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    Spent $1500 on a car and still driving it around 4 years later with no problems.

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    This! Got it for $20 at the op shop. It was originally a mustardy yellow colour. I painted it and it's been our tv stand ever since. Was amazing when DS was little he couldn't grab the tv etc, and all the DVDs are in the drawers which are rather heavy so he doesn't pull them out!

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    $150 on a fisher price swing, saved my sanity when DD was a newborn, only place she'd sleep!!!!

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    $20 on a Houdini Stop that goes on DS's car seat straps and stops him getting his arms out, got a second one for the stroller.

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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    Just a fun fluff thread.
    Something you bought that was inexpensive that was the best money you ever spent. Something you can't live without or don't know how you lived without.
    Mine is ( and won't be anything new to those of you who aren't first time mums!) $34 spent on a little lightweight bouncer i can pull into the bathroom so that I can have a shower without 12w old DD screaming the house down.
    It's so luxurious to be able to have a shower that lasts longer than 5 seconds!
    Agree on the bouncer did it with all 3 of mine

    And it was a hand me down from my sister so did 5 kids in total until it had to go in bin I was a little sad

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    I'm going to say the dummies I bought dd3 she won't take one but spends ages playing with it so probably spent $20 all up

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    My breastfeeding pillow! Best $60 ever spent!

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    Thermos funtainer water bottles. Unbreakable, dont leak, easy to clean and keeps drinks cold. Finally settled on these after trying so many other plastic bottles which would leak. Now my family and friends buy them too.



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    We've got one of those trikes and it's onto the third child who loves it. Now if only he could work out how to go forwards!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abibelsmum View Post
    We've got one of those trikes and it's onto the third child who loves it. Now if only he could work out how to go forwards!
    Awww that's so cute!!


 

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