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    Water wipes here. The ingredients in some wipes are just crazy.

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    Im a huggies devotee for wipes & nappies - luckily they worked great for all my kids.

    Ive tried other brands over the years but always straight back to huggies.

    Instead of stocking up though why not buy a gift card for like $20 with your groceries each week and store in a little box - that can be the nappy & wipes fund once bubs is here.

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    @RmumR that is such a good idea!!!!

    Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JplusR View Post
    @RmumR that is such a good idea!!!!

    Thanks for the suggestion.
    No problem i did it with my 2nd & 3rd bub it was a great help.

    This year im doing it as a xmas food fund to make food shopping in dec/jan that bit easier after spending up on the kids for xmas

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    I would never thought of that so thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    Water wipes here. The ingredients in some wipes are just crazy.
    i have done DIY wipes for a friend before- her bubba reacted to everything she tried, poor thing.

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    Water wipes. Wouldn't use anything else. I made my own DIY wipes for awhile but in the end I needed something convenient.

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    What are water wipes lol ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JplusR View Post
    What are water wipes lol ?
    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1444798502.789765.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1444798542.849643.jpg

    This is them.

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    I just buy the coles comfy bots ones, but none of my kiddos have ever had sensitive skin, if they did I'd just use washers or something. A few months ago my little guy was getting piles of teeth and had a rash on his face because of it and I didn't want to put any chemicals on his face, but I didn't want to deal with washing washers and stuff, so I'd just get my wipes and run a bunch of them under the tap to wash any of the chemicals off them before I wiped his face with them.

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