Friday, August 14, 2009

Baby Talk

I've always believed in buying high quality products, although they are typically more expensive than similar items that are of a lower quality. High quality products are made to last and they come with warranties from the manufacturers.

By purchasing high quality products, we are actually saving money in the long run. Since high quality products tend to last long and possibly a lifetime, we can reuse them over the years, hence eliminating the need to replace them.

This goes for expecting parents who are looking into buying their first baby products, such as baby prams. The most important thing to consider when purchasing a baby pram is the durability and safety of the pram.

There are many types and models of baby prams available in the market today, such as travel prams and full feature prams. Other than baby prams, you should also get high quality baby cots and high chairs too. Make sure that the baby cots and high chairs are made of baby-safe materials, and meet the minimum safety requirements.

It is wise to invest in high quality baby products for your firstborn. Since high quality products tend to last long, you can pass them on to his/her younger siblings and therefore, you'll be able to save some money.

I'm off to look at some baby catalogues! I need to get something for my aunt who's expecting a pair of twins. Hmm..a tandem baby pram, perhaps?

8 comments:

  1. 8-) 8-) 8-)

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  2. i did not know i did that on Guest hahahahaha :)

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  3. why does it keep saying Guest *DONT_KNOW* *DONT_KNOW* *DONT_KNOW*

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  4. Lol Bill! Thanks for chopping! One point for you! :)

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  5. I totally agree Debbs, investing on high quality products, even on the expensive side will be much more beneficial in the long run! :)

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  6. :-$ :-$ :-$ kaching kaching more money for you Debbs! :)

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  7. That's right, Ane. Rather than buying cheap stuff and end up wasting money repairing them or buying replacements. :)

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  8. More kaching for you too, Ane! :):)

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