Best tips for eco-friendly pregnancy and baby

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in MoneySaving Mums
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  • Clouds88Clouds88 Forumite
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    Mickey666 said:
    Clouds88 said:
    Totally agree with your post blue green. 

    A lot of people think I'm mad that I'm not buying a travel system for my third on the way. Sling lover here.



    Someone talking about their THIRD child on a thread about 'eco-friendly pregnancy' . . . . oh the irony!
    I was going to waste my time reply properly but your not worth my time.... 


     Judgemental Twit.
  • Mickey666Mickey666 Forumite
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    Clouds88 said:
    Mickey666 said:
    Clouds88 said:
    Totally agree with your post blue green. 

    A lot of people think I'm mad that I'm not buying a travel system for my third on the way. Sling lover here.



    Someone talking about their THIRD child on a thread about 'eco-friendly pregnancy' . . . . oh the irony!
    I was going to waste my time reply properly but your not worth my time.... 


     Judgemental Twit.
    @Clouds88
    Only judgemental as far as the facts about global overpopulation and the damage this is causing to our ecosystem.  Anyone concerned about being eco-friendly really shouldn't be pretending to be doing their bit while actually increasing the problem.

    As for being a twit, please don't just listen to me.  Do your own research.

    Here are a couple of places to start:

    "All our environmental problems become easier to solve with fewer people, and harder - and ultimately impossible - to solve with ever more people."  Sir David Attenborough.
    https://populationmatters.org/

    https://www.footprintcalculator.org/
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