Excluding the baby seat and clothing, I have bought everything for under $80 which includes food/bottle warmer, portacot, cot linen, flor mats, blankets for floor time, play gyms, toys, highchair, bowls/plates/cutlery, rocker, bibs, face washers, change mat, change mat liners, nappies, wipes, gloves, cream (the mum was asked what they use so I bought some in case she forgets or runs out through the day, I really only supply the wipes and gloves), hand sanitiser, paper towel, spray bottle of cleaner for change area, little cushions for sitting up time, and other little bits and pieces. Some new, like bibs, bowls, washers and cutlery, everything else was second hand.
Obviously I don't need clothes, baby bath, or pram, and the carseat is not used, and a lovely Hubber sent a Jolly Jumper
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