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    Baby towels. Honestly adult towels are fine....better actually. When has anybody ever said "hey crap I have too much towel". Never. Also Avent bottles. They were fine when we bought them then they changed to bpa free and we had a choice between the ones with the extra ring insert (which is a load of you know what about being colic reducing, Avent stuffed up and made a billion bottles where the screw top was too short to prevent leaking so they added an adaptor ring to band aid the problem and marketed it as a good thing to hide their mistake) or the all in one, which is the same aa their old bottles (aka they fixed their stuff up) but made it "extra durable" (its not) and twice as expensive. Unfortunately I'm stuck as they are the only bottles he will take.

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    Subscribing. But baby towels with the hoods are sooo cute!

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    Baby Bjorn, i wish i would have used that money to buy an ergo instead.

    clothes that are designed for kids, like jeans, overalls, vests, tops with collars etc, etc. the only thing newbies need are onesies.

    bottles, i over bought and ended up breastfeeding.

    soft toys, babies really don't care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrAins View Post
    Change table. I never used it at all and it just became a junk collector. To change hubs I would use the foam mat on the floor or use the bed
    I could not live without a change table on the other hand as it hurts my back to change on a floor or bed, plus you have everything you need close at hand. Best essential purchase IMO


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    Quote Originally Posted by nerdgirl99 View Post
    Our sling. DD hated it. I wish I had have gotten a decent carrier straight away and skipped the sling.
    I bought a sling & ergo with DS. Had neither with Dd. He and I loved the sling but weren't so keen on ergo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Subscribing. But baby towels with the hoods are sooo cute!
    But sooooooo useless!! They are way to small by the time bub is a few months old!!
    Go adult towels!!

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    Nothing I regret buying!

    I used many things mentioned here - cot, basinet, sling, ergo (well didn't use that much as hurt my back), bouncer, swing, Change table, angel care monitor (monitor & sling & ergo were all for second bub and used all & wondered how I went without), bottles, pump, steriliser, dummies, nappy wrapper etc


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleven Eleven View Post
    But sooooooo useless!! They are way to small by the time bub is a few months old!!
    Go adult towels!!
    My kids still use these at age nearly 5 & 3! They haven't out grown. I'll use them for baby. I didn't buy any myself, I knew mum would get them the nice big towels with their names embroidered on them but got the others as gifts.


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    The only thing I regret buying was a breast pump as I was unable to breastfeeding and now it's just sitting in the box in the cupboard - an expensive waste of space

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    Why don't you sell it sammy?

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