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    Well i have officially made my FIRST baby purchase LOL ( other than the doppler) I bought 7 cloth nappyie I got them off Cloth my Bot ( stay at home mum business) I got one newborn simplex cow print that cost $27 and a Rumparoo's one size fits all package deal 3 with snap buttons and 3 with the velcro like disposable ones, that cost $171 and i got free postage, i picked some pretty cool unisex patterns, i will probably try to cloth diaper the while time and have disposables as spare as i hate what the do to LO's bums. Anyone thought about cloth V disposable i think to doth will work out so much cheaper, i will def buy more but i want to trial these ones and find out my likes/dislikes so i know what to get next, and considering being so far from ANY shop having cloth just makes sense as i would need a truck to have enough to last me a month! There are so many cute designs!Charlie Aplix.jpgQuinn Lil Joey.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by stillfuntryin View Post
    Well i have officially made my FIRST baby purchase LOL ( other than the doppler) I bought 7 cloth nappyie I got them off Cloth my Bot ( stay at home mum business) I got one newborn simplex cow print that cost $27 and a Rumparoo's one size fits all package deal 3 with snap buttons and 3 with the velcro like disposable ones, that cost $171 and i got free postage, i picked some pretty cool unisex patterns, i will probably try to cloth diaper the while time and have disposables as spare as i hate what the do to LO's bums. Anyone thought about cloth V disposable i think to doth will work out so much cheaper, i will def buy more but i want to trial these ones and find out my likes/dislikes so i know what to get next, and considering being so far from ANY shop having cloth just makes sense as i would need a truck to have enough to last me a month! There are so many cute designs!Attachment 54963Attachment 54964
    Awesome ! I plan to use cloth diapers to

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    They are awesome cloth nappies. When we thought we might be having one I wanted to use cloth, but I just dont think it will be very easy with twins. That would be 16 nappies a day to begin with, we would have to wash and dry them every day and I just think it will be too much work with the twins, a little shattered but oh well.

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    @stillfuntrying Im doing cloth too, got 6 so far but might be selling as Im sick to death of fighting with DH over the benefits compared to the convienence!!
    I have OSFM in three diff brands (BBH, Cushie Tushies and Itti Bitti's) but wont be starting with cloth til about 3 months once I (hopefully) get the hang of this motherhood thing! I'll be doing part time (disposable during the night and during the day) and cloth while at home. DH banned me from buying more as he thinks its a waste of money... Um disposables will cost $1000 a year EVERY YEAR.
    And cloth are at least half that!

    Can totally understand disposables though, cloth isnt for everyone esp those with multiple bubbas or busy work lives.

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    Yeah i won't be religiously using them, if they aren't dry or i run out i will use disposables i won't make a big drama out of it but i may change my mind once bub is here... who knows! Its a real world of unknowns isn't it LOL I completely understand not using cloth for twins, you wouldn't stop washing nappies!!!!

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    We are going to be using cloth.
    I am looking at just getting the cushie tushies ones. Then of course disposable as back ups.

    Fingers crossed .... I think this migraine might be slowly lifting!!!

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    @kymbo the baby monitor we got is the luvion prestige touch.
    http://www.luvion.com/baby_monitors/...tige_touch_65/
    @Megsarama26 - Im with you…twins = disposable nappies. There is no debate really. i just can't imagine washing 20 nappies a day!

    @bowtiesarecool - fingers crossed your migraine is passing you poor thing!

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    Gah...this nausea and vomiting is drivin me nuts now. Is anyone else still getting sick after the supposed 'you're meant to feel better after 12 weeks' mark? I'm almost 16 weeks now and nausea at least isn't every day but it's definitely every 2nd or 3rd day complete with the most vomiting I've had the whole pregnancy! Last night I'm pretty sure I brought up everything I ate for the day! Sorry for the tmi!

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    Hopeforlife, I havent made the 12 week milestone yet. But in really sad to hear your morning sickness is persisting. This makes me sad/scared... I cant imagine this happening for another 8 weeks (or more). If im never sick again it will be too soon! I hope you feel better soon. Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kymbo82 View Post
    Has anyone looked into baby monitors yet? I know I want sound and video but have no idea where to start. Oricom 710 or 910 are topping the list at the moment
    @Kymbo82 we have the oricom secure 700, got it at the baby expo last year as it was their "top model". Not sure what upgrades the 710 and 910 have but ours works really well with colour video/night vision, audio, plays lulaby's plus the ability to talk to the child through the camera (although this doesnt sound soothing rather creepy actually) and all the other usual features.


 

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