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    20 x $1 hand towels from Ikea. Great for mopping up spew from refluxy babies. Perfect size for throwing over the shoulder for burping.

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    We're pretty happy with our Fisher Price Rainforest Healthy Care Highchair too!

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    My Strider plus pram - love love love it

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    Oh yeah, the big square cloth nappies came in handy so much, with a colic/reflux bub!!

    Oh and our Ikea highchair $30 with tray, very plain and basic, but SOOOOO easy to clean and the legs just clip of quickly so we can take it with us if required! Took it on holidays and was great!

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    Thanks so much for all of the great tips!!!

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    Ergo ... Hands down!!

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    baby sling&ergo. dd hated the pusher!
    cloth nappies and nursing pads.

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    Airwrap cot bumper- safe and great for stopping limbs getting stuck in cot rails, as well as stopping dummies from falling out of cot!
    Glow in the dark dummies- easier to find for parents in the early days, then bub can find them when older.

    Burp cloths- big softies brand- used for everything!
    Mobile over changeable- helped bub who hated being changed.
    iPod/dock with baby playlist. Helps drown out older siblings noise so I'm not constantly telling them to shoosh.
    Cloth nappies and little squirt for cleaning them.
    HUGE wraps by little bamboo
    Bright starts walk around activity table- used from 4 months for a reflux bub who loved to, and needed to. Stand up a lot.

    Gosh there's so many things I found to be sanity savers..., probably equal to the amount of things I found useless haha

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    Just subscribing!!

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    Fisher price jumperoo!!!! Worth every cent!


 

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