What I bought with Fiverr money!


#1

Hey guys! I’m finally back after not having internet for almost a week (had to use my cell phone for EVERYTHING and Japan only has 3G here!) and then being in the hospital because the stubborn baby won’t turn (and still won’t!). I forced my husband to put together the beginnings of the baby nursery that was paid for with a month’s worth of Fiverr earnings and this is what we got:



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A carseat attaches to that stroller too, but that’s in our car now. I also bought a bunch of other baby things like his bedding and bottles and diapers, but these are the biggest things that I got just from Fiverr. I am forever grateful guys! :slight_smile:


#2

YAYAYAYAYA!!! lol, I just paid off a credit card! Your stuff is more fun :slight_smile:


#3

Thanks guys!



I paid off my credit card too… but then I stuck it under my desk so I never use it again xD


#4

Beautiful crib! I always love seeing what people have acquired. Thanks for the share.


#5

Very nice. Baby things are so expensive, it’s ridiculous!!!



Oh a side note, I know how you feel about baby not turning. I was in and out of hospital for the last two weeks of my pregnancy (two weeks overdue by this point) for various reasons partially due to a little madam refusing to turn. Ended up being induced and she still caused problems because she got stuck haha! good luck!!! Get scrubbing those kitchen floors and on an exercise ball - apparently they’re meant to help :wink:


#6

That is amazing!!


#7

Thanks everyone!


aingham69 said: Oh a side note, I know how you feel about baby not turning. I was in and out of hospital for the last two weeks of my pregnancy (two weeks overdue by this point) for various reasons partially due to a little madam refusing to turn. Ended up being induced and she still caused problems because she got stuck haha! good luck!!! Get scrubbing those kitchen floors and on an exercise ball - apparently they're meant to help


I have SPD so I can't bend over to do baby-turning exercises, which devastates me because I went from hiking in the desert with my husband to doing yoga and pilates for pregnancy, and now I can't move without my husband literally ROLLING me places. I have to take Tylenol (I'm really against taking anything Western) just to get rid of the pain from my bones and joints rubbing and popping against each other. My husband convinced me that after my failed version (which was SO painful!) we should just accept the C section before I hurt myself even more. <.<

#8

That’s amazing


#9

I just paid for hosting, domains and buy some gigs to promote my websites, videos and Facebook Fanpage. Next withdraw I will buy something interesting like you!


#10
mrspanda said:
I have SPD so I can't bend over to do baby-turning exercises, which devastates me because I went from hiking in the desert with my husband to doing yoga and pilates for pregnancy, and now I can't move without my husband literally ROLLING me places. I have to take Tylenol (I'm really against taking anything Western) just to get rid of the pain from my bones and joints rubbing and popping against each other. My husband convinced me that after my failed version (which was SO painful!) we should just accept the C section before I hurt myself even more.


I'm sorry to hear that. I know a few mums at the antenatal group I was had who had the same problem and really struggled. Do the best thing for you and baby; I had a c-section and hated it but it was the best thing for me and my little girl and eight months on, you wouldn't know the difference. She's got the best immune system I've ever seen in a little one (got her second cold ever today, when babies are meant to get 10 per year) and is such a happy wee thing.

Good luck! I'm praying that everything goes perfectly for all.