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Sometimes I wish I was an American baby. It doesn’t happen all that often and it’s not because of Baby GAP socks, after all you can buy them in Europe, though to be honest I’d be happier if you could find them in a few more countries including my current country of abode. But it’s Burt’s Bees washes, powders and oils that are so difficult to get hold of if you don’t live in America. And Apricot Baby Oil is without doubt the best moisturiser I’ve ever tried. It works wonders for you baby soft skin and smells so yummy that you can be guaranteed a constant cuddle, as quite simply nobody will want to put you in a crib. On top of that it’s all natural, which is what I like.

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Do Anglo-Saxon babies develop at a faster rate than other babies? My guess is they do. It’s not that I want to say I’m developing faster than other babies, I can’t even say I’m an Anglo-Saxon baby. But how else do you explain the fact that a Maclaren buggy, a Maclaren Triumph Scarlet to be precise (though I believe other colours are the same), can be used by three-month old babies in the UK and USA but you have to wait until you are six months if you live on the continent. It’s not a joke – check out the insruction manual. I’ve discovered you don’t really have to speak all the languages, it’s enough you know how to read numbers and you’ll get that part of the manual.

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How many pairs of socks have you got? I’ve got tons: white socks, red socks, pink socks, blue socks, socks that go up to the knee, designer socks, cheap socks and socks with frills. Everybody loves buying cute baby socks. Tiny little baby sockies. But they’re not much use if you can’t keep them together. Well, not much use for an aspiring baby fashionista. I know the odd socks problem is not something that only happens to babies. Daddy complains about odd socks every morning before he goes to work. Something to do with Mummy doing the washing. And she says they’re all black anyway. But my problem has nothing to do with the washing. It’s the socks themselves – they just won’t stay on. And they are bound to come off at the most akward time as well, such as being pushed over a paddle in a buggy, on an escalator, when getting on the underground… They come off and they’re lost forever. All except for socks from Baby Gap. I don’t know what Gap does to their baby socks but they really are the only socks that stay on. So thumbs up for Baby Gap!

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