FFP or swap

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FFP or swap

Postby ceem » 02 Mar 2013, 16:24

Ive got about 20 (need to count them properly) tots bots bamboozles to give away. about 5 wraps included aswell but i didnt get on with the wraps that much. nappies are 9pounds weight plus and wraps are 20pounds weight plus but i used them on lower weights

they are FFP or will swap if youve got anything good baby related to swap, wouldnt mind more wraps or nappies in various sizes

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Re: FFP or swap

Postby Jelly Belly » 02 Mar 2013, 16:35

Could I put my hand up for the nappies if no one offers you a good swap? Mine have done three bottoms so far and are terribly threadbare so I could do with some more reliable ones for the stash...
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Re: FFP or swap

Postby peasmummy » 02 Mar 2013, 18:05

Ooh could I put my hand up for 3 bamboozles and a wrap please? But only if you don't get a good swap offer instead. I've decided to switch to cloth but still finding my feet and figuring out what would suit DS.
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