Grobag Swaddle blankets, buy one get one half price @ bump to 3 £11.99 for 1, £17.99 for 2 use voucher for free del - HotUKDeals
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Young babies love to feel all snug and secure, just like when they were in mummy's tummy. Grobag swaddle is simply a clever shaped wrap that goes round your baby with no need for poppers, Velcro® or ties. Just enough fabric to keep your baby snug, but not so much that they get too hot or have to be wound up like a bandage. Perfect. Fingers crossed for a good night's sleep all round.

* Lightweight jersey cotton shaped wrap
* 0-3 months (max weight 14lbs/6.5kg)
* Suitable for over or underarm swaddling
* Recreates the comforting and soothing feeling of being in the womb
* Available in 4 fresh designs, A Grand Day Out, A Little Adventure, Blossom Fair & Organic
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good deal...especially when u need to buy 2!! hehe!

have some heat :)
I know, these buy 1 get one half price and BOGOF offers are perfect for me :)
Great price, Hot!

BUT tbh you dont really need these - its so easy to learn how to swaddle using a sheet/blanket. Never used one of these and saved a fortune :)
I had been going to buy blankets, but these are about the same price as a decent blanket anyway! I still have cellular blankets on my (very long) list too. It's hard to know what to get and what not to get.
I will add, just incase its useful to anyone, my Midwife gave me a row for swaddling our newborn using blankets because you are creating so many layers. Instead she told me to use a sheet for swaddling, then put blankets over to add the required layers - helps to stop over-heating (and the obvious implications). I had no idea before that but switched soon as she told us :)
Mugs. Just use blankets (or sheets as above).

(Frustrated at 'new' parents getting caught up in expensive and unnecessary trappings, and I'm not a hippy! )

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