Baby Sleep Bags only 10p in B&M
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Baby Sleep Bags only 10p in B&M

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Found 16th May 2015
Baby sleeping bag.

Available in two sizes and four great colours/designs. 0-6, 6-12.

Suitable from birth.

Machine washabale.

100% cotton

Colour: Cream

Design: Little Bear

Available Designs: Blue Ziggy Elephant, Green Ollie Owl, Pink Pretty Kitty

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Off for a little wander when 9am comes....can't keep squeezing my 9 month old into his 0-6 ones forever!

Heading into town later. Fingers crossed our store is sticking these

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mrsfmarshall

Heading into town later. Fingers crossed our store is sticking these


Stocking these not sticking!!

Would a small wild goose fit into one of these?

Which store please? Or nationwide?

National depending on stock levels

Did you actually manage to find one of these??
saw them on their website the other day: £1 reduced to 10p but figured something must be wrong as they were never £1 in the first place

Good luck trying to find a B&M 10p deal waste of time!

Pointless post unless someone actually find them instore.
Edited by: "BarmyBulldog" 16th May 2015

None in my local

Not in mine either I rung instead of dragging both kids out and got told they are Aware of the deal but as far as they know, it's literally just a handful of stores across the country.

Called about 10 stores all said they have never had these is store
So cold until someone finds them in store

Wonder how many market traders will be selling these later like the 10p baby grows from a few months back...

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Doods1875

Would a small wild goose fit into one of these?



Haha! Gags!

Great for carrying melons

I'm not sure why they were only £1 to start with? These things go for much more on average. What's wrong with them?

i could never work out why anyone uses these instead of a blanket if i am honest. one of those if it aint broke, dont fix it kind of things.

Sleep bags are brilliant, problem with blankets is, when they start getting older, they move out from under them and get cold. Our son loved his bags to sleep in and our next will be in them as well. If it contributed to him sleeping through from 4 months then it is worth every penny. If this deal is non existent Morrison's have nice grobags that don't cost the earth

Wibblefish

i could never work out why anyone uses these instead of a blanket if i am … i could never work out why anyone uses these instead of a blanket if i am honest. one of those if it aint broke, dont fix it kind of things.


Babies pull blankets over their faces and die from asphyxiation.

Shaydog

Babies pull blankets over their faces and die from asphyxiation.



Yes, agreed, the peace of mind they give you is priceless.

Im sorry but I would not be putting my little one in a 10 pence sleep bag.

Home Bargains sell them around £6 which I think is still good, I paid £20 for a gro bag and it's nice but these are just as good. My due date is next week... Hurry up baby!!

its really good price but is it good quality? i wont buy something for my baby which is not good quality even if its for free.....

preetypink

its really good price but is it good quality? i wont buy something for my … its really good price but is it good quality? i wont buy something for my baby which is not good quality even if its for free.....


Ha ha, that's a cracker...X)

mrsfmarshall

CommentStocking these not sticking!!



mrsfmarshall

CommentStocking these not sticking!!


Don't you have some homework to mark Miss

I'll stick with the good old fashioned blankets thanks very much. Hasn't done us any harm for generations now, even a rumoured price of 10p wont tempt me.
Im not one of those people who fall for the don't do this or you're not allowed to use that brigade. All a load of rubbish. I'd love to know how we have survived before these idiotic things were invented

COLD

Is this a joke this sleeping bag looked like it would barely fit a doll let alone an adult. Wasted trip thanks for nothing

hursty321

COLDIs this a joke this sleeping bag looked like it would barely fit a … COLDIs this a joke this sleeping bag looked like it would barely fit a doll let alone an adult. Wasted trip thanks for nothing



The clue in in the title

Omg there are some stupid people on here what do you want for 10p get a grip and for people saying it wouldn't fit a doll let alone a adult REALLY you obviously have not read the thread properly they are for BABYS

mommarto6

Omg there are some stupid people on here what do you want for 10p get a … Omg there are some stupid people on here what do you want for 10p get a grip and for people saying it wouldn't fit a doll let alone a adult REALLY you obviously have not read the thread properly they are for BABYS



Yes you are right very stupid people on here

hursty321

Yes you are right very stupid people on here


Ha ha ha...this is better than Eastenders....keep it up everyone....X)

PatientMummy

I'll stick with the good old fashioned blankets thanks very much. Hasn't … I'll stick with the good old fashioned blankets thanks very much. Hasn't done us any harm for generations now, even a rumoured price of 10p wont tempt me. Im not one of those people who fall for the don't do this or you're not allowed to use that brigade. All a load of rubbish. I'd love to know how we have survived before these idiotic things were invented



I like your way of thinking.

We have been using blankets for years and years. My generation has seen in excess of 100 babies grow up using a blanket at night. All of them reached adulthood and none of them died of asphyxiation.

Research changes all the time. Soon they will be saying don't use these gro bags as the child can't move around and can suffocate.

Heat added by the way - still a good price if anyone can get it.

If you can't get one - just go to Poundland and buy an onion/potato bag with drawstring, for £1 - look just the right size for a baby!
Edited by: "jhw" 17th May 2015

They had some disney baby bottles in blue /pink the other day for 10p as they are discontinuing them. Also the 'little and loud' range looks likes it being discontinued too. B&M don't seem to mark down the actual item so you have to get them to price check at the till. They had packs of 2 baby hats for 60p and scratch mitts for 50p.

speedy2014

I like your way of thinking. :DWe have been using blankets for years and … I like your way of thinking. :DWe have been using blankets for years and years. My generation has seen in excess of 100 babies grow up using a blanket at night. All of them reached adulthood and none of them died of asphyxiation.Research changes all the time. Soon they will be saying don't use these gro bags as the child can't move around and can suffocate.Heat added by the way - still a good price if anyone can get it.



Serious question for you both... How do you keep a baby warm when they will not stay under a blanket?

Tried swaddling, but she gets out of it no matter how tight.

So please, enlighten me.

10p???? going to check in my local store today!

PatientMummy

I'll stick with the good old fashioned blankets thanks very much. Hasn't … I'll stick with the good old fashioned blankets thanks very much. Hasn't done us any harm for generations now, even a rumoured price of 10p wont tempt me. Im not one of those people who fall for the don't do this or you're not allowed to use that brigade. All a load of rubbish. I'd love to know how we have survived before these idiotic things were invented



A bit harsh.

Not all of us have that knowledge so we do out best to look at current research to see what the best things are for our little ones. And if you do your research today, you are very likely to come across a grobag which has excellent reviews. I did this and found it to be a great buy.
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