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    bear2 is offline Registered User
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    Avent Steam Sterilizer

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    Sterilizer - Avent - We had both models. Both worked according to time specified.
    Hi spockey,

    I'm also considering getting an Avent steriliizer, since you have both models (I believe it's the new one Avent Iq24 & the old model), can you please advise which model is better? Thanks!

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    joannek is offline Registered User
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    cribs - jacadi (with wheels)
    bottles - dr.brown
    sterilisers - avent (but if you'll only offer breastmilk, no need to stelise, if you plan to mix feed, yes)
    breast pump - before you can get the hang of a handpump - medela electric (need to rent), then avent ISIS (the best invention)
    monitors - angelcare
    cream - weleda
    bath - weleda or lavera
    wipes -newborn:pigeon cotton pads with water; 6mths+ :johnson
    car seat - always maxi cosi - light & safe & comfy
    stroller - graco
    nursing pillow - my brest friend
    nipple cream - lansinoh (my saviour)
    nursing pads - avent plastic or pigeon disposable
    best shop to buy it all - bumps to babe & eugene
    carrier - mayo wrap
    breastfeeding support - LLL
    mothering support - geobaby!!!!

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    aussiegal is offline Registered User
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    Pram- bugaboo chameleon but it's good to have a collapsible stroller too. McLaren are good.

    Cot - Boori. The quality is so great.

    Wipes- used wipes initially but bubs got nappy rash a couple of times so we switched to using tissues and sorbolene. Best decision ever. He never had nappy rash again and we save a fortune :) Wipes are convenient but if you're having a bad day and need to change lots of pooey nappies they're not great. The sorbolene is soft and doesn't damage the skin at all.

    Grobags are a must.

    Everybody has covered the rest.

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    mintycat is offline Registered User
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    Aussiegal ~ what is sorbolene?

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