I guess I go against the grain as a user of J&J. I love the milk bath one and the purple one as well. Neither of my kids had the slightest irritation from any of the products nor nappy rash. Granted some kids have sensitive skin but mine didn't.
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12-11-2014 08:53 #81
12-11-2014 09:01 #82
Ugh huggies nappies! I was given a box in the newborn size and only used one packet. They leaked for most wees and they grew too small for my bub quick as they were too narrow. I used newborn sized nappies in a different brand for a couple weeks after he outgrew huggies
ETA ended up donating them to charity as none of my girlfriends wanted the huggies
12-11-2014 09:10 #83
It is personal choice. I'm a huge huggies fan. Used with all 4 kids. Never had so much as a leak. Tried so many other types and hated them all.
12-11-2014 09:15 #84
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12-11-2014 09:32 #85
Baby wipes ive found the coles brand (green pack) the best. Ive also been using comfy bots nappies and I really like them
12-11-2014 09:37 #86
I know some people really like them, but I personally really disliked Huggies wipes.
They are great for cleaning though
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12-11-2014 11:18 #87
We love our change table too!
Saves my back and gives DS another perspective on the world. He loves being on it and has tummy time on it happily.
The baby bath is all I've known so I like it.
For us, the misses were:
Definitely '0000' clothes for us. He was in them for 2 weeks. I could have gotten away with just a couple of onesies. I bought a couple but was given a dozen most never been worn.
J&J products of any kind.
bassinet sheet sets - we don't use 2/3 of what comes in the set.
Didn't have too many misses as we got stacks of advice before bub arrived.
12-11-2014 12:44 #88Senior Member
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Another anti J&J here - I used it and was given it to take home from the hospital with DD (so thought it must be okay!) but it really irritated her skin.
The Baby Bjorn was a waste of money too - we both hated it.
I like my AVENT manual pump though and used it with all three kids.
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12-11-2014 13:07 #89Senior Member
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Yeah I'm another who hated the Bjorn! So glad I got an ergo second time around
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12-11-2014 13:14 #90
I have had a baby bjorn (with the extra back support), an ergo, another one similar to the ergo (Manduca??), snug a bug, 2 slings and another one I can't remember the name of.
Hated them all except the baby bjorn.
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