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    i am using DD1's mattress for DD2 at the moment. i have always had mattress protectors on it and stored it inside in a clean mattress wrapper between uses.

    as for dummies and teats i believe they should be replaced for each baby definently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evelyn84 View Post
    Actually I was wondering why do have to have a new mattress for a new bub. Should I throw away the dummies?

    P.s I don't really have finance issues (at least not yet). I'm just the type that tries to make uses of things where ever possible.

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    Dummies i would definately ditch (if you read the back of a Happy Baby dummy pack they have great rules for checking & replacing dummies for one child.

    Mattresses & SIDS risk i believe is a bacteria risk from them wetting the bed so i will buy nex water proof covers (3 one for the bed, one in the wash & one spare) and possibly sheets

    I'm also replacing bottle teats and pram(switching to a double), carseat(DD still uses hers and a capsule will come in handy) and high chair(again DD still using and i'd like a more functional -lie back use earlier one)


 

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