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Old 03-08-2012, 10:58 PM   #1
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Not sure where to post this:-/ Has anyone seen these work for them? I ordered some and can hopefully store them for the warm days coming up.

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I ordered 2 for DS today. I'll let you know! We currently have a flea problem and they love the poor kiddo. Sometimes I hate living in the South.
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I would love to know more about these! We live in the south and my kids are always getting eaten up by Mosquitos on their legs!
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I would love to know more about these! We live in the south and my kids are always getting eaten up by Mosquitos on their legs!
IKR? Never got cold enough this year to kill off our flea population. We broke down and sprayed the yard, which we hated to do but it was bad. Now they are gone from the yard but the ones in the house just refuse to die! Borax works but not fast enough and we only have two rooms with carpet!
My DH actually saw me looking at BL and said 'hey buy those!' and pointed to the BabyNoBugs. <3
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I ordered 2 for DS today. I'll let you know! We currently have a flea problem and they love the poor kiddo. Sometimes I hate living in the South.
Oh no! I hate fleas - they are relentless! The only thing I've seen work great for that is when a family I was a nanny for put moth balls in their vacuum bag and vacuumed the house. Those aren't great for your health so you have to be careful not to breathe in the dust when handling them and they don't smell good but I have seen it work. I sure do hope the babylegs work out for you. It's still pretty cold in our neck of the woods so we won't be able to test drive them for awhile:-/
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They are all so cute. Is it safe to have insecticide-treated cloth on a little one for everyday use?
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I've also been wondering if they were completely safe. We only use natural kid-safe insect spray.
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