Hello All, Have a few baby things for sale. All in beautiful condition and not very old. As new! Cradle swing, please click below -- 75euros http://www.1stbabyshop.co.uk/catalogue/swings/29.php Mothercare Portland Crib-- 60 euros http://www.mothercare.com/gp/product/B000M4XMPO/ref=sr_11_1?ie=UTF8&mcb=core A stunning pram. Quick release big wheels. Cream and checks. 2 different seats-1, lie flat 2, upright seat. Hard to explain but I can send you a pic. Has no website where I bought it so just my own pic. I bought for £379. I want 300 euros for it. Baby bath. Sits on top of a normal bath -- 5 euros Mothercare Changing table with 2 shelves underneath -- 75 euros I am in area 22, Bourbriac My landline is currently out of order at the mo thanks to bloody TELE2 so contact me on 06 77 565 272 I will deliver if not too far away Thanks Amy
We are looking at moving to France full time next year, this will mean our 8 year old daughter will have to be thrown in at the deep end by joining a French school. Whilst our French neighbour is a great help as she is an English teacher plus her daughter is 8 and both girls already play together! I would like to know how other children have got on moving from a UK school to a French school?alandeej
Bonne Annee a tous! Promised a French friend of ours who couldn't get her two kids into the garderie at school I'd take her two boys (Elvis 9 and Romaric 3) to our house for lunch and keep them until she'd finised work at about 6'ish this evening. We just thought it would be terrible if she missed some work just because she couldn't get the boys looked after. They turned up this morning at 7.30, Les, my husband, took them to school with our son Carl who's 9. I brought all three back here for lunch, then will pick them up again later, and said we'd do the same tomorrow!! The house is in hysterical uproar at the moment, I'm sure they're having a great laugh at my French, but its good as Carl is having fun translating for me. Romaric who's 3 yrs old is so polite its unbelievable, although I get the idea he's like this all the time, he's also very cute with it. All three boys love each other's company which is great, as for me its yet another way to integrate here in our village. Next thing is when Tacha (mum) tries to pay me for looking after them, and trying to get through to her I'm only doing it to help her out not to get money from it!! Wouldn't want to do it every day, but its lovely to hear the house so lively with the three boys enjoying themselves. usfiveLaniscat (Dept 22)
I would so dearly like to organise a petition to be sent to Mr Gordon Brown, suggesting that he imposes the same Health & Welfare restrictions upon French Citizens, currently residing in the UK, that have been proposed by the French President, towards Brits residing in France. please email me directly
Hi to all Mum's, could I please ask a little advise? Our daughter and family are coming over to stay at Christmas. She has 2 children, one 18 months the other 8 weeks old. Both are in supermarkets own nappies, Sainsbury's and Asda. What are the own brand ones like over here and which have you found to be the best? The same question also relating to baby wipes please. Many thanks in advance. Jayne
Hello I'm expecting my first baby inMay and will be having it at the hospital at St Gregoire in Rennes I was wondering if anyone had been to ante-natal classes here in France - not necessarily at Rennes - and what were your thoughts. I'm trying to decide whether to bother going or not!!