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tommee tippee - Closer to Nature - Manual Breast Pump, now £12 @ George Asda
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Part of George Asda sale - Soft-touch flexible cup with massage ripples ensures comfort Manual operation makes the pump discreet and easy to control Milk storage system makes… Read more
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Picked one up in store. Thanks op
Decent. Does what it needs to do pretty well
VonHaus Silver Baby Scan Ultrasound Keepsake Triple Photo Frame / Pregnancy Gift £7.99 Del @ Domu / eBay
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Still £8.99 Prime - £12.50 elsewhere, thought this would make a great gift for a mum to be / newborn gift & at a really decent price (other brands can be quite a bit more expen… Read more
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cheaper than the photos themselves... bloody scam!
Little treat for my wife, thanks
So bizarre I was looking at these last night! So cute
Thank you!
Early Sign Midstream Pregnancy Test - £2.47 @ Amazon (Add on item)
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
add on item and a crucial heads up for ladies who think they may be but are not just sure.good luck all
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79p weldricks if near anyone.
This deal takes the pi$$

I'll get my coat.
Got my mum one for her birthday
Interesting that they don't state the ml/U 🤔
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19DembaBa196 m ago

Free from chemist (doctors)


yes if your unemployed but if you work you pay
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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Healthcare Kit -£8.99 (Prime) £11.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Nine essential items for grooming baby Organised in a handy material pouch Multi-purpose kit with high quality contents Ideal for nursery and travel Suitable gift for first tim… Read more
Aquaslim11 h, 15 m ago

Poorly designed inferior quality kit. The nasal aspirator is useless and …Poorly designed inferior quality kit. The nasal aspirator is useless and does nothing.The thermometer isn't accurate enough and slow to give a reading. The nail clippers don't work well.The toothbrush (head) is too big for a baby.The scissors are blunt and blades are very thick, don't try cutting baby's fingernails using them if you don't want to chop off fingertips.The hairbrush and comb ore only two things you can actually use.


Totally agree although the case is actually pretty good and it's not a bad price for that alone.
Fairly sure we got this free from some promotion or other when our baby was born 7 years ago.
Poorly designed inferior quality kit.
The nasal aspirator is useless and does nothing.
The thermometer isn't accurate enough and slow to give a reading.
The nail clippers don't work well.
The toothbrush (head) is too big for a baby.
The scissors are blunt and blades are very thick, don't try cutting baby's fingernails using them if you don't want to chop off fingertips.
The hairbrush and comb ore only two things you can actually use.
Edited by: "Aquaslim" 4th Dec 2017
*** Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Feeding Bottles, 260 ml/9 floz, Pack of 6 - AMAZON *** for £8.99 Prime (£12.98 non Prime)
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Cheapest around for a 6 pack. Hope this helps someone.
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Bulluk56 m ago

I put these exact bottles into my basket last night and at the last minute …I put these exact bottles into my basket last night and at the last minute decided to wait till today "just in case"Thank you!


No problem at all. Glad someone else made use of the deal.
I put these exact bottles into my basket last night and at the last minute decided to wait till today "just in case"

Thank you!
Just spent 15£ for two bottle from Philips.."Black Friday " deals
Great price! Just bought pack of 3 from b and m for £6.99 yesterday.
*** Tommee Tippee Complete Feeding Set (Black, Closer to Nature) - AMAZON *** £59.99
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Great price for a set that rarely dips below £70/75. Perfect if you're in the market for such a set. Currently on for £159.99 at Mothercare! Grab yourselves a bargain before t… Read more
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aidangee6 h, 17 m ago

can anyone explain why the cold ? camel camel camel says this is the …can anyone explain why the cold ? camel camel camel says this is the cheapest its ever been.


I have no idea. This site is strange like that sometimes. Even if it helps 1 other person to save a few pounds I'm happy.
can anyone explain why the cold ? camel camel camel says this is the cheapest its ever been.
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Pregnacare Vitabiotics Plus, 60 Tablets x3 packs (180 tablets) for £12.49 (Prime) / £16.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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This is a really good deal for those who use them. 3 x 60tablet pack of Pregnacare vitamins for the price of one. Especially good if you get morning sickness to ensure your gettin… Read more
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1on421 h, 46 m ago

Apology accepted.


sure

I think it's a very good thing we give these girls free dental treatment

getting preggers must deplete the body in all sorts of ways incl mouth/ teeth
luvsadealdealdeal2 h, 0 m ago

if you're on benefits - which is fine


No you don’t need to be on benefits. Pregnancy can affect a woman’s teeth and gums hence the free dental care.
i'm not sure about getting pregnacare free, but if you are pregnant you do not need to buy these, you can go to your own local children's center and request free vitamins (no prescription needed), you are restricted to 1 tub at a time, but can have them for as long as you need throughout pregnancy and breastfeeding. you only have to put your name and postcode down on a register at the center to claim.

worth checking out and or inquiring with your midwife. This is the case in Watford / Hertfordshire any way, we have just done this, having now got a week old baby. We weren't told about this upfront on the first or second pregnancy, but found out through casual conversation with one of the health workers.

Hope this helps out someone, and saves a few quid.

(incidentally, if you still have to buy pregnacare, then this is a good deal)
Edited by: "ftse100" 23rd Nov 2017
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You get free prescriptions but I’ve never heard it on multivits. I very much doubt my gp would agree to prescribing that. Things like iron if your anemic I understand as medical reason but full multivits?
must depend on your gp. Personally mine would tell you to sod off if you tried to get them to prescribe calpol to a child ( rightly so I think) which I know some people get prescribed. Multivits seems very similar
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Apology accepted.
Toys R Us / Babies R Us layaway Scheme - Help spread the cost of Christmas / Pregnancy / Reserve Popular Toys ie Reserve Nintendo Switch now for 20% Deposit & Take upto 12 weeks to Pay - £5 Admin Fee
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Nobody wants to re-enact scenes from Jingle All the Way at Christmas, I still remember the trauma trying to get a Tracy Island & those awful hamster things a few years back! Th… Read more
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bubbles90805th Sep

Well next time your talking to Santa can you get him to double check the …Well next time your talking to Santa can you get him to double check the address he has on file for me. As its costing me a fortune buying the presents each year. Even all the time I spend wrapping, thats precious time I could be spending with my unicorn. Like really he needs to sort himself out.

maybe you're on his naughty list​
taffyjock11 h, 7 m ago

Yes that's Santa's job

Well next time your talking to Santa can you get him to double check the address he has on file for me. As its costing me a fortune buying the presents each year. Even all the time I spend wrapping, thats precious time I could be spending with my unicorn. Like really he needs to sort himself out.
Sorry this is a cold from me . TRU are basically charging you a £5 for you to provide them with credit .

Worst thing of all is if you take out the longest payment term you are risking 66% of the value of goods plus £5 . If the worst was to happen and they go into administration you are an unsecured creditor and among one of the last to be paid out So even if you get the money back , its unlikely to be in time for Christmas .

We had a discussion about this at work the other week after a local paper run an adverstory about it . Plenty of people said stuff like "Christmas is the busiest period they wont go under" But with the growth in internet retail and the competitive deals in this period you can never say never

Me id rather save my money and do the Christmas shopping online at the last minute , the closer to Christmas the more competitive the deals become . With this scheme you are locked into the price you agree at the start of the scheme . So even if TRU are selling the toys at a discounted price to what you agreed you wont get that price .
bubbles908030th Aug

Why are people being so negative? Like what do you want? Someone to do …Why are people being so negative? Like what do you want? Someone to do your Christmas shopping for you? Wrap it all up for you? Open it for you on Christmas morning? Heck they could even take out all wrapping left on the floor and if your really lucky they will even eat your Christmas dinner for you. People complaining £5 is CRAZY!!!! Have fun paying the prices people will charge on eBay for the must have toy or explain why Santa didn't bring what they wanted. I think this is a good option for what has been pointed out, the must have toy or people who have more than 1 bike, go kart etc to hide with the little spare space they have. Stop hating, if this isn't for you move on plenty more too see.

Yes that's Santa's job
BabyStart Mum-To-Be Pillow Pack (was £16.99) now £8.99 @ Argos
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For anyone who is pregnant these v-shaped pillows can really help you get comfortable when trying to sleep, and they can be used as a feeding pillow too. The BabyStart Mum-To-Be … Read more
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Available in Dudley if any one in west mids needs one
None available in leicester or any where close to collect but delivery is an option I would have to consider... Heat!
FREE Vouchers and 3 x Pregnancy Packs with samples
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‘I’ve just registered with Emma’s Diary and claimed 3 FREE PREGNANCY GIFT PACKS! I’ve basically just filled up my hospital bag with samples! Once you have registered you download… Read more
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The bags are always out of stock anyways at my local Tesco and also the couple of boots stores that I tried
nraja

Are these lot working for Emma's diary? One comment and one deal for both … Are these lot working for Emma's diary? One comment and one deal for both users




I think they are lol because you get more leaflets then samples instead of filling my hospital bag I was filling my reclucing bin lol
Everyone has to start somewhere.. I mean
Nope fraid not, I'm new to these sites. Everything be has to start somewhere right?
nraja

Are these lot working for Emma's diary? One comment and one deal for both … Are these lot working for Emma's diary? One comment and one deal for both users



​I would definitely say so yes.
First Response Early Results 2 Pack Pregnancy tests @ boots £10.49 BOGOF
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4 pregnancy tests for £10.49. Great price for this product. Dont forget to claim your points First Response can detect the pregnancy hormone as early as 6 days sooner than the day… Read more
I voted hot as these tests gave me a really clear line earlier than cheaper tests and clearblue tests. This is a great price for 4 tests!
so this tells you if you are pregnant with twins?
Downland Bolster Pillow (Ideal for Pregnancy) from £4.50 @ Very
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Free click and collect, £4.50 for double, £6.30 for king and they're machine washable :) Extra support for an armchair or bed, this Downland bolster pillow is a great way to fi… Read more
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Just a long pillow it is NOT a V SHAPE
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Why did I read "download"? Who downloads a pillow?

I'd love to download a pillow. Imagine the comfort, anywhere
tried this, but I didn't get pregnant. "Ideal for pregnancy" is a lie. Cold
This is a big pillow that takes up the entire bed. It is not a V-pillow, they are available from Very though!
Suresign Pregnancy Tests (2 Tests) - £0.99 delivered with code @ Chemistdirect
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Suresign Pregnancy Tests (2 Tests) is the easy and useful pregnancy test, which delivers results in only 3 minutes. It is 99% accurate if the clear instructions included are follo… Read more
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Witchfinder

If you use my method, you don't need to pay at all for pregnancy tests. … If you use my method, you don't need to pay at all for pregnancy tests. Simply never have sex.


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horsey

These tests never work for me, maybe they are just for women or something.



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These tests never work for me, maybe they are just for women or something.
If you use my method, you don't need to pay at all for pregnancy tests. Simply never have sex.
Would never use chemist's direct they are an absolute joke. Probably a fake batch that give out wrong results!
Bio Oil £3.59 60ml/ £7.99 200 ml with code SHOPAGAIN20. Lloyds Pharmacy. Free click and collect + Quidco 6%
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All sizes at half price. Further 20% off with SHOPAGAIN20. 6% cashback Quidco Free click and collect or delivery 3.95. Well worth it for click and collect or a bulk stock up … Read more
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THANKS10 for 10% off £35 spend.
just ordered for £9.99 delivered to store and very happy with that price for 200ml!
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247bh

why doesn't the discount code SHOPAGAIN20. work?



Could be because I posted this over 3 weeks ago so the code may have expired.
why doesn't the discount code SHOPAGAIN20. work?
pickledtink

The other two sizes are still in stock. I'd go for the next size down if … The other two sizes are still in stock. I'd go for the next size down if I were you as at this price they're bound to go out of stock on all of them soon.


125ml with discount is cheap though better value to pay £9.99 in store for the 200ml. I grudge not getting the online discount when I know it's in stock locally. Thems the breaks.
Sanctuary Mum To Be Ultimate Retreat Hat Box was £17.99 now £8.50 C+C @ Boots (+ other mum to be gift sets less than half price)
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Boots have a less than half price offer on 3 Mum to Be Gift Sets inc this fab Sanctuary Mum To Be Ultimate Retreat Hat Box that was £17.99 & is now £8.50. Thought they'd make e… Read more
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chimp14uk

Why do pregnant women need a treat?All they've done is lie on their back … Why do pregnant women need a treat?All they've done is lie on their back and had some geezer blow their beans up them..



Because for mums, things don't end with blowing beans into someone. Its just the beginning of a long marathon. Morning sickness, changing body, hip pain, swelling feet, tiredness - all this for 9 long months. Then comes the child birth. A BABY coming out of a tiny opening, tearing its way out. AND THEN, sleepless nights while she recovers from what her body went through. Wait! I didn't even start telling you about what it takes to be a mum - a working mum in particular !!
Plus if you check your app or via mail...most of parenting club members have 25% off any product includes cussons, palmers and sanctuary offer...if found instore or order online instore you can get these even cheaper!
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Anything for dads to be oO
snowflake75

​baby showers. .. jeez



I had my children in the wrong era as didn't do these in this country when I had mine lol but they are great fun at least the ones I've been to.
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cjdavies25

Heat added got a few friends expecting will be great for the baby shower … Heat added got a few friends expecting will be great for the baby shower gift x



​baby showers. .. jeez
Clearblue pregnancy test Plus 2 tests @ boots
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Went in to Boots Holloway today and there were clearing many Clearblue Pregnancy Tests & Ovulation Kits 1 test - £4.49 2 tests - £5.49 Digital x2 - £7.49 Ovulation kits -… Read more
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Thanks! My nan needed one of these
2 just to make sure... and then onto Jeremy Kyle to get a free paternity test.
what's wrong with the poundland ones?
Valentine's day coming up
Time to pretend like I'm going to need them
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Pregnancy and baby Megathread - all the things you need to do and know
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Ok so if you or someone you know has just found out they are pregnant here are some tips / facts / links and info that they need to know about all in one place. I have written this… Read more
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TotalAwesome

Heat op great thread :Dcheck out the below they are tried and tested … Heat op great thread :Dcheck out the below they are tried and tested :Dhttps://www.borngifted.co.uk/baby-gifts/resource/Free-Baby-Stuffhttps://www.cgbabyclub.co.uk/registerhttp://www.pampers.co.uk/offers-pages/samples-on-demandhttp://www.toysrus.co.uk/babiesrus/content/motherbabyclub?ab=BRU_Global:FooterBox5:MotherBabyClubhttps://www.hipp.co.uk/hipp-baby-club/https://www3.sainsburys.co.uk/littleones/index.htmlhttp://www.heinzbaby.co.uk/babyclub/login.aspx?returnUrl=%2FbabyclubNow the below I dont know if any Good, or just a con to Spam your inbox??? just came up on a simple google search for baby freebies ukhttp://www.latestfreestuff.co.uk/free-baby-stuff/http://www.wowfreestuff.co.uk/free-baby-stuff/https://www.magicfreebiesuk.co.uk/free-stuff/s/free-baby-samples-and-baby-stuffHope everyone is Well xx



The sainsburys one appears to be dead. www3.sainsburys.co.uk/lit…es/ is supposed to have moved to sainsburys.co.uk/sho…hop but this is a blank page.
if you work full time and taking the year's maternity leave you still accrue your usual amount of holiday leave due to you that same year PLUS every single bank holiday you missed. eg 25 days hol plus 5 Bank holidays = 30 days owed.

Then when you do go back after maternity you will have those 30days owed to you PLUS your usual 25 on top for the upcoming year = 55days.

so depending on your company and cant afford to go part time, ask to work 4 days, eg Mon-Thurs or whatever suits you and take those 55 days for every Friday off.

it means you still get your full time salary, tell them you will do it on a trial basis to see if it works for both parties and employers mostly will oblige. just make sure you get the worke done so there is nothing they can find fault with.

doing it this way without dropping your salary if you cant finacially but only working 4 days is brilliant, makes a huge difference.

some companies may say you can only take the accrued holidays at the end of your mat leave instead.

I found all this out on my own, nobody at my company bothered informing $e that you accrue bank hols and I had these options how to use up my holiday leave. so wanted to point out.

Cold its going to be vestel X)
FrostbiteXIII

It really does! I recommend the gas and air. They wouldn't let me have … It really does! I recommend the gas and air. They wouldn't let me have the Pethidine!I mean she grips your had so frikking tight when she had those stupid contractions!



A girls want to get kicked the Crown Jewels. Giving birth doesn't even come close to that
matthewnunn1986

Giving birth hurts


It really does! I recommend the gas and air. They wouldn't let me have the Pethidine!

I mean she grips your had so frikking tight when she had those stupid contractions!
Clearblue pregnancy test £1.10 @ boots in Andover
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Heck! I didn't need one but it's in date until July 2018 and at £1.10 it's a nice reassurance in the cupboard, they had a lot more and also the ones where it also tells you how far… Read more
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bethykins

Heck! I didn't need one but it's a nice reassurance in the cupboard.


Heck, with that attitude, can I have your phone number, and are you doing anything tonight

P.S. Don't tell my wife I asked oO
Cheaper at Poundland!
I could be the first pregnant male?
Theses may be in demand after the Christmas celebrations ;).
In the cupboard............ Next to the soon to be out of date condoms

2x Pregnancy tests £1 - Poundworld
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With the festive season finally over, it's better to be safe than sorry with a Poundworld Pregnancy Test. Why spend a fortune when you can get this with spare change? Valentine's… Read more
alansl77

if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford … if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford the baby



I'm appalled with your comment! A baby requires loving parents - it's not all about ££.
iamprobably

Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust … Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust me - hospitals use incredibly cheap test sticks (around 6p each...). While it is true that hcg levels vary in the early stages of pregnancy - and the £10 sticks are more sensitive to the hormone - the cheap sticks work just as well when hcg concentration is at a level to confirm pregnancy.So to say that 'if you shop at poundland.... you cant afford a baby' is a nonsense. Our household has a 6 figure income and i can absolutely assure you that our 3 kids were all confirmed by poundland pregnancy tests.



Exactly. +1. When you're trying for a baby you go through tons of these things. I like the fact that they are cheap because then you can take two a day and measure the change as the "line" (read: figment of your imagination) gets darker and positive. Sounds a bit mad but something many women do when trying for a baby.

Also, the fact that I shop in Poundland/Home Bargains/B&M means that we CAN afford the cost of our children.
iamprobably

Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust … Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust me - hospitals use incredibly cheap test sticks (around 6p each...). While it is true that hcg levels vary in the early stages of pregnancy - and the £10 sticks are more sensitive to the hormone - the cheap sticks work just as well when hcg concentration is at a level to confirm pregnancy.So to say that 'if you shop at poundland.... you cant afford a baby' is a nonsense. Our household has a 6 figure income and i can absolutely assure you that our 3 kids were all confirmed by poundland pregnancy tests.



I completely agree
alansl77

if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford … if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford the baby



Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!

Trust me - hospitals use incredibly cheap test sticks (around 6p each...).

While it is true that hcg levels vary in the early stages of pregnancy - and the £10 sticks are more sensitive to the hormone - the cheap sticks work just as well when hcg concentration is at a level to confirm pregnancy.

So to say that 'if you shop at poundland.... you cant afford a baby' is a nonsense. Our household has a 6 figure income and i can absolutely assure you that our 3 kids were all confirmed by poundland pregnancy tests.
Edited by: "iamprobably" 5th Jan 2017
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