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We are off to sunny Spain in 6 days time :ellie: :ellie: :ellie: and I'm sitting here making lists of what we need to take - and currently Lotties list seems to be enough to fill BOTH of our two suitcases! :faint:
So I'm thinking of things that we can take small amounts of and then buy more of out there and Nappies and baby food sprung to mind (I will cook up some of her food but I don't want to spend my whole holiday doing it!). Can anyone recommend any good brands of either to look out for?
We went to Menorca a few years ago and we found it quite easy to get Heinz jars in the bigger supermarkets.
With the nappies, I took a few to get us over the first few days then we bought the Spanish own brand (I can't remember their name, sorry) nappies and wipes and they were lovely and I ended up bringing some back as I liked them more than Pampers.
You can get Pampers nappies but they're eye wateringly expensive
Hope you have a great time
Dodot nappies are just like pampers or huggies:ellie:
Jarwise we found there was a wide range but just be aware that some things are used more over there than here (Grace's first proper intro to fish in baby meals was while we were in Spain last year)
We went to Spain three weeks ago.
Dodot nappies are Spanish pampers they were exactly the same and available in all the supermarkets we went to.
Also Font Vella Water is low sodium so suitable for babies and also available everywhere.
I canít help with the jars though as my little monkey wont eat them.
Let me know if there is anything else you need to know and Iíll try and help.
Hero makes very nice jars. Spanish brands are much better (in my opinion!!!) than heinz.
Also, most baby things are sold in chemists (formula, jars etc) and that there's is a list of *farmacias de guardia* this is chemists that are open at night and sundays, outside every chemist, for emergencies.
If your little one has sensitive skin bring your own nappy wipes. I found them difficult to find, overpriced and more often than not, perfumed.
We're just back from Spain and as others have said nappies are available but I thought they were very expensive so depending on how many you need and how much space you have it may be worth taking your own.
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