I'd say no. You just need to find something that you are comfortable sitting in and feeding the baby. I already had an IKEA Poang chair and at first I found it awkward to breastfeed in because it meant that I had to lean back - breastfeeding for me was much easier sitting on a dining chair or even the couch with loads of pillows behind to prop me up! Once I got the hang of breastfeeding I could do it anywhere and any midnight feeds were done lying down in my bed with the baby alongside me...much easier when you are half asleep.
Is a Glider or Rocker a Nursery Necessity? Nesting a Nursery
|3/12/12 6:38 PM|
One item I am super glad we have is a change table! It's just one from IKEA but it makes changing so much easier for us and much better on your back. I traveled to the UK for 3 weeks to stay with family and had to use a bed as our change table...my back ached each time I changed her and I had to see a chiropractor!
What Are Your Nursery Must-Haves? Nesting a Nursery
|3/1/12 4:26 PM|
Love the deck. Perfect!
Chad's Guest House & Reinvented Garage
|2/23/12 3:56 AM|
I would do white walls...it will make it look fresh. Have you seen the bathroom from "How I met your mother"....similar colours to that:
Color Suggestions with Existing Tile?
|11/28/11 8:19 PM|
NOT A SHAG PILE! I have 2 cats and used to have a shag pile - I got rid of it because of all the dust and fur that gets trapped and is hard to clean even with a good vacuum cleaner. I would say a flatwoven wool rug would be ideal for cats!
Rug Ideas & Cat Clawing Prevention Tips? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy San Francisco
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