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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    They don't often take wardrobes because they always always have an oversupply. So many people get rid of them because they have build in robes. Same with tv units, they get soooo many because people now mount them on the wall. So they might get 100, 30 of which they can give to needy families, 20 they can sell in a shop, and the rest just goes to landfill. Wasting their time, resources and money. So if they take your wardrobe and can't use it, you've actually cost a charity money rather than helped them out.
    And see, that explanation is perfect and makes so much more sense to me than 'sorry, we don't take ikea stuff.' Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsharvey View Post
    And see, that explanation is perfect and makes so much more sense to me than 'sorry, we don't take ikea stuff.' Thank you!
    LOL I bet the person you spoke to had NFI why they don't take them and just made something up just say I don't know!!

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    Ok why can people not read the age recommendations on toys! My son is 3 weeks old. The toy you bought that says 18m to 3 yrs and the other one that says 3y+ they are not appropriate. What is so hard about buying a rattle or soft toy?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Suprisedmummytobe View Post
    Ok why can people not read the age recommendations on toys! My son is 3 weeks old. The toy you bought that says 18m to 3 yrs and the other one that says 3y+ they are not appropriate. What is so hard about buying a rattle or soft toy?


    Me + Him = Perfection born 05/11/12
    I like getting older stuff because it gives me and ds something to look forward to. 18m will come quickly and you'll be grateful for that toy because all the present giving dries up eventually. Congrats on your new bub.

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    Lol my childless brother bought my daughter a 4+ years toy when she was 5 months old. He didn't even know there were age recommendations for toys :-P

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    My uncle bought DS1 size 5 clothes when he was 1... they still don't fit him now at 4!

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    I told DH not to worry about the messy house last night, that I would do it today. He is due home in an hour and the house is still a bomb site. Ugggh I hate house work :-p

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    Miley, I am sooo over seeing your white, furry tongue.

    Please, put it back in your head, thank you.

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    A real passion killer when hubby and I are in the midst of doing the deed and the baby wakes up and hearing the baby my milk starts to flow soaking the bed!!

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