Something I learnt

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by CharlieP, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. CharlieP

    CharlieP Mum to Charlie

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    Hi All

    I just wanted to post and let you know something that I have learnt...

    We stocked up on nappies to try and space out costs for when LO was here -so we bought a packet each time we did our supermarket shop and my MIL did the same. We got a variety of brands and sizes.

    But we have found that our LO has outgrown his new born / new baby size ones before we have run out and he doesn't get on with tesco/sainsbury own brands and only Pampers or Huggies will do!

    So my advice is to perhaps put money away each week to build a nappy fund rather than actually buying nappies because you don't know what size you will need, for how long, or what brands will do the trick ...I took £42 back of sainsbury nappies back to Sainsbury's today to exchange - they accepted them but it was a faff!!

    HTH

    x
     
  2. Kelz22

    Kelz22 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks hun,think thats what Il start doing form now on actually.xxx
     
  3. babybaillie

    babybaillie Well-Known Member

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    yeah ive said that a few times. they grow so quick in the early days
     
  4. sweetlullaby

    sweetlullaby Well-Known Member

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    Ohhh thanks for that!! I stocked up a bit on pampers and huggies sizes ones and a few packets of size two's but used vouchers for them so suppose wouldnt be too bad...but will not buy anymore just in case! lol xx
     
  5. Squidge

    Squidge Mummy & WTT <3

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    That's exactly what we've done. Thanks for the info though, very useful :hugs:
     

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