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Hi, my girlfriend and I are gonna have our first baby in December and si we are starting to prepare by buying some things. We were thinking of buying a breast pump, does anyone know where we can buy one such that is not super expensive?

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And by the way, a question to all parents:

What are the most important things according to you, to have when getting a baby? Specially if there are things that are not super obvious but can facilitate the whole experience of having a baby in Thailand

Thanks for all advice

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Patience, patience, patience


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The breast pump is not that usefull. My wife stoped using it after 2-3 days. 

 

Good washable diaper with bamboo sheet are a must. 

https://s.lazada.co.th/s.Z9Xue

https://s.lazada.co.th/s.Z9W5n

 

If you use a breast pump then a sterilizator is also a must: https://s.lazada.co.th/s.Z9Xum

 

I also buy a lot of baby wipe: https://s.lazada.co.th/s.Z91fi

 

Light bulb without blue light to prevent disturbing sleep hormone (melatonin): 

https://www.amazon.com/Blocking-Melatonin-Production-Healthy-Replacement/dp/B07VQM3VC5

 

Baby powder, Vaseline and some plastic sheet to change the kid. 

 

Everything in plastic should be BPA free. 

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Also an electric hammock is pretty usefull. I call it the sleeping machine. 

https://s.lazada.co.th/s.Z9eI0

 

He also has a shaking baby chair that is usefull when he don't want to sleep. 

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Fill your trolley at I S Baby Shop.

 

They have good quality western stuff (at the standard high prices) then cheap Chinese copies around the corner in another aisle. An invaluable shop when mine was younger.

 

edit: It now appears to be called Chiang Mai Baby Shop. Not sure if it is still as good as it was.

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5 hours ago, sunnyboy2018 said:

Leave that kinda stuff to her. Women's work. No concern for a man.

Ok Mr. 19th-century! 

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Congratulations. Sincere wishes that your child is born healthy. The most important thing for me was sufficient "bonding" time with my son. A good air purifier would be a solid investment.

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December? Air Purifiers, Masks etc.

For the baby just keep it indoors for mid-January till mid-May with Air Purifier.

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Nappies & plenty of them.  For our first born, me & the wife decided on eco friendly traditional cotton nappies & lots of them, or so we thought.  On the first night home from the hospital, we couldn't believe how quickly he went through them!  Don't know if it was a reaction to the formula the hospital used, or a reaction to his mother's milk, but it was one liquid squirt after another, all night long!  Be prepared 😉

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45 minutes ago, Samuel Smith said:

Nappies & plenty of them.  For our first born, me & the wife decided on eco friendly traditional cotton nappies & lots of them, or so we thought.  On the first night home from the hospital, we couldn't believe how quickly he went through them!  Don't know if it was a reaction to the formula the hospital used, or a reaction to his mother's milk, but it was one liquid squirt after another, all night long!  Be prepared 😉

So what kind of eco nappies did you get in Thailand and from where? I want to try to go as eco as I can and would be nice with some suggestions.

Cheers

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