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    I simply can not WAIT to climb into bed tonight. Have finally put the winter sheets on going to be sooo snuggly in there tonight!

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    We need to get more winter sheets. Come to think of it, I don't think we have any left. I vaguely remember some becoming threadbare last year and being donated to the shed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michellek View Post
    I simply can not WAIT to climb into bed tonight. Have finally put the winter sheets on going to be sooo snuggly in there tonight!

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    You know what Ive never used winter sheets:what: where does one buy winter sheets. Are they those thick flannel ones? I have no idea sounds warm and I like warm

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    Might I add, what a beautiful day Wednesday will be for our catch up:thumbup:
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    Im assuming winter sheets is what us ozzies call flannelette sheets?

    Eta- I hate them. All sticky to your pjs and argh! Haha. I'd rather have 14 doonas. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turk EnJayDee View Post
    Im assuming winter sheets is what us ozzies call flannelette sheets?

    Eta- I hate them. All sticky to your pjs and argh! Haha. I'd rather have 14 doonas. Lol

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    Yeah that's what winter sheets are. My Nana always calls them winter sheets and the smooth cotton ones are summer sheets. That's what I have always known them as. I assumed everyone else did too.

    And I'm Aussie too


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    I'm with Turk - no PJ's sheets for me - give me the blankets!!

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    Yeah another one here not a huge fan of flannel sheets (although I do have them for the kids but that was in Melbourne and it was FREEZING).

    My CHN told me they can ball up and if you're prone to asthma or any respiratory problems they can increase problems - so if you have them better off not using pillow cases (if you have any respiratory issues). I noticed it with the kids when they were babies and they had flannel sheets in their cots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Yeah another one here not a huge fan of flannel sheets (although I do have them for the kids but that was in Melbourne and it was FREEZING).

    My CHN told me they can ball up and if you're prone to asthma or any respiratory problems they can increase problems - so if you have them better off not using pillow cases (if you have any respiratory issues). I noticed it with the kids when they were babies and they had flannel sheets in their cots.
    I didnt know this... shall keep an eye on it. They dont have asthma or any resp issues that I know of. But dd did have mega sinus/hayfever issues before she had her tonsils and adenoids out.

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    I have a question for the NOR ladies, anyone know of a good remedial massage around? I used to have one that I travelled to who was amazing but she is in Freo which wasn't such a big deal before child but now with DS it's not feasible.

    So, any recommendations?


 

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