Friday, 11 January 2013

Baba and Boo Exclusive Nappy and T Shirt Giftset Review and Giveaway!


Baba and Boo miss hedgehog cloth nappy and t-shirt giftset - prize

As you know I have a 'slight' obsession with cloth nappies.... and I love finding a really good deal so I love Baba and Boo nappies! They are incredible value and fantastic quality. In fact they are probably the most reliable pocket style nappy in my 'stash!' I have reviewed the Baba and Boo Green spot Nappy in detail so do  have a read!

I love showing off my daughters gorgeous nappies and coordinating the with matching outfits so I was thrilled when at the end of November last year Baba and Boo launched a range of exclusive prints with matching nappies, T-shirts and accessories! There are six gorgeous exclusive designs: Little Miss Rabbit, Master Frog, Miss Hedgehog and Mr Fox make up the Enchanted Woodland Collection inspired by the books of Enid Blyton. The characters are adorable and made even more special by the adventures you can imagine them having in the Enchanted Wood! I have loved Enid Blyton's books since a young age now reading them to my children, and I agree with Eve from Baba and Boo the Far Away Tree does exist!!


Baba and Boo mr fox cloth nappy and t-shirt giftset - prize

The Vintage toy collection is made up of the very funky Russian Doll and Robots nappies and was inspired by customer suggestions!

We were sent a Miss Hedgehog nappy for Elizabeth and as soon as it arrived and I saw just how cute it was, I couldn't resist ordering her the matching t-shirt and wetbag too!
Baba and Boo miss hedgehog cloth nappy baby bum

The nappy 'outer' is  pocket style and comes with two microfibre inserts that can either be used on their own or together depending on how heavy a wetter you have or how long the nappy will be worn. Being Birth To Potty (BTP) the nappy is adjustable by poppers and will fit from approximately 8lb right the way through to potty training. The poppers used to fasten the nappy are really well placed giving a really good fit even on my tall but skinny two year old, they also have an extra popper on each side to prevent 'wing droop', which is great for smaller babies. 

The nappy washes well and both the outer and the microfibre inserts dry really quickly, even inside on a maiden which is handy in the winter months when you have no sunshine to dry them in. I do miss a washing line full of nappies, can't wait 'till summer!

Baba and Boo miss hedgehog t shirt

The t-shirt is bright pink and long sleeved with two buttons on one of the shoulders, so it's nice and easy to pop over little heads, the material is great quality and the appliqued 'Miss Hedgehog' on the front is just too cute!!


Baba and Boo miss hedgehog t shirt and cloth nappy outfit

Together they make a really funky outfit and Elizabeth has been walking round the house in just these and her boots! Such a shame to put a skirt on her to go outside!


I also purchased the matching double wetbag which fits around three to  four nappies and is really handy if you are just popping out fir a few hours and not the whole day, it has an elasticated loop handle which is great for popping on the buggy handles and has two zipped compartments, one for clean nappies, the other for dirty ones...

The Exclusive nappies are £10.95 each or £20.95 as a giftset with a matching T-shirt. The co-ordinating double wetbags are £7.50 each.

baba and boo tag

As a very special new year offer Baba and Boo are offering 20% off their entire range of Nappies, Clothes and Accessories when you enter promotion code BABA2013 at checkout before midnight on 13th January  (This Sunday). Make sure you like the Baba and Boo facebook page to keep upto date with all their offers, competitions and news!

Because Eve at Baba and Boo is just so nice, she is giving one very lucky My Mummy's Pennies reader the chance to win an exclusive giftset (Nappy and T-shirt) in the style and size of their choice!!

Just follow the Rafflecopter instructions to enter. Good Luck!





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I was sent the nappy free of charge for review but purchased the t shirt and wetbag myself. All opinions are my own.

Find more competitions at  ThePrizeFinder - UK Competitions

132 comments:

  1. Jane Dale-BeaumontSaturday, January 12, 2013

    Enid Blyton, absolutely wonderful.

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  2. I used to love enid blyton especially the far away tree. also cs lewis chronicles of narnia and jk rowling harry potter series

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  3. Enid Blyton but i also loved the worst witch!

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  4. My favourite book was the secret garden x

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  5. My favourite book was One Fish Two FIsh Red Fish Blue Fish by Dr Suess. I love the Nate the Great series too.

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  6. Beatrix Potter was my favourite I had the whole collection and would read them all over and over again

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  8. Enid Blyton and the Famous Five books! Awesome!

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  9. I loved Enid Blyton when I was young and then moved on to Judy Blume when older xxx

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  10. I loved The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe

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  11. I loved the Mr Men books - all of them. I had the entire set x

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  12. Enid Blyton - Secret Seven or Shadow the Sheepdog where my favourites x

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  14. Another Enid Blyton reader here. Also Roald Dahl especially "Fantastic Mr. Fox"
    Patricia Owen

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  15. I liked Shirley Hughes, Dogger especially.

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  16. the hungry caterpillar
    katrina day-reilly

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  17. to be honest, i dun have any! books are never my best friend

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  18. Enid Blyton was my childhood favourite :)

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  19. Alice in wonderland, pure fantasy!

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  20. Enid Blyton - The Wishing Chair was my favourite

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  21. Enid Blyton's the Far Away Tree was my favourite.

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  22. A.A. Milne - Winnie-the-Pooh

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  23. My absolute all time favourite book since childhood was/is "Oh what a busy day" by Gyo Fujikawa. I just loved the illustrations and how you could just dip into it and escape to another world. I still have my original copy (very tatty and ancient now - but too precious to let my own kids read it unsupervised!!!). They found it so funny that I was able to remember one of the poems in there so well as I had memorised it when i was about 7 or 8 years old. xxx

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  24. I loved Roald Dahl and Enid Blyton equally!

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  25. Enid Blyton, I have already got all the enchanted tree series ready for when my toddler is a bit older, i can't wait x

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  26. Roald dahl still love his books now.

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  27. Roald Dahl's Georges Marvelous Medicine was my favourite childhood book. It totally captured my imagination and I couln't get enough of Dahl's book after that.

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  28. We are loving Lauren Child at the moment xx

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  29. I love the Hobbit & Lord of the rings

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  30. Loved Roald Dahl. :)

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  31. I love The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. The illustrations are really arty and it conjures up snowy fun as a child.

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  32. At 13 i read all of helen forresters book, really made an impression on mex

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  33. Charlotte BatkinsSunday, January 13, 2013

    I loved Roald Dahl books as a kid.x

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  34. Thought this was goingto show my age but I see that I'm not the only Enid Blyton fan around.

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  35. Maggie prince and the wishing powder

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  36. Roald Dahl - Danny the Champion of the World

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  37. enid blyton books, i just loved them as a child, i read the famous five, the faraway tree, mallory towers etc

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  38. The Lion,The Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S.Lewis

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  39. Always loved Roald Dahl, would read anything he wrote.
    Mandy

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  40. as a child i loved the narnia books

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  41. I loved 'The Jolly Postman' by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. Opening the little letters used to thrill me lol! I was chuffed to find the book in my local charity shop last year and now my daughter enjoys it just as much as me :)

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  42. how do i choose?One of my favourites was Six Dinner Sid!

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  43. how do i choose?One of my favourites was Six Dinner Sid!

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  44. how do i choose?One of my favourites was Six Dinner Sid!

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  45. Beatrix Potter. I own all the books still and have passed them down to my son.

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  46. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  47. I love Roald Dahl, especially Matilda.

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  48. I loved Roald Dahl & Michelle Magorian.

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  49. I loved the Hungry Caterpillar

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  50. Enid Blyton - I loved the Magic Faraway Tree

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  51. i loved the jumblies by edward leer

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  52. I have always had a love of books and my fave as a child was the "Milly Molly Mandy" books, Wow, I feel so old, lol. My little boys favourite was always "The Smartest Giant in Town" and we had to read it EVERY bedtime now he picks his own books.

    Thanks for the chance to win x

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  53. I use to love Charlotte's web or Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
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    Xx

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  54. I loved the Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton, can't wait to start reading it to my lo's

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  55. Anything by Enid Blyton.

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  56. So many to choose from but my absolute favourite was A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett

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  57. anything by erid blyton

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  58. I loved Charlie and the Chocolate factory, by Roald Dahl.

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  59. The Lion,The Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S.Lewis

    jillwebb@blueyonder.co.uk

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  60. Roald Dahl - george's marvellous medicine

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  61. it was a book called mervin the mouse

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  62. Ive gone through Enid Blyton books like nothing when I was a child :)

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  63. We adore the worst witch in my house!

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  64. Enid blyton @lorrainesaeed

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  65. I always loved the Mrs Pepperpot books

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  66. Enid Blyton was my favourite

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  67. As a very young child, only Meg & Mog would do!

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  68. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe

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  69. i loved (and still do) the original Winnie the Pooh books

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  70. I really liked books by Raymond briggs and also Roald Dahl

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  71. I had every Jacqueline Wilson book! Loved them all!

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  72. I used to love all things Enid Blyton as a child

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  73. My favourite was the very hungry caterpillar

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  74. Enid Blyton and the Famous Five books were great. x

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  75. Roald Dahl all of the books were fab

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  76. I was a big Enid Blyton fan - especially the Famous Five!

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  77. Alison Uttley

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  78. My absolute favourite was What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge. But I did also love Roald Dahl too, particularly Matilda.

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  79. i used to love the worst witch book! x

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  80. I loved "Lustige Geschichten" by Vladimir Sutejew x

    @caro_mad

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  81. Was Roald Dahl, espically Charlie and the Glass elevator x

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  82. As a child my favourite author was definitely Enid Blyton and the Famous Five books!

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  83. Enid Blyton and Roald Dahl were my favourites :)

    Kellie Law

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  84. I used to love anything by Enid Blyton x

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  85. i used to love the chalet school books by elinor m brent dyer. i have some that were my mums, some that are my sisters and some i've collected myself, i still love to read them now

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  86. Danielle fernandesFriday, February 01, 2013

    I loved Enid blyton's faraway tree too! And Roald Dahl! :) x

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  87. My fave books were the faraway tree series by Enid Blyton, in fact anything by Blyton I loved!

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  88. Enid Blyton,s Famous Five and Secret Seven were my favourite books.looking forward to when my daughter is old enough to read these

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  89. The Tale of Peter Rabbit: - Beatrix Potter Adorable

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  90. Richard Scarry, Big big world was my favourite

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  91. I loved anything by Enid Blyton

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  92. Roald Dahl was my favourite author.
    Even now , when I read his books to my eldest daughter , the magic really captures me!

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  93. I was obsessed with a book called Piggy Pink....haven't seen it for years though must be out of print.

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  94. Probably The Faraway Tree series :)

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  95. i liked the roald dahl books especially the BFG

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  96. Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter, still love it today, or any of the Walt Disney titles, loved reading them to my kids too.

    @tjsi1963

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  97. i still have old Enid Blyton,s books from when i was little i love them :)

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  98. I used to love the Nancy Drew mysteries :)

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  99. Michelle Magorian with Goodnight Mr. Tom - still remember reading it when I was 7 and crying my eyes out! It is such a beautiful story. I still have that book and 2 more of the same book as I wore them all out reading them so many times!

    Tweeted/Followed as @EmaKinsella

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  100. Oh, couldn't access rafflecopter things to open up tweet entries as I don't have facebook but tweeted/followed anyway @EmaKinsella

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  101. I loved Enid Blyton

    Shaz V.

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  102. My favourite author was always Enid Blyton

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  103. Roald Dahl. I still enjoy his books now :)

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  104. The Lion,The Witch and the Wardrobe is my favourite

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  105. My favourite book was The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis. Still one of my favourites and I am going to read it to my son.

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