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18-08-2012 17:16 #31
18-08-2012 17:36 #32
Re: Are breathing monitors eg. angelcare unecessary/paranoid/useless?
I havent got the angelcare, i have a video monitor which i love! But i think you should definitely get it if it will make you feel at ease. Its not overkill. People love to give their opinions to new mums-to-be but sometimes dont realise how rude they sound. Its your baby & your decision
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