Good luck! My 2 years are done, I am still undecided whether to try again or not, wasn't that thrilled with the 2nd year, and most of the things ended up given to the charity shops (or even binned, alas). I know the fee was covered, but I wouldn't have bought most of the items given a choice. The last one, 5 months ago, was a skin for the ipad, which had to be cut to fit on the ipad, as it blocked the sound, the camera etc etc, and after all that didn't look good. Now that my younger son is almost 2, I don't think we are in the "popular" age group, not that we had many baby products anyway. I am not complaining, just stating the facts.
Joined: 24 Jan 2007 20:36 Posts: 20876 Location: West Midlands
It's a shame about the iPad cover, but that is why we do reviews, so we can give a truthful opinion & hopefully the manufacturers will take note & better it if it needs to be. I probably wouldn't by half the things I have reviewed, but I love being a guinea pig & getting to try things out that I wouldn't normally think about buying
Joined: 14 Jan 2007 17:48 Posts: 25505 Location: Strathaven, Scotland
I love being a guinea pig too Jaidyn's 5 and I still get stuff that's age appropriate. Cake mixes, name labels, books etc. I think it's good to get things you wouldn't think of buying, makes you think outside the box!
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