Huge big bamboo wraps that lasted until he was 10 months old.
Cloth pads for after birth, after doing disposable the first time the post partum cloth pads felt like actual clothes not like wearing a disposable nappy for 6 weeks post birth.
MCNs - have now gone through 2 kids.
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02-04-2012 07:21 #42
Fisher Price My little lamb swing. It's pricey and bulky but I am a sane woman because of it.
I *love* my beautiful glider in the nursery.
I'll go against the grain and say that we've got so little use out of our travel system because DD hates the car and wants to be taken out of the car immediately after it stops. Also, the Wrap Me Ups didn't work for us... But the Miracle Blanket is what got us through the first three months.
02-04-2012 07:22 #43Senior Member
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Subscribing giving me plenty of ideas to look into and add to my wish list. Thanks!
02-04-2012 07:35 #44
There are a lot of things I really like and appreciate, but if I could only have one item for my baby... it'd be that... in reality, they don't need much at all.
You never get these years back and documenting them is so important to me.
02-04-2012 07:54 #45Senior Member
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'merino kids' sleeping bag....cost about $140 but hardly ever use any other sleeping bag unless its super dooper hot, they last, u hardly need to wash it.
angel care sound and movement monitor.....
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02-04-2012 07:58 #46
A mobile.. we would have been lost without it! It was only $40ish and was magic for entertaining DS on his change table when he was little. He still quite likes it from time to time.
02-04-2012 08:10 #47
A good camera...
And tog-rated sleeping bags for cold nights. I bought two in the baby size and two in the toddler size, and they were used right through the 3 winters, they were worth every single cent
02-04-2012 08:52 #48Senior Member
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my video monitors i love them & still use them everynight in both kids rooms
02-04-2012 09:21 #49Senior Member
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My video monitor, OMG I think it made my DS a better sleep as we didn't have to interupt him going to sleep if we could hear him making a fuss!
Valco rocking chair with swing foot rest, could sleep in it if I had to, but came in handy so much, and still using it now to help settle DS who's nearly 14 months.
Wrap me up sleeping suits. Will not bother wrapping #2, will go straight to my wrap my up's this time!!! BEST THING OVER ALL!!
02-04-2012 09:27 #50
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