Sparkly Sunday My Baby Stuff Wishlist!

Sunday, 17 April 2016

Hi there lovelies,

Welcome along to Sparkly Sunday. Today's a little different as I thought I would share some super fabulous Baby items with you. 
This I guess is my Baby wishlist! 


1.  Cosatto Zoomi Car Seat
(Photo thanks to Direct2Mum)
If you've watched our vlogs you'll know already that I'm a HUGE Cosatto fan. We've already got a Cosatto highchair for Lewis and his pram is a Cosatto Giggle Travel System. I love surrounding Lewis with colour as I think colour really has an effect on your mood and I think having your little one surrounded by colour is a positive thing. Anyhow's enough about that, I  just adore this Cosatto Zoomi Car seat it's bright and it's got a 5 point safety harness. Also I've found a fab deal on Direct2Mum it's £116.95 right now (17th April 2016) plus it's free delivery! Bargain! 

2.Cheeky Rascals Love to Inventa 1.0 Tog Sleeping Bag


(Photo thanks to Direct2Mum)
I love using sleeping bags. Lewis sleeps really well in them and has done since about 6 months old. They can be a little pricey however I have found that they wash really well. I totally love this lovely owl design. This is a Cheeky Rascals Sleeping Bag and it's £34.99.
3. Koo-di Bath Toy Caddie - Polka
(Photo thanks to Direct2Mum)
If you're a mum or dad reading this you'll probably be like us and have loads of bath toys scattered around the bathroom hiding in amongst the shower gel and shampoo. 
However how cool is this? It's £17.00.
4. Close Parent Swim Nappy - Robo
(Photo thanks to Direct2Mum)
I'm so in love with this quirky fabulous swim nappy design and after reading about the design I think we need this in our lives for when Lewis starts swimming soon. Love it! This is £8.50
5. Beurer Pacifier Thermometer
(Photo thanks to Direct2Mum)


If you watch our vlogs and follow social media you'll know that Lewis has been poorly recently with a really bad ear infection and we had a nightmare with his temperature going up really high. Having this Beurer Pacifier Themometer would have been really helpful. It's £10.99

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