head. Plus gravity helps everything run down anyhow.

My son enjoyed tummy time best if I laid him down on top of newspaper or wrapping paper. Then it would crinkle every time he moved. That special tummy time mat with the toys sewn onto it? Nope, not as interesting for him as colorful wrapping paper or newspaper.

Have a special toy for diaper changes. I have a Baby Einstein octopus thing that makes all kinds of sounds that he may ONLY have while being changed. That keeps the toy from being boring and is kind of a treat. He's a lot less wiggly and rolly during changes now with the octopus, instead remaining still. Without it? He's a demon who I have to change on the floor so I can use my legs to pin him down.

He only tolerated the swing about five times total during his infancy. But his bouncer seat? That thing was worth its weight in gold. Once the vibrating function was turned on, it was insta-nap. It was a sad day when he outgrew it.

Avent Collection Cups are a must-have if you're breastfeeding. Put one in your bra on the side you aren't going to nurse on before nursing your baby. Any milk that leaks out is collected instead of going into a pad. I used to average about 2 extra ounces a day using these.

u/rbrvwv · 5 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Yippee!!! Sounds like you and nfgchick79 switched betas or something! Congratulations on joining the twin club!

RevealNothing will tell you to buy this book. I'm gonna preemptively second her recommendation ;-)

u/tosseggscramblesalad · 4 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Yesterday was my pregnant partner and my 8 yr anniversary and we had a great day. We both ended up getting each other books for the baby, go figure from two English teachers. My wife got a book that absolutely slayed me that I wanted to recommend - Wish - I started crying before I got through the first two pages. She got me!!!

Have a good weekend everyone!!

u/Miroet · 6 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Not particularly ivf, but I like the book Wish does a good job of explaining waiting a long time to meet your baby.

u/RevealNothing · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Hi - congratulations! I thought I would pass along this info because I am convinced it made a big difference in my twin pregnancy:

Eat big!

u/OrganizedSprinkles · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Think this is the one I have, it's really easy to get on and off.

Simple Wishes D Lite Hands Free Breastpump Bra, Soft Pink, X-Small to Large

u/ottersaur · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

I'm currently reading this book. It's pretty fascinating some of the things that humans believed about baby making.

u/QThirtytwo · 2 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Manhattan Toy Wimmer-Ferguson Infant Stim-Mobile for Cribs

This does not have sound or move, but we loved it.

u/NBPTS · 5 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

I agree with grabbing something to eat. I'll also add getting this pillow. I'm carrying twins and this has been my best friend since about 11 weeks. I took a trip once without it and missed it so much! My hips were pissed off all day.

u/fuzzywuzzypenguin · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Ugh unexpected car expenses are the wooooorst. I'm so sorry :-( There are 2 other versions of the Snuza that are cheaper. Instead of vibrating after 15 seconds and beeping after 20, there's an $80 version where you can set it to beep after 15, 18, or 20 seconds; and a $67 version that beeps after 15 seconds.

I know it's expensive but the peace of mind it gives is so worth it!

u/JuiceBoxedFox · 3 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

This is the pillow I got before I was pregnant. I liked that it was U shaped because I like to turn from side to side through the night.

u/Sassy_Pants24 · 2 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

This is the monitor we got for our registry and so far, it's pretty neat (obviously not baby tested yet).

Infant Optics DXR-8 Video Baby Monitor with Interchangeable Optical Lens

It has the option to turn off the video but leave the sound, has night vision, and reads the temperature of the room (and other cool features).

We also got the Snuza over the Owlett after much debate. I turn my phone off at night so the Owlett wasn't going to work for us but with the Snuza's audible alarm, I could hear it over the baby monitor.

u/Lady_Noodle · 4 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

An assortment of thoughts and questions for today:

Formula smell question: We use Similac Sensitive Non-GMO. If he doesn't drink it all right away, it develops a foul smell within maybe 15 minutes. Is this true of other formulas? Any recommendations?

Post-partum nausea? Does anyone else get occasional bouts of post-partum nausea? I get it when I swim, e.g. when I do cardiovascular exercise. After about 25 minutes I start to feel sick. It feels very similar to when I was pregnant. Maybe hormonal?

Shout out to this mobile. We put it up last night and I thought my baby might hyperventilate with excitement. It was like Sue getting a surprise.

u/JessieBooBoo · 5 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

I had two that I liked, The Big Book of Birth and Natural Hospital Birth. The first is a more neutral informative book I thought that went into a lot of the detail and options available. The second is geared towards pain management and how to avoid medical interventions but I don't remember it being super judgey either. I do hate the term "natural birth" though.

u/LunaBalloonaCat · 11 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

I really don’t want to dampen your spirits, but I documented things leading up to our first round of IVF and then found it difficult when it didn’t work to hold on to any of those mementos.

Obviously I really hope that it works for you, but I would think ahead so you have a plan of what to do if this round doesn’t pan out as expected.

Our IVF journey was a long one and everyone knows that’s how we conceived so when Philip is old enough to ask we’ll be upfront with him. I also bought him a book before he was born called Wish. It doesn’t deal specifically with IVF, but tells the story of a very longed for child. It makes me cry every time I read it!

Edit: also it might just be my sense of humour, but I can’t wait to tell him he was conceived round the back of a BMW garage when mummy and daddy weren’t even there!

u/grisduck · 6 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Anyone interested in a board book copy of Wish by Matthew Cordell? I ended up with two copies.

u/ktbell · 2 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

For after birth pain the biggest help for me were the ice packs, and sitz baths. I used [this] ( and soaked 2-3 times a day. We called it my butt tea. :)

The sprays & creams helped, but honestly the ice & baths helped more. Also I used depends for the first week or so which helped cushion the sore parts.

u/pattituesday · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Bah. I have this one which takes up a little less than half our queen bed.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Non-mobile: this

^That's ^why ^I'm ^here, ^I ^don't ^judge ^you. ^PM ^/u/xl0 ^if ^I'm ^causing ^any ^trouble.

u/jumpycan · 2 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Maybe you should get a breathing monitor to ease your worry? I have this one that clips to the diaper

I havent properly used it since baby isnt born :) but i tested it and it is loud and beeps if there is no movement (breathing) for 20 seconds. I also took a cpr class to make myself feel more prepared for a possible worst case scenario.

Also, she is so cute. I just want to snuggle her!