My angel care monitor. Since my littlies have been in their own rooms I have been able to sleep knowing that it will wake me if anything happens to them.
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01-04-2012 20:06 #21
01-04-2012 20:16 #22
Another was the houdini stop that stopped DD from escaping from her pram at unfortunate moments, like while crossing a busy road.
And my fold up bath tub, so handy us because we don't have a bath tub.
01-04-2012 20:30 #23
honestly our most used baby item has been used at least once a week for 7 years. It is a blue formula dispenser that was used for DD1. I think it was fisher price, I cant remember. It has a removable insert so when dd1 was done wiith it we took it camping for tea, coffee, sugar.. or took the insert out and used it to store leftovers in the fridge, etc. Now DD2 is here, it has had a good clean and looks as new as the day I bought it (almost). cost about $8. worth every cent.
01-04-2012 20:37 #24
My modern cloth nappies. Got heaps of use out of them and plan to get heaps more!
01-04-2012 20:47 #25
Does before birth count lol. Then def my angel sound heartbeat monitor. Always used and just gives me piece of mind every now and then
after birth def also the fisher price swing.
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01-04-2012 21:39 #27
Fisher price swing.
Dunstan baby language.
01-04-2012 21:42 #28
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01-04-2012 22:36 #30
It was a gift, but a digital Thermometer. They are such an essential item when you're stressed and worried about a sick child and need to take their temp.
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