Check out these current high street bargains. If you do want to buy new items (which with a changing body shape can be nice – let's be honest), the Can I Breastfeed In It? group often features items on sale and cheap supermarket outfits. Current bargains include ribbed blouses from an eBay seller (£3.50 incl del), a ruffle dress from Boohoo (£13 plus £4 del) and a burgundy wrap top from Dorothy Perkins (£18 plus £4 del, limited stock). Also see the group's Hot Favourites List with anything that's perfect for nursing.
Also try local Facebook Selling groups, where instead of eBaying second-hand goods, people harness the social network's power to sell to others in the local community. To get started, search for your area or postcode on Facebook, alongside keywords such as 'selling', 'sale' or 'buy', or sell items by location via Facebook Marketplace on the Facebook app. 
Last year when I found out my sister-in-law was expecting her first child I wanted to rush out and buy toys and cute clothes, but having had two children myself I knew she would appreciate the necessities a lot more . So I set myself the task of finding as many free samples as I could. These along with all the baby bits I managed to get with coupons, I was able to give her a huge hamper filled with baby baths, washing powder, cute cuddly toys and even a few pamper bits for mum-to-be. Below I have listed off some of the sites I used, but if you know one that isn’t listed then please let me know in the comments..Enjoy!!
Amazon is a close second to Target when it comes to my favorite things in life. Did you know you can register for your baby shower through Amazon too? If you have Amazon Prime just register and spend $10, then you get to pick out a free baby stuff welcome box to be sent to your doorstep. The items in the welcome box are typically valued around $35, so it’s a pretty great deal!
A gift card may resemble a credit card or display a specific theme on a plastic card the size of a credit card. The card is identified by a specific number or code, not usually with an individual name, and thus could be used by anybody. They are backed by an on-line electronic system for authorization. Some gift cards can be reloaded by payment and can be used thus multiple times.

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Maternity Exemption Certificate – This card will entitle you to free dental care and free prescriptions. You can keep this until your baby is a year old. Make sure you visit the dentist just before your baby turns one to get the full use of the card. You are also entitled to antenatal classes. These will provide you with loads of useful information on your pregnancy, labour and the early days of your babies life.
That's nice. A gift card makes a much nicer present than cold hard cash, doesn't it? Er, no, not really. You may not like giving cash as a Christmas present, but it's a much better way to give than purchasing a gift card. Cash is less risky, more flexible and guarantees the person you're giving to will be able to spend the amount you're giving – even if their favourite store goes under.
Here’s a new baby freebie courtesy of Netmums and Aldi. Sign-up today to claim a pack of Aldi Mamia New-Born Nappies and also a free pack of Aldi Mamia Sensitive Baby Wipes. The freebie consists of two nappies in size 1 and a single pack of 24 baby wipes. You are able to request the sample if you have a baby or are currently in stages 1-3 of pregnancy.
Free baby sleeping box in Scotland. All newborn babies in Scotland get a free baby box full of essentials. The box itself acts like a Moses basket that your wee one can sleep in (it comes complete with a mattress and bedding). Inside are clothes, a bath towel, muslin squares, a toy, a book and more. To sign up for your baby box, speak to your midwife – see full details.
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