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Crayola Beginnings Washable Finger Paints
Crayola Beginnings Washable Finger Paints

3.0 out of 5 stars colours are a little weak, 24 Nov 2012
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this paint is more of a gel and dries to a pale version of the colour. However, it does take a long time to dry, especially if it's put on thickly. Comes off fingers and clothes easily which is more important.


Cream Glass Worktop Saver - Large
Cream Glass Worktop Saver - Large
Offered by Cutting Edge Cookware
Price: £16.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars perfect for my needs and large enough, 24 Nov 2012
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This is large enough to cover the worn parts of my worktop and looks pleasing to the eye without drawing too much attention. It was difficult to find a large enough size without loud designs and I'm pleased with my purchase.


Mum2Mum 18M - 3Y Sleeved Wonder Bib Multipack in Navy/Orange
Mum2Mum 18M - 3Y Sleeved Wonder Bib Multipack in Navy/Orange
Offered by The Baby Store
Price: £17.50

3.0 out of 5 stars not as good as previous bibs, 24 Nov 2012
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I bought these to replace the smaller sized ones, and bought various colours. however, the waterproof fabric on the arms has a different coating to the other bibs I have and makes the arms more rigid and crackly. It doesn't affect their use but I find them less aesthetically pleasing and am wondering why they used different fabric on two colourways.


Mum2Mum 18M - 3Y Sleeved Wonder Bib Multipack in Teal/Lime
Mum2Mum 18M - 3Y Sleeved Wonder Bib Multipack in Teal/Lime
Offered by Mum, Dad and Baby
Price: £15.49

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars good but some stains hard to get out, 24 Nov 2012
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I bought these bibs to replace the smaller sized ones we had. I still think they are great; the main part of the bib is soft to touch, especially if tumble dried, and waterproof enough for all but the wettest of mealtimes. however, on the lighter colours some foods stain quite badly and I find it difficult to remove the stains despite soaking and using stain removers.


Vital Baby Small Freezer Pots (Pack of 8)
Vital Baby Small Freezer Pots (Pack of 8)

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars does the job, 20 Aug 2011
these are great for freezing small portions and it is very easy to extract the frozen food by pushing on the soft bottom. easy to clean too. perfect for freezing small portions of food for babies especially when you don't have much space in the freezer as they are stackable. a great alternative to ice cube trays.


Mum2Mum Long Sleeve Baby Bib Smock 6/18mths Green
Mum2Mum Long Sleeve Baby Bib Smock 6/18mths Green
Offered by Mum, Dad and Baby
Price: £7.95

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars nice colours, 20 Aug 2011
these bibs are great colours. i got one for my 6 month old who is a messy eater as he's being weaned on finger foods so gets his sleeves in everything. the front of the bib is very soft and protects his clothes. my main gripe is that there is only one popper to fasten the bib round the neck which means it's not adjustable, and as my son is on the smaller side it does not fit snuggly enough around his next to prevent food going down his top.


Baby and Toddler Essentials: A Complete Guide to What You Need, and What you Don't (Which? Essential Guides): A Complete Guide to What You Need, and What to Avoid
Baby and Toddler Essentials: A Complete Guide to What You Need, and What you Don't (Which? Essential Guides): A Complete Guide to What You Need, and What to Avoid
by Anne Smith
Edition: Paperback

3.0 out of 5 stars good starting point, 20 Aug 2011
this book provides a good starting point for thinking about what you may need for your new baby. it gives suggestions and pros/cons of different items. it makes a good present for someone expecting their first baby.


Music for Dreaming
Music for Dreaming

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars peaceful and soothing, 20 Aug 2011
This review is from: Music for Dreaming (Audio CD)
i first heard this music at baby massage classes and decided to buy it to use for massage at home. i have ended up playing it to help my baby sleep at nap time and at night. when he hears the music he knows it's time to calm down and i love the music too - it helps me calm down. my only quibble is that, as it's an import, it's rather expensive and i only hope that it doesn't get damaged with being played so much as i would have to replace it.


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