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Sunday, July 6th 2008, 10:32pm

twin reins or little life backpacks

Hi,

Just wanted to ask if any of you used the twin reins or the little life backpacks, if so what did you think, if not what do you recommend.

Cheers x
Melanie
1st IUI cylce 10 March 06 BFN
2nd IUI cycle 19th June 06 BFN
3rd IUI cycle 6th Sep 06 BFN
4th IVF 31st March at St Barts :BFP:

Daisy born @ 35wks 20/12/07 12.16am 4lb 13.5 oz
Nuala born @ 35wks 20/12/07 12.18am 5lb 10oz


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Monday, July 7th 2008, 10:07am

Cant help sorry Mel but I am interested in them have had a look and they seem a good idea, If you get them let me know what you think x x
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Sunday, July 27th 2008, 8:12pm

Hi we've got the twin reins and they are good apart from when one wants to go one way and one the other!!!1 xxx

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Thursday, November 6th 2008, 3:22pm

to reawaken this I have found this site

www.smalldudes.co.uk

note this is not an endorsemnt - but I like the monkey backbacks

k
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Tuesday, July 14th 2009, 9:54am

Hi just bumping up this thread as I've recently just bought the twins some Tommee Tippee Winnie Pooh Reins but not keen. Would anybody recommend the Little Life backpacks or twin reins?
Me 34,DH, 32. DD15 from prev relationship. Scan 9/07 showed 2 [zx076] [zx076] My perfect little ladies arrived healthy 7 weeks early on 18/3/08 weighing 4lb 8 and 3lb13...Love my three pinkies

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Tuesday, July 14th 2009, 8:44pm

In the end I used used the good old fashioned Hold my hand or were going home routine lol. They were tying me in knots with the reins. x
1st go ICSI - @ royal shewsbury and Telford NHS funded
25 eggs collected 27/3/06
15 fertilized - 8 grade A - 2 transfered 30th/3
test date - Thursday 13th April, BFP :D :D :D
:baby: ITS TWINS :baby:
M.L & J.F - Born 9/11/06 6w prem (6lb 5oz & 4lb 10oz)

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Tuesday, July 14th 2009, 9:58pm

little life backpacks are fab as they can carry their sun hat and drink I got more in a tangle with the twin reins!!! x

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Tuesday, July 14th 2009, 10:12pm

Hi Lexie,

I got the little life back packs, as they do not feel like they are restricted. They do still tend to want to go in their own directions, but glad I got them as they have saved me from potential accidents.
Melanie
1st IUI cylce 10 March 06 BFN
2nd IUI cycle 19th June 06 BFN
3rd IUI cycle 6th Sep 06 BFN
4th IVF 31st March at St Barts :BFP:

Daisy born @ 35wks 20/12/07 12.16am 4lb 13.5 oz
Nuala born @ 35wks 20/12/07 12.18am 5lb 10oz


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Tuesday, July 14th 2009, 10:22pm

Thanks hun.. just thought with them being about £15 each I would get a review before I purchased. Did you get the ones with the ladybird or bee on the back or just the normal ruck sack ones? x
Me 34,DH, 32. DD15 from prev relationship. Scan 9/07 showed 2 [zx076] [zx076] My perfect little ladies arrived healthy 7 weeks early on 18/3/08 weighing 4lb 8 and 3lb13...Love my three pinkies

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Monday, July 20th 2009, 10:02pm

Just the normal rucksack ones as I feel they would out grow the animal ones quite quickly as they do not hold that much in them.
Melanie
1st IUI cylce 10 March 06 BFN
2nd IUI cycle 19th June 06 BFN
3rd IUI cycle 6th Sep 06 BFN
4th IVF 31st March at St Barts :BFP:

Daisy born @ 35wks 20/12/07 12.16am 4lb 13.5 oz
Nuala born @ 35wks 20/12/07 12.18am 5lb 10oz





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