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Re: moses basket / crib

thanks for all the info everyone!

before i forget, in response to the question, i'm in the ariege (did have it in info bit but it seems to have fallen off!)

after spending lots of hours searching the web..... the latest thinking is to buy one online from john lewis and get a lovely friend to bring it over from england with them when they visit us in a couple of weeks time.

there's one just like we're looking for (plain and simple - no teddy bears/frills/bows) and it's only £30. couldn't find any cheaper than about 100 euros in france..... and they're not half as nice!!

next post: nappies!

 

 


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errrrr the post above is from me and not mr squidge....... didn't realise he was already logged in!
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We knew it was you, Squidge.  If it had been Mark he would have been complaining about the lack of teddy bears, frills and bows.  We know his tastes. Whistles [Www]

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You can get moses baskets in France, go to any baby shop. As someone said earlier they are called ..couffins. I bought one for my daughter in December. Think it cost approx 75 euros. My little grandaughter is 4mths old and still in it with room to spare.

janey


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 Janey wrote:

they are called ..couffins.



For a moment there I thought you said "coffin". Blink [blink]

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I know a couple back in the UK called Mark and Squidge and at first I thought 'I never knew they had moved to France', then I looked on your weblink and see that it is not the same Mark and Sqidge but what a weiiiird coincindence.  Do all men called Mark seek out a  a soulmate and call them Squidge????


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 cassis wrote:
We knew it was you, Squidge.  If it had been Mark he would have been complaining about the lack of teddy bears, frills and bows.  We know his tastes. Whistles [Www]

Lack of tack is cack.

I wonder if Mark of the other Mark and Squidge in England is a poet like wot I am - now that WOULD be a coincidence.


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 Mark wrote:

Lack of tack is cack.

I wonder if Mark of the other Mark and Squidge in England is a poet like wot I am - now that WOULD be a coincidence.



More like a disaster than coincidence. Stick out tongue [:P]

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