Weighing baby

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Wherethereshope Thu 12-Nov-20 05:21:10

I'm only 12 weeks pregnant, but wondering how you are (or how you are advised) to weigh baby with there not being many clinics open

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Harrysmummy246 Thu 12-Nov-20 10:54:52

Might be worth messaging mumsnet HQ as this has landed in the sleep section.

But you're 6months away from giving birth, a lot can change with Covid etc in that time. This isn't something to worry about at the moment.

Wherethereshope Thu 12-Nov-20 21:31:38

Thanks.. I'm not worried, just interested. I used to find it a chore going to baby clinics so like the idea of having my own scales, just wondered what is recommended

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Anoisagusaris Thu 12-Nov-20 21:33:11

At home, using a digital scales - Weigh yourself, and then weigh yourself holding the baby!

GoldPaperStars Thu 12-Nov-20 21:33:48

We had issues with weight gain so bought our own scales on eBay. Brand new and less than £20 if I remember correctly.

Wherethereshope Fri 13-Nov-20 22:11:44

@Anoisagusaris just the usual ones we'd weigh ourselves on? That sounds good

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