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    My best friend is interstate so I have no idea what to purchase.

    She said not to buy anything? Would u respect those wishes? :/ I think she feels because I have 2 X children I can't 'afford or can' do gifts... I hope that makes sense?

    I will be making my mum buy so it's not expensive in post.

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    What about milestone cards from etsy and get them delivered to her?

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    That's a good idea.

    Our tastes are a little bit different kind of.

    She bought my capsule, baby bag and few things before I left as she's in bit of a financial dip before she got preg.

    I was thinking of buying her a humidifier lmao something practical 😂😝 a pram liner and maybe a gold bracelet? I'm the Aunty. We have been best friends for 23 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    That's a good idea.

    Our tastes are a little bit different kind of.

    She bought my capsule, baby bag and few things before I left as she's in bit of a financial dip before she got preg.

    I was thinking of buying her a humidifier lmao something practical 😂😝 a pram liner and maybe a gold bracelet? I'm the Aunty. We have been best friends for 23 years.
    Those are very generous gifts. If you can get her a humidifier that would be a great gift as a lot of parents wouldn't think to get one and it's a great thing to have on hand.

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    You could get a voucher for hand and feet sculptures?
    Other things that I didn't think to buy at the time but I got later and are handy/nice to have:
    gro egg for room temperature
    milestone blocks (I got the all 4 Ella ones online about $35)
    a bouncer chair (my work gave me one and I still use it every day DD is 9 months now)
    Baby monitor
    Nappy stacker
    Sangenic nappy bin
    Infrared thermometer
    Nose Frida
    Wrap carrier

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    Try sending her flowers. I'm sure she'll love it. Everyone loves flowers.


 

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