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    Thanks Nikki, Target has the Childcare one on sale for $39 at the moment so i might get that instead as it has a 5 point harness and comes with a cover whereas the Ikea one doesn't. They look very similar anyway. We need to go to Ikea this weekend so i will get one or the other

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    my new fav thing ..Taylah esp cant keep socks on her little foot these are great

    http://www.sockons.co.uk/

    i got mine at Baby Bunting for $9.95

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    Thanks Em, what a great idea

    After some recs for the following:

    - Thermometer
    - Rear mirror to put on back seat of car

    Thanks lovlies

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    Hi Lissy,

    I have the Fisher Price Max View Baby Mirror. It's great. Nice wide mirror. Easy to get into the right angle to see bubs.


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    I have the same mirror Love IT ...and Bridget loves it too ..if you angle it the right way you can see them and they can see you and them self

    I actually put mine long ways not the way its meant to be

    Thermonitor ...dont have one dont need one

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    thanks girls, thats the one i saw and DH said, no thats too big and i didn't agree. so i will be buying this anyway haha

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    Hi gals I'm looking for recommendations on a good 4 wheel pram with a reversable handle.

    I don't like the ones where you take out the basinette and turn it the other way.

    Thank you

    Tntbub

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    My DH said who ever showed me that "poshtots" site is now banned from showing me anything else!
    Lol

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    TNT bub - we had a strider pram which has the bassinet which comes out and faces the other way.. i do love it!

    However - I have seen some Peg perego prams - I think it's the Uno, which has a reversible handle, and also becomes more seated when bubs are older, along with a tray for drinks and toys. Looks pretty good. A girl in my mother's group had an Emmaljunga and loved that one.

    hth

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    approximately what time do I need or should buy some breast pads? Im worried about leaking at some stage. Do I wait for it to happen and then go buy? Do they have an expirey date>??

    TNTbub.


 

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