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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlygirl View Post
    Dribble bibs and pads for carriers so teething bubs don't ruin them. They are expensive if you buy the brand name ones, however I found some on etsy which were cheaper, better looking and very well made. Dolls or toys that are handmade I am also a fan of (I prefer these over store bought plastic toys).
    Thank you. That's something I wouldn't have thought of.

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    I love handmade so I would be interested in all. Although I don't know what a bapron is?

    If you were doing piddle pads, maybe you could upscale the design and think about the cloth that goes width ways across a bed for bed wetters? Like a mattress protector, but only for the one area of mattress that matters, if it makes sense? I know they have a proper name, and I think it's a girls name- but it's eluding me at the moment?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    I love handmade so I would be interested in all. Although I don't know what a bapron is?

    If you were doing piddle pads, maybe you could upscale the design and think about the cloth that goes width ways across a bed for bed wetters? Like a mattress protector, but only for the one area of mattress that matters, if it makes sense? I know they have a proper name, and I think it's a girls name- but it's eluding me at the moment?!
    You mean like a Brolly sheet? This is a Bapron

    The Bapron.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    You mean like a Brolly sheet? This is a Bapron

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    I would definitely buy a bapron!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC14 View Post
    I would definitely buy a bapron!
    Me too! DS is so messy!

    I really need a car seat protector for DDs seat (toilet training), I didn't even know you could buy them! Every time she falls asleep in the car I start to panic lol!

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    Yes to the bed brolly!! I've been looking and they are hard to find for a reasonable price considering you'd need a few

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    Some great suggestions, thanks. Another question about fabric choice. Do you prefer children's prints or more general prints like chevron, spots, stripes, geometrics etc

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    I like more general. I got for a lot of the new florals that are around, chevrons, spots etc. I'll see if I have any pics of stuff I have for DD if that helps?

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    Change mat covers, mobiles, clothes, sheets,

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    I don't go in for children's prints


 

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