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    We use our baby bath for DS who is 22 months. We only have a shower and he hates it...

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    I use our change table, love the bouncer and swing lol! It's so hard to know what you will use and like. I recommend the wrap me ups instead of muslin, so much easier!!

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    An expensive change table! The cheep$70 material folding one I bought was a bajillion times better

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolz83 View Post
    By the way - is putting babies bottles in the dishwasher as effective as a steriliser? My dishwasher gets so bloomin hot and steamy that I figure that will be effective!
    Nar u can't put the teats in the dishwasher. Makes them go all deformed.

    I use my change table all the time.

    I never used the sling or baby bjorn. I'm to small and they didn't sit properly and hurt. (baby LOVED them!)

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    I always have put my bottle teats in the dishwasher? Just in the top rack , like tt said just don't put them in with food! I have a quick wash option on my miele, so I do a separate wash every night

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    I put teats in the dishwasher and they're fine. I use the TT Closer to nature ones.

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    True, well I don't even own a dishwasher. I was just going off the pack of this Nuk one I just brought.

    I think those tommee tippee ones can stand everything!! That's what I use.

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    My monitors - my child has some great projection and I could hear him cry a million miles away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squishie View Post
    I recommend the wrap me ups instead of muslin, so much easier!!
    Agreed. I regret buying a white one though. DS sucks his hand to sleep and now it's yellow. Gross!

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    Only really the nappy bin thing, it's stupid and the refills for it cost too much.
    Someone gave me the thing to put in the trolley, and I think I may have used it once, with DS, and haven't used it at all with DD.
    I'm another one who uses the change table, but I don't have time for swings and vibrating seats.
    What I regret is not buying more stuff second hand. The amount of almost new stuff that you can get on ebay is amazing. They're only little for such a short time, and not (all that) messy, so load of stuff is just like new when you're finished with it.


 

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