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Geordie_Girl wrote:I'd sometimes rather just hop him on my back and off we go. The only real plus the buggy has is the carrying space, and the fact that he can eat in it and mess up only himself, rather than me too .
Annette wrote:"but I wouldn't get clothes to fit"
dawnsmummy wrote:Annette wrote:"but I wouldn't get clothes to fit"
I can actually agree with that one though. Because Dawn's bigger than average, the clothes that fit her are made for kids who've PT'd so I can only JUST manage to squish a sposie bum in there, never mind a cloth one I'm starting to stock up on fleece to make loads of flongies
gayleygoo wrote:"What do you do with the poo?" (Oh gosh I hadn't thought about that....)
"I don't think my washing machine would cope" (erm, maybe time to get a new one then??)
"Ooh you're doing your bit for the environment! I recycle though" (it's not a case of having to pick and choose!)
"I'm more of a traditional mum, I use pampers"
"Oh that's great! I thought you looked like a bit of a hippy when you walked in" (said by a mum at BFing group, Molly was in a mei-tai...why yes thank you, I've been perfecting the look since I learned how to skin up )