Aldi Baby & Toddler Event

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I love doing our food shop at Aldi, as they always have some fantastic deals instore – not just on food, but on other items too! This week they are having another of their ‘Baby & Toddler Events’ – an amazing selection of products for your little ones at fantastic prices. It is available instore from the 19th of April, and online at aldi.co.uk from the 15th April.

I always make a point of popping in store when one of these events are on, as they always have such a good selection of products. This time around they have a fabulous rocking chair for just £149.99 – it would be perfect for those middle of the night feeds if you have a little baby! There are also highchairs, sleeved blankets, baby carriers, bath toys, books, baby wipes, sleeping bags, baby monitors and much more.

Aldi kindly sent us a selection of products available, and once again we were amazed at the quality as well as the range of goods available. Beastie loves the sleeved blanket so much, it’s super soft and will be perfect for car journey’s as it is easy to slip on over his car seat straps. The nursery rhyme book with sound is lovely for littlies to be read, or to look at themselves whilst listening to the song.

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Beastie has really enjoyed using this ‘Frist Words’ book that comes with a dry wipe pen, he’s been practising tracing over the letters and is getting really good!

My favourite product was the bamboo plate, bowl and cup set. It is super cute which is also a bonus but perfectly sized for a toddler. The cup is just the right size for them to hold in their hands, I love that the plate is sectioned in too and the bowl has a lip all the way around making it toddler-friendly.

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Don’t forget – the next Aldi Mamia Baby & toddler Specialbuy Event is available online from Sunday 15th April and in stores on Thursday 18th April.

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