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princessliana wrote: i've spent loads of money following the trends which have been a few in the short space of a year and most didn't work for us but I have had fun trying them all out
megansmummy wrote:The circle of nappies
ETA i might do a newborn stash piccie at some point as long as people promise not to laugh at it!!
Miss_Purple wrote:the only thing that really winds me up about the trends is that it can mean you buy nappies at a high price to try them, then sell them a few months later and lose a load on them. Something like BG have a fairly consistent resale value as people always want those. I have bought some gorgeous wool and custom nappies and am very happy with them, but part of the decision to buy them was because I thought I'd be able to sell them on for at least 50% of the original cost, therefore to me they work out not much different in price iyswim, when I find that a nappy I thought was worth £20 is only worth £10 that's a bit annoying, but as I've said before - you can't put a price on the fun element ;-)