Aaargh. Much negativity re:BLW. I thought I'd got over it!

Oh, we're done with all that vegetable-steaming and mess, our children are cutlery-wielding, spaghetti-chomping angels... at least some of the time.

Postby TinkerbellesMum » 06 Jan 2008, 13:02

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Postby AB&M » 06 Jan 2008, 13:13

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Postby TinkerbellesMum » 06 Jan 2008, 13:50

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Postby AB&M » 06 Jan 2008, 15:02

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Postby Fairy » 06 Jan 2008, 20:20

Ah! (shamefully) mine were unused - that would explain it!
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Postby TinkerbellesMum » 06 Jan 2008, 20:44

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Postby puffylovett » 06 Jan 2008, 21:11

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Postby Eli » 07 Jan 2008, 13:13

There is a site, www.usednappies.co.uk specifically for the purpose so you can use that to avoid problems with ebay, i think you can even import your ebay ratings if you want. Is quite good, I sold some of my Bamboozles on there as Munchkin is too tall for them now and we're now using flats and intend using them from the start when/if we have another
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Postby Morlyte » 07 Jan 2008, 13:37

I've bought and sold a few items on there too, its very good. :) Also, some of the nappy shops have classified sections now too, I've seen them just cant remember which ones! :/
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Postby TinkerbellesMum » 07 Jan 2008, 16:09

After a letter from Pampers today about pull ups, I'm thinking I may look into buying some real nappy pull ups. I always saw them as being about potty training, but Pampers say it helps with the independance stage - which would be good cause she's a pain to try and change!
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