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Old 08-02-2008, 10:56 AM
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Default Clever duvet idea for first beds

My Bumpto3 catalogue has just arrived, and in it is advertised the most clever idea I've seen in a while - a duvet for a first bed, which zips onto the fitted bottom sheet!

http://www.bumpto3.com/category.aspx...ets_and_duvets

The next step up from the grobag.

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Old 08-02-2008, 11:17 AM
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that's really good, thanks for posting that sharon... i will definately get one in a few months time!

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That's a really clever idea! Thanks for that, Sharon.

I'll definitely look into this. I've just bought Hannah a giant gro-bag as she's too tall for the others and I've been putting off taking down the sides of her cot-bed, but this could be the answer for us.

I bet she'll still end up upside down and I'll go into her room to find a pair of feet on her pillow

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has anyone bought one of these yet?
they're quite pricey at around 50.00 for the bedding and another 20.00 for the quilt so i want to be sure they are worth the money before i get one!

anyone?

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I was wondering the same thing....... with Ali in mind

bet if you get one you would of gone for the pink cats and dogs one
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bet if you get one you would of gone for the pink cats and dogs one
maybe.... or the pink stripe one!
i'm afraid poppy is a bit of a pink princess

how about you?.. space race?

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how about you?.. space race?

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actually i was looking at the cheeky monkey
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I bought the "cheeky monkey" one for Daniel

We haven't yet turned his cot into a bed, but hopefully will be doing that within the next couple of weeks, but I was buying stuff off Bump-to-3 anyway, and as I was earning some cashback too, I went ahead and bought the duvet set as well.

I will let you know how he gets on.

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