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    Default What was the best thing you ever bought for baby?

    No matter what it is, what do you NOT regret buying or feel you got the most use out of, so you feel was worth every cent? And how much was it?
    Myself, best thing I ever bought was Fisher Price Soothing Motions Glider. Cost $180 brand new. I used it for both my kids, to sleep in at night for 8 months each (from birth til 8 months, it was their bed)

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    The magic bouncer! It was just a bright stars one that vibrated, played music and it was brilliant to have!

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    Ergo Ergo Ergo!!

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    My Ergo for sure! Cost me $130 when I was pregnant with DS2 I used it for both my boys and sold it for $100 (!!) then bought a new different colored one for DD, cost me $170 (? There abouts).

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    My Beco Gemini carrier, excellent carrier and doesn't hurt my back at all, I love it!

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    A capsule that went in to the pram, we had a snap n go for DS that came as part of a Package with cot,pram etc, then we got the maxi cosi mico for DD which cost us $350

    Huge super stretchy wraps, that I actually found in a cheapy store for $4 each, they are the size of a cot sheet and absolutely awesome
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    I second the stretchy wraps

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    My Ergo!!!!

    Love to dream wrap me ups

    Her bouncer

    Sophie.

    Though the last two were presents.

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    Itzbeen timer to be honest it was a gift, but $35-40. Best thing ever for a sleep deprived breast feeder

    Oi Oi nappy bag. I want to buy a new one for this bub (arriving in a fortnight) but am yet to find one I love as much. About $130 from memory.

    Fisher Price Aquarium Cradle Swing. $175 and saved our sanity many a time. Also enabled us to eat dinner.

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    Hug-a-bub for early on and now my ergo!!! (DP and I were just having a conversation about this while DS sat in the ergo happy as while I vacuumed the house)

    Also capsule for the car no waking baby up to come inside. Also fitted into our pram which was also great!


 

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