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    Yes it's very sad. Stillbirth was one of my biggest fears too. To go through labour knowing your child has died must be agony. On a brighter note I got DHs present today. I'm really pleased!ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1408508192.165253.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1408508203.787816.jpg

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    Anyone used BabyLove nappies? Does it have wetness indicator? Or any other nappy that has wetness indicator ? Apart from Huggies which I am using ( n happy with ).

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    Oh wow H thats fantastic! Where did you get the cup done if you don't mind. I wldnt mind getting one done! Ta

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    No they don't Ann I tried them but he got a rash and kept getting leakage as barriers aren't the same they are really thin see pic
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    so went back to huggies

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    Oops sorry that was the Woolies brand one here is the Babylove same problem though as tried both brands
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    Babylove definitely have a wetness indicator Ann. We haven't tried any other brands except huggies, babylove and aldi (which don't have one).
    My Babylove look different to yours Jay - i only bought mine about 5 weeks ago.

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    Hey nirok, how's your little guy?

    I've only used huggies and haven't had any problems. I'm waiting on my MCNs that I finally ordered. I just got cheapie Green bubs off eBay to see how I go. I'll only use them during the day though. I've heard great things about Aldi nappies.

    Yes ann, Ada's sorry is very sad. I read in one article that there are 6 still births every day in Australia My heart aches for those families. I held my breath at every scan until I saw and heard that little thump. I used to watch my Obs eyes when it was taking a while. We are all so blessed to have our babies.

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    Thanks Ann. I got it through Photobox. It only cost $8 and shipped from the UK but I got it really fast. I only ordered it last Friday. Well, at least I think that's where it shipped from.

    I've only used Huggies so can't comment on the nappies...

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    For our first Father's Day this year, I've got DH these from Stephie:-

    http://www.koorong.com/search/produc...36948104.jhtml
    http://www.koorong.com/search/produc...36948104.jhtml

    He'll be getting a few things from me as well. He's really into sport, so I'm going to give him a framed photo someone in our church took of Shane Warne and Brian Lara playing cricket. I've also ordered him some NSW Waratahs 2014 premiership merchandise (since he supports the Waratahs and they won the Super 15 rugby premiership this year); and also a $20 iTunes gift card so he can download an album he's been wanting.

    Thinking of taking him out for lunch or dinner on the day as well.


    Totally different subject. I managed to get Stephie giggling on video the other day (she hadn't done it again since the first time a couple of weeks ago). It doesn't happen until nearly the end of the video (mostly you hear me cracking up laughing looking at her face).
    http://vid3.photobucket.com/albums/y...psb43ea489.mp4

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    Thank you girls.

    Jay - thx for both pics, I can see the leak guards looks thinner compared to Higgies.

    Did some googling on BabyLove it seems there are wetness indicators but some said their box didnt have nappies with the lines ( similar to Huggies) others said theirs did. Saw a pic of one the line is at the back too? So not sure if its new. Maybe the boxes/ packs are different for the line n plain ones. If its possible n if Nirok and Jay you get a chance cld you please post pic. Ta.

    I haven't used Aldi nappies but my niece did and seems ok at least she didn't complain. The wipes looks nice n thick. I personally use Curash, it feels stronger than Huggies ones when you pull n stretch test it.

    From baby expo samples I have used Snugglers, Snookums and Mater ( this one was a much better quality thicker than the ones they gave in the hospital ??). All good but one sample isn't enough to to judge. Anyone used Dymples nappies ? I read that the wipes are good. Wish more nappies have indicators.

    H - I wldnt mind ordering one too. Ta


 

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