I’ve written about how much I love our (borrowed) Sleepycozy sleeping bag. In time for Easter (and hopefully the advent of warmer weather) the company has kindly given Mumfidential two pairs of short pyjamas, one floral and one with a tug boat pattern to give away. See below for details of how to enter the competition.
Charlie Gray and Nina Pittman, who run Sleepycosy from their homes in West Sussex and have six children between them, are also offering Mumfidential readers 10 per cent off the full range of sleeping bags and pyjamas. Simply enter your discount code (APRIL15) when ordering online at www.sleepycozy.com
Sleepycozy’s beautiful nightwear has been immensely popular for over 10 years, loved by mummies for their wear and wash-ability and requested by children for their fun yet stylish prints. These classic designs made of pure cotton are wonderful quality at affordable prices.
The Sleepycozy sleeping bag was designed by Julie Kent (of Kent & Carey) over 20 years ago and was the first British made baby/toddler sleeping bag to be approved by the Cot Death Society. It was quickly recognised as an ingenious way to keep babies safely warm (without overheating), whilst allowing complete freedom of movement. The two zips ensure an easy nappy change and years of testing and research have shown that the 100% cotton/quilted design is brilliantly machine washable, without losing it’s shape.