Grobags!! I am using them for the third time around and they look almost new still, so much easier than worrying about blankets.
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02-04-2012 09:34 #51Senior Member
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- Western QLD
02-04-2012 09:44 #52
Love to dream wrap/ bags - he can suck his little fists through them but is still snug and not woken by the startle.
Baby Bjorn - borrowed but will buy with next one - felt so liberated first time I used it
02-04-2012 09:47 #53Member
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- Dec 2011
02-04-2012 10:09 #54
I can't remember what the brand is, (it may have been tomy) but it's a yellow musical star that has a teddy bear revolving projector. It's the best thing I bought for my now step daughter and needless to say we are going to be using it for our son aswell.. it apparently was my DW's life saver when it came to sleep time
02-04-2012 10:23 #55Senior Member
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- Jun 2010
- Sunshine North
My wraps - I could have gotten by with just one or two but they are so pretty, they were used every day for 13-14 months, and still used several times a week when DS is grumpy, snuggly, sick, or if I need to get stuff done, or to go shopping.
Video monitor - I love that we can see if he is playing or crying out, or if he needs blankets etc without going in and maybe disturbing him
Baby sign language - not really something to buy, but hands down (pun intended) the absolute best thing we ever did. I may have just been lucky with DS but he has never (yet) had a big crying fit/tantrum as he's been able to communicate what he wants (milk, water, food etc)
02-04-2012 12:17 #56
I want an iBaby next time, for those who are reading this and thinking about things to buy.
It's a video monitor that is gorgeous and works through an app on your iPhone, iPad, Computer etc... You can check in on bubs when you're in another country even, or just out to dinner. Very handy. I have a cheap version that I rigged together myself, but the iBaby is so much more aesthetically appealing and easy to use.
02-04-2012 23:50 #57
Oh and my travel cot! Super easy to put in the car and bub can nap/sleep anywhere. Especially because we travel a fair bit.
03-04-2012 04:56 #58
Love the iBaby idea!!
03-04-2012 05:26 #59
The Woombie. They looked like a good concept & I risked it & bought 2 before my dd was born. I knew my ds liked wrapping, but I got sick of rewrapping him multiple times a night and I looked around for other options to use with my dd. My dd is now 6 months old & still in a Woombie (not in the newborn size anymore of course!) and I credit it for helping her sleep so well from very early on.
03-04-2012 06:15 #60Senior Member
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- Jan 2006
I have 3:
Maxi Cosi Capsule (dont know how I lived without it with the first two kids)
Fisher Price cradle swing...lasted us through 4 kids to date
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