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Do You Like Green Eggs and Ham? (Dr. Seuss Nursery&hellip by Dr Seuss
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not the full story, 30 July 2012
This is a very shortened version of the rhyme so if you're expecting the full version and think this will be a nice format to gets young babies inetersted in be warned. The product description is not clear that it's not the full thing.
The egg is almost impossible to squeek but my kids (age 1 and 3) both love spinning it.
I love the board book format as my kids can't rip the pages but overall, I was disappointed with this one.
Baby-led Weaning: Helping Your Baby to Love Good F&hellip by Gill Rapley
589 of 599 people found the following review helpful
This book offers a refreshing alternative to traditional weaning in "stages" with purees then lumps etc. Especially now the official advice is not to wean before 6 months, it is possible to introduce your baby to a range of solids from the start with all the associated benefits.
However, the book is very critical of other approaches and in my opinion tries to oversell the idea. Many traditionally weaned babies are not force fed spoonfuls of pureed vegetables and are offered plenty of finger foods. It also oversells the practicalities of your baby eating the same meals as the rest of the family. Avoiding too much salt means mostly cooking from scratch and so freshly cooking 2-3 meals a… Read more
Clearblue Fertility Monitor by Clearblue
5 of 14 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Unreliable, 11 Jan 2010
I bought and used this monitor when trying for my first baby. I was happy with the unit and it was helpful to see your increase in fertility prior to ovulation. This is simply not possible with simple ovulation tests or temperatue monitoring. However, it is expensive and the advice about not mixing up packs of test sticks makes it even more expensive. If you have a fairly regular cycle, you can probaby time things just as well without the unit once you have established what your cycle is which can be done with temperature testing, or ovulation tests.
My unit is under two years old and we are about to start trying for our second child. The unit was only used for a few months first time… Read more

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