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Wadi.com Launches Baby and Toys Category in UAE and Saudi

Shopping For Babies in the UAE and Saudi Just Got So Much Easier

Looking after a newborn can be tiring to say the least, but shopping for things like diapers, clothes and toys is about to get easier. At least in the UAE and Saudi Arabia…

Wadi.com, which delivers to those countries within the region, has finally launched a Baby Care and Toys section, meaning new parents have one less reason to hit the manic stores in person. The website will be selling brands such as Pampers and Motorola, so there's really no excuse to run out of baby wipes now you can order in bulk without worrying about carrying it home!

"We needed a lot of stuff to better prepare ourselves as we enter the new phase of parenthood," new father, 29-year-old Saleh al Dosary, said about the changes. "The selection in the nearby Baby Care and Toys store was limited to China-made 'True Copy' Strollers and baby gears with no warranty coverage or stuff which was not certified by the authorities as safe for the babies."

Happy shopping moms and dads!

Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Grace Hitchcock
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