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(Date Posted:11/10/2011 6:46 AM)
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Hello there,

I am terribly sorry I have not posted before (although I've read all the threads!)

I just wanted to ask about fastenings on baby clothes. I'm 23 weeks pregnant and I have been practicing the popper buttons with a baby gro and a doll. Although I'm getting faster, I'm not sure how I'd do them if I was feeling any way tired, and besides, the way I hold the doll wouldn't be the same way I'd hold my child!!!

However, when the baby moves, I'm not sure I'd have the patience to do the snap/popper buttons!

Does anyone know any way to avoid the popper buttons on baby clothes? Would velcro be suitable?  Bigger snap buttons? Any advice would be much appreciated.

Oh, by the way my disability is Cerebral Palsy, and while it's not too severe, co-ordination is not my forte!

Thanks everyone,
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Re:Fastenings on baby clothes
(Date Posted:26/10/2011 12:16 PM)

Cords on window blinds.

That is another thing to check you don't have in your house.  There was an article in the press today about another child who was injured by climbing up and getting stuck in a window blind cord.

Another article wrote about how a televison fell on a baby because it was on a chest of drawers near the cot and as the mum squeezed by, she knocked the tv into the cot.

I remember putting my son on my bed to change him and he suddenly rolled over (he hadn't ever rolled over before) and he could have fallen if I hadn't been there to stop him.

As he had never rolled over before I could have left him on the bed while I went to fetch something from the bathroom and he'd have had an accident. 

Babies and children learn so fast it is difficult sometimes to be one step ahead all the time.

Another time I was bringing some washing in from the garden one day and came into the kitchen to find he had pulled a chair over to the worktop, had climbed up on the chair and onto the worktop and was looking in the wall cupboard!!

Although I had a playpen I never thought to put him in it just to fetch the washing in!

Being a parent is enough to turn one's hair white!!
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Re:Fastenings on baby clothes
(Date Posted:26/10/2011 12:44 PM)

 "I remember putting my son on my bed to change him and he suddenly rolled over (he hadn't ever rolled over before) and he could have fallen if I hadn't been there to stop him."

A friend's son did once fall off his bed. He was ok, thankfully.

Going back to the blind thing - there was a similar story in Plymouth earlier this year, I think.
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RE:Fastenings on baby clothes
(Date Posted:26/10/2011 4:49 PM)

One of my cousin's kids managed to fall off the bed even though they had pillows on both sides- they managed to wiggle to the bottom of the bed before falling off!!
If the babies/kids are anything like I was: move anything that can be fitted into the mouth- it was the first place everything went smiley100
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