Shoes for babies
Skin products for newborns eg j&j
Anything special contraption for making baby food
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03-12-2014 06:28 #111
03-12-2014 07:21 #112
Yep, huge padded high chairs, total waste of money and SO hard to clean and take up way too much space!
Jolly jumper - barely used
J&J products, they're not good
03-12-2014 09:10 #113Senior Member
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03-12-2014 11:12 #114
08-12-2014 13:33 #115Member
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bugaboo, phil and teds, avent bottles, johnson and johnson products, any walkers, bumbos, peapods (mcn's), itti bitti tutto (for very very small/petite kids), tempanic thermometers, bath chairs.
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07-04-2015 17:10 #116
Loving all these recommendations and opinions.
I hated every type of wipe apart from Curash pink ones. All either ripped or reacted with the skin.
Hated my bassinet as a first time mum I hated the fact I couldn't see her
07-04-2015 17:23 #117
Singlets - never used (we live in QLD though)
Baby bath - I have hopped in the bath with DS from newborn to toddler
Baby products that aren't natural (Johnson and Johnson are full of chemicals)
Baby shoes - they don't walk and are expensive (super cute though!)
10-04-2015 04:39 #118
I always wanted to come bag and add to this thread lol.
*Nappy bag-I just use a nappy purse in my regular bag and chuck a set of spare clothes in a plastic bag.
*Bouncer-DD hates it!
*Huggies nappies-DD peed through the sides!
*Any wipes other than Aldi's-the ones I've tried are either too soapy (J&J), too fibrous (Huggies) or just aren't thick enough (curash).
*Baby bath-we just use the sink plus she's grown out of the baby bath anyway (not even 4 months but she's small so for a bigger baby lucky to last 3 months!).
10-04-2015 06:20 #119Senior Member
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I love my change table (also use the shelves under for storage) and the nappy bin
Also love our baby bath... but mainly I think cause we got a mesh holder thing that baby lies on that clips on the side which securely holds her dries and cleans easily
Agree that only onesies are needed in size 0000 and also only singlets that clip at the bottom
As the onesies probably have feet... no need for tiny sized socks
Our most unnecessary purchase (and probably most expensive) is the motion sensor video system. Couldn't use it the first 6 months as she was in a bassinet on wheels next to our bed (wheeling it out for day naps meant we couldn't connect the cables) and now she's in her cot... the sensors go off all the time cause she's wiggled her way to the side and off the sensor pads and we definitely hear her when she makes a noise anyway :-) might be good if you have a big place
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