Congratulations Tracy on the safe arrival of your second girl. I admire you, mine is so lively, I couldn't cope with a newborn at the same time. Congratulations Chica. Runyourrun, the clipping thing that stays in the car? If yes than it is great as it is so easy to get the baby in and out of the car and when yours falls asleep during a journey you can just take him/her out into the house and s/he can continue with sleep. We got Anders a kitchen for Christmas. It is this one: http://www.elc.co.uk/Red-Retro-Kitchen/118447,default,pd.html I only paid £104 though as the box was labelled with a £130 sticker (probably their mistake, but hey ho my customer right) and had a 20% off voucher, so I really got a bargain. Got some accesories that go with it, such as pots and pans, toaster and kettle, play food and tins and in one of those home store shops I found a cute little washing machine as he is obsessed with ours (constantly putting things - cloths, toys, food - in and getting them out again). Thankfully we have a large kitchen/diner where it can go I just didn't want any more to clutter up my living room. Actually, what I wanted to ask. What are you doing with outgrown toys? Give away? Store? Sell? Next week I will re-decorate our living room and some of his things have to go, but I don't know if it is worth selling them or just giving them to charity. Has anyone tried netmums for that?