ISO...swim nappies and woven wrap

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ISO...swim nappies and woven wrap

Postby ceem » 29 Jan 2013, 21:20

Any selling / giving away either of the above, needed asap.

Swim nappies i need one for a 18 pound boy (age 12 months) and one for a 28 pound girl. (age 3 years)

Woven wraps im not really sure on but ive borrowed a nice on off my friend and am looking for a similar one, am trying to find out the brand of it, sorry for being a bit vague!

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Re: ISO...swim nappies and woven wrap

Postby peasmummy » 30 Jan 2013, 01:03

Not sure if a Moby counts as a woven (can you tell I'm new to baby wearing?!) but I still haven't got young to putting mine on eBay. Pm me if you're interested.
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Re: ISO...swim nappies and woven wrap

Postby ToothFairy » 30 Jan 2013, 07:31

peasmummy wrote:Not sure if a Moby counts as a woven (can you tell I'm new to baby wearing?!) but I still haven't got young to putting mine on eBay. Pm me if you're interested.


A Moby's a stretchy, not a woven. Fab for tiny babies but not supportive enough past about six months.
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Re: ISO...swim nappies and woven wrap

Postby peasmummy » 30 Jan 2013, 09:18

ToothFairy wrote:
peasmummy wrote:Not sure if a Moby counts as a woven (can you tell I'm new to baby wearing?!) but I still haven't got young to putting mine on eBay. Pm me if you're interested.


A Moby's a stretchy, not a woven. Fab for tiny babies but not supportive enough past about six months.



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Re: ISO...swim nappies and woven wrap

Postby Rosie_t_Riveter » 30 Jan 2013, 11:38

Can I hijack and say I'm on the lookout for a moby for some enabling? So if PM wants to PM me ( :D ) we could do a deal!
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