Mamas and Papas Nuvola Changing Unit with Bath reduced to £47.69 instore/online at Argos
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Mamas and Papas Nuvola Changing Unit with Bath reduced to £47.69 instore/online at Argos

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Found 31st Mar 2009Made hot 1st Apr 2009
Was already a decent price, but they've just reduced this Mamas and Papas Nuvola Changing Unit with Bath further.

Winner of Pregnancy, Baby and You Editor's Choice award October 2006.

Allows you to change and bathe baby without bending.

Padded changing top with deep sides.

Bath has moulded base to support baby, and drain tube.

Includes toiletries tray and storage baskets.

Castors for easy movement.

Weight 11.1kg.

Self assembly: 1 person recommended.

Suitable from birth to approximately 12 months.

Adult supervision required at all times.

22 Comments

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Thats a not a cd.

Hot.

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Adam2050;4789618

Thats a not a cd.Hot.



:-D:-D:p

Adam2050;4789618

Thats a not a cd.Hot.



lol

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Very hot price! Just need another baby now!

changing baby on the couch right now, or my other half is. whats the big deal? not sure why you'd need something like this, like nappy bins just another bit of clutter imo

is no one else going to say it....

ok then i will...

Milf

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gforce85;4802060

is no one else going to say it....ok then i will...Milf



OFGS:roll:

gforce85;4802060

is no one else going to say it....ok then i will...Milf



lol.. agree :-D

dirge;4802028

changing baby on the couch right now, or my other half is. whats the big … changing baby on the couch right now, or my other half is. whats the big deal? not sure why you'd need something like this, like nappy bins just another bit of clutter imo



I agree, i put a mat on a low chest of drawers, or we use the sofa or the floor, mainly the floor to be honest. plus, now i have had three littlies i can change a nappy on my lap, whilst talking on the phone and watching the Little Mermaid.
not a bad price, but its just another thing to sell to parents who are bamboozled by the vast array of baby crap out there.

Oh no I really like this and want to buy it but still not sure whether it's too early to buy any baby items just yet ;-)

This item is great if you have only one baby. However if you have a baby and a 2 year old toddler, then this item is no good, as the toddler keeps taking items of the shelves and throwing them about, I can't get my baby changed with one of these, in the end up I gave it away. I now change the baby on a cushion mat that I bought for £10 and have the nappies and wipes in a nice basket on the table, so my 2 year old can't reach them. It makes life a lot easier, beleive me!

I forgot to mention also, because this changing tray is on wheels, it makes great fun for my 2 year old to push around the house, banging into everything, and throwing all the wipes, powder, clothes that I stored on it all over the place,. The easiest solution would probably be to keep it in the Nursery, but I can't leave my 2 year old alone for 2 minute, so even when he is in the Nursery, he used to throw items everywhere..

i got this for my daughter and it was terrible quality the price is good but you will regret it when u get it home. i did i thought my was was a defective one so i went back got another but that one as well was a piece of *****

smcgurn;4802467

I forgot to mention also, because this changing tray is on wheels, it … I forgot to mention also, because this changing tray is on wheels, it makes great fun for my 2 year old to push around the house, banging into everything, and throwing all the wipes, powder, clothes that I stored on it all over the place,. The easiest solution would probably be to keep it in the Nursery, but I can't leave my 2 year old alone for 2 minute, so even when he is in the Nursery, he used to throw items everywhere..



How about you teach the 2yr old the word no so it doesnt ram it in furniture and throw things around, just an idea :whistling:

You try and teach a 2 year old the word "No", and don't do that, I take it you don't have kids, or you would know what I mean.

I do have kids, even my 10 month old knows not to touch certain things ie remotes, phones, tv screen. Maybe its not your 2yr old with the problem after all

You either have a very highly educated 10 month old baby, or an over cautious parent who is very controlling around her children! You have to let children be children and play with whatever comes their way, not shouting "No" or Don't touch all the time!

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We are getting a bit off topic here; however I would like to add that I too have a 2 year old. Love him to bits and he is my world (goes without saying); but the word "NO" to him translates in his brain as "Carry on doing it, Mum and Dad are annoyed with me, but if I flash those big eyes with a cheeky grin I'll live to fight another day" .

I don't think accusing parents (as that is what I understand you were suggesting by "Maybe its not your 2yr old with the problem after all"; but please forgive me if I am mistaken) of "being the problem" when looking after a 2 year old is an appropriate thing to be saying; and I think smcgurn has taken this quite well.

Each child comes with their own wonderfullness and difficultness; and I for one would be horrified if my boy didn't have that glint in his eye and his 2 year old train of thought. It is as much that what makes us, as parents love him.

Anyway, as I said. All gone a bit off topic; so lets keep parenting skills to "Misc"

;-)

andywedge;4805197

We are getting a bit off topic here; however I would like to add that I … We are getting a bit off topic here; however I would like to add that I too have a 2 year old. Love him to bits and he is my world (goes without saying); but the word "NO" to him translates in his brain as "Carry on doing it, Mum and Dad are annoyed with me, but if I flash those big eyes with a cheeky grin I'll live to fight another day" . I don't think accusing parents (as that is what I understand you were suggesting by "Maybe its not your 2yr old with the problem after all"; but please forgive me if I am mistaken) of "being the problem" when looking after a 2 year old is an appropriate thing to be saying; and I think smcgurn has taken this quite well.Each child comes with their own wonderfullness and difficultness; and I for one would be horrified if my boy didn't have that glint in his eye and his 2 year old train of thought. It is as much that what makes us, as parents love him. Anyway, as I said. All gone a bit off topic; so lets keep parenting skills to "Misc"



Im more than happy to stay on topic, just clarifying that i do have children, nobody is saying they are angels all of the time, but we do our best to bring ours up so they understand what is right and wrong, perhaps if more parents were a little more cautious when bringing up children, we may not have the society that we have, which in turn would mean we wouldnt need the likes of Jeremy Vile or similar shows, now surely that can only be a good thing. Now, back to topic eh ;-)

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that is a shocking thing to say!
her son is 2 not 10!! Get a life and stop being so personal!!

seems i have lots of nectar points!, got mine reserved to pick up today and after using the nectar card for the first time this unit will only cost us £5 ! superb deal!
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