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    I love my change table!

    I'd buy more newborn socks... don't know where they seem to go!?

    I wouldn't waste my money on dressy outfits... I prefer all in one suits in the early days, & not the el-cheapo jumpsuits... they never sit right for me, I much prefer Bonds.

    More laundry soaker & less bibs... I have millions of bibs

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    Errr now im just more clucky than i was before!!

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    I dont want to buy lots of clothes that end up only wear 1-2 times before it was too small especially not to buy size 0000 just buy start from 000

    Buy lots of socks

    I wud buy quality bip that last longer even after many wash

    I dont want buy expensive preggie cloth anymore

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    If I have another baby I'd buy a new pram, new car and mattress for the porter cot ad clothes. No change table or basinette or cot though and no highchair, I'd buy one of those seat thingys.

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    As a first time mum in August-this is a great thread, thanks ladies for saving me some much needed money and time ; )

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    Love this thread - and amazing to see just how different everyone is!

    I am a first timer, but I've actually come to the realisation I can't listen to anyone's advice and just have to trust instinct.

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    I'd buy a capsule, probably one compatible with my pram. Like others, I've woken her so many times getting her out.

    I wouldn't worry about a cot until she/he could sleep through, and I'd buy one of those arms reach co-sleeper things because we co-sleep a fair bit atm.

    I'd buy a swing.

    I wouldn't buy so many blankets or clothes. And I wouldn't worry about a nappy disposal system either.

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    I'll buy only comfy all in ones instead of 2 piece sets. A capsule/pram combo thing forget the brand name. I won't buy an expensive musical potty (that never got used) instead I will just get the insert you put on the normal toilet which was cheap and used a lot. I won't buy an expensive cot but maybe a cheap basinette for daytime sleeps as I will most likely co sleep there for an expensive cot would go to waste.

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    definitely would NOT buy a change table cover...

    what was i thinking!?!

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    I want the travel system for the car/pram. It would be so much easier!

    I'd love to say less clothes, but I just can't help myself! DD is in basics most of the time but I do love cute outfits on her sometimes!!

    I used/use pretty much everything we got. DD loves her change table, always makes her smile for some reason!


 

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