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lilbitneurotic Fri 15-Jul-11 21:30:22

Stumbled across this on Amazon and thought it might be quite useful?

Just wondered if anyone had ever used one or if you think it would be useful / waste of time really?

Skarlett Sat 16-Jul-11 00:17:01

I've been looking at that too and wondering the same thing!

Hopefully someone with experience will be along soon as I'd love some opinions as well :P

idlevice Sat 16-Jul-11 07:07:55

Unless you love gimmicky toys & accessories, or you are remarkably scatty & cannot use a piece of paper & pen/pencil to write down things you think you need to remember I can't believe this would be worth paying for. If you can't manage your baby's basic needs without a special gadget then that's a bit weird. You will be too tired to use it/have other more interesting things to think about.

Strikes me as a marketing thing - create it & they will buy it (like the special bin that seals up used nappies, or even worse, a thing made to hold nappies...). Possible exception - if babe has to have a lot of medication, but then most mobile phones would suffice surely as they all have alarm/calendar functions.

Sorry, that turned into a bit of an anti-consumerist rant. Must be preggy hormones blush

Boosaphena Sat 16-Jul-11 08:22:08

Sounds like a compete gimic! And another thing to remember to remember. Also a little pointless as I think newborns pretty much set their own routine.
Well done them tho tapping in to first time mum worriers!

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