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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnab739 View Post
    However I have a question, why does everyone above not use j&j stuff?

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    We don't use j&j because its full of chemicals & nasties. Apparently there is a class action against them in the US at the moment?

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    I would have loved one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    We don't use j&j because its full of chemicals & nasties. Apparently there is a class action against them in the US at the moment?
    :O didnt know that!! Ok scrap the J&J stuff then....
    I will get some goats milk soap
    and the little polar fleece blankie I might change for a cotton wrap
    I will stick with the Bonjella, I got some for DDs baby shower and it was so glad I had it, I wont ming if she ends up throwing it out

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    Default Nappy cake?

    Hi I have made a couple and try to add gifts that are good quality products, it usually costs a lil bit more so I just brought less 'stuff.' eg
    I love the weleda calendula nappy cream, soap and massage oil. I hate buying it for myself as its a bit expensive, but I'd love to receive some in a gift so I put that in.
    Also, if you know the sex of the baby, I'd buy the infant size nappies rather than newborn. That way if their bubba is big, or if they receives tonnes of newborn nappies, they don't go to waste.

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    Yes, i would love that. But i did with my other kids wish people wld somehow ask what product i wld be using before spending on things i will bin or give away. I think if u want to get clothes or nappies get one ize larger than newborn that wy you k ow it will be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnab739 View Post
    I think they are cute but have never received one so don't know how useful they would be.

    However I have a question, why does everyone above not use j&j stuff?

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    I breakout in a radh from it, no ways it gets near my kids. I loved the baby cologne on my curtains...think i got that from some one.

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    Default Nappy cake?

    I did buy infant nappies :-) I got way too may at my baby shower hahaa
    Thanks for all your suggestions :-) I will pass on J&J :-)
    I still don't know if I will attempt it hahaha I am such a sook!

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    I wouldn't use the bonjela or anything by J&J's. I think you are best to stick to more natural products.

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    Default Nappy cake?

    I have been given & made a few nappy cakes. I think they're a great idea! I've always used bigger sized nappies (no newborn). I've found things like, baby cottonbuds, mesh feeder, thermometer, baby panadol, just to name a few things, have always come in handy.you could always add a nice shower gel & a box of choccies for mum to be as well ImageUploadedByBub Hub1344987214.608349.jpg

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    Default Nappy cake?

    This actually has a baby bath turned upside down as the base


 

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