11/02/2015

aden + anais toddler towel - review & competition



I have been a fan of and have been following aden + anais ever since I fell pregnant with Noah over two years ago now. They are a brand known for creating beautifully crafted pieces which are so gentle on your child skin. When you buy from aden + anais you know you are investing in quality.



aden + anais was founded by a Mother and initially sold muslin wraps but over the years the brand has branched out and now you can buy towels, baby clothes, sleeping bags and much more.



I was recently asked if I would like to review an aden + anais toddler towel. 
I chose the twinkle design as the delicate stars really appealed to me and being gender neutral it would be perfect to pass down to any future babies too. I was really looking forward to it's arrival being such a fan of the brand already. We had only tried the muslin wraps so I was very interested to see if the towels matched up to the same high standard.




On opening I noted how fine the quality was! The terry towel was so soft to touch and I couldn't wait to wrap Noah up in it. I loved how it was already pre washed so I could use it straight away and know it will only get softer the more it is washed.




The toddler towel costs £28.95 which is a lot more than I would usually pay for just one towel but with it being from aden + anais, with it being so high quality I do think it's worth it. Another product from the brand which has ticked every box for us.

Do you like the sound of this toddler towel? Well here is your chance to win one of your own, in your choice of design! To enter all you need to do is use the rafflecopter form below. Good luck and don't forger to enter all my other competitions too.


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112 comments:

  1. i have to say the next 2 me crib has been fantastic this last few weeks!

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  2. I love the Braun No Touch dual thermometer forehead as its easy to use!

    Ashleigh

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  3. I'd recommend a baby carrier (we have a Baby Bjorn one) because it means you can actually have two hands to get things done - a luxury as parents!!

    Helen x

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  4. Braun No Touch dual thermometer forehead

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  5. I'd recommend a moses basket - they are cosier than a large cot and can be placed beside your bed for the first few months.

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  6. Muslins as they come in so handy for mopping up

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  7. Aden + Anais muslin swaddle blankets are my favourite!

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  8. cot mobile was the best thing we bought for Milly. It really did help her to fall asleep.

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  9. I love the braun no touch forehead thermometer.

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  10. Anything that lets you co sleep as its so easy especially after a c section

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  11. The towels are my favourite, they're just the right size and wash really well.x

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  12. cotton nappies,,save the Planet

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  13. Sleepy head was best thing we have used

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  14. I love swaddling muslin wraps - so useful

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  15. A swing! It was like having an extra pair of hands around :)

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  16. baby carrier - especially if you use buses a lot or go somewhere with lots of stairs

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  17. Reusable wipes, they work so much better. Love them for sticky hands and faces.

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  18. A baby carrier, it makes life so much easier!

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  19. Dr browns bottles for their anti colic properties x

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  20. The Tomee Tippee Perfect Prep was my absolute godsend

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  21. Muslins....you can live without anything else but you will use muslins for everything!

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  22. babasac - it is a multitog sleeping bag which can be used all year round

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  23. Baby sleeping bags- Gro bags to be specific. They have so many togs, sizes & designs and even ones for the car/pram. Couldn't have done without mine :) xx

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  24. Sleeping bags, a must in my opinion. You don't have to worry about your baby/toddler over heating or being too cold, or pulling their blanket over their head or moving around and not having it on them at all. Such a piece of mind. Ben is 2 and a half and we still use them!

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  25. If bottle feeding the Milton cold water steriliser so much cheaper

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  26. I would say a bottle warmer beside your bed on chilly evenings.

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  27. Aden and anais swaddling muslins! Not only are they super soft and great quality, they are great for keeping baby secure and calm x

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  28. Definitely a baby carrier (sling type) as it makes life a whole lot easier and you can get on with doing the chores ect too x

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  29. I would actually recommend aden and anis giant muslins. They are so versatile and they are my go to present when a friend has a baby. I love them and more importantly so does Monkey x #TriedTested

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  30. a wrap or sling for when there clingy there a life saver when you need to do chores and have a baby that wont go down x

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  31. My number one top product was the tippitoes baby bath with the raised back, it made our lives so much easier.

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  32. Muslin cloths, and lots of them. wipe up sick, food, spills, then wash and reuse. love it.

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  33. We are big Aden & Anais fans, and this towel is utterly gorgeous. Might have to get one lol. Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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  34. My perfect prep was a lifesaver during the night feeds x

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  36. A sling or ergonomic baby carrier. They can be a lifesaver for getting things done especially if you have a clingy baby or more than 1 child.

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  37. muslin cloths they are so useful for wiping up any messes

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  38. Tommee Tippee prep machine (unless you're breastfeeding) this was the best thing we got when our little guy was small and extremely impatient waiting for his milk!

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  39. Nipple protectors! Seriously if it wasn't for these I may have given up on breastfeeding

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  40. baby wipes, they can be used for so many things

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  41. a baby carrier - good for walking around busy city centres

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  42. The crib that goes next to the bed is a brilliant idea, I wish I had one when my kids were babies as it would have made it so much easier! :)

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  43. Muslins as they have so many uses :)

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  44. falon Miller says - Dream 'n' Play travel cot it's perfect for putting baby in whilst you get on with housework/etc and they can safely nap in there if needed. Mesh sides make it easy to keep and eye on little one. Would have been lost without mine!

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  45. I'm still in the middle of my first pregnancy. I would definitely recommend breast pads - for obvious reasons! Great competition!

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  46. A sling. They are a god send when trying to do things round the house if you have a clingy or colicy baby like I did!

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  47. a swing or baby rocker can be very useful indeed!

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  48. Muslin squares are a lifesaver, so many used!

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  49. Metanium cream for nappy rash. Its a lifesaver!

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  50. Aden & Anais burby bibs are brilliant & we used them for so many different things.

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  51. wipes. take them everywhere with you and you'll be surprised what they come in handy for.

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  52. I love leggings for babies, really cute and comfy!

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  53. A door hanging bouncer for baby to sit and bounce in my two loved it.

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  54. Muslins. (I had 2 sicky babies!!)

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  55. I would go for a baby carrier because it makes life alot easier.x

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  56. a sling so you can get things down when baby doesn't want to be put down

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  57. I would recommend some sleeping bags and go for different tog ratings for summer and winter months :)

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  58. A swaddle blanket it helped me get my 2 boys sleeping alone

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  59. Definitely muslins and lots of them!

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  60. Moses basket so they can sleep near you at all times

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  61. Muslin Cloths because they are useful for everything, especially if you have a sicky baby :)

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  62. Braun No Touch dual thermometer forehead...So useful

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  63. Muslins - handy for everything!

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  64. A good quality mei tai baby sling. Absolutely LOVED baby wearing and would recommend it to anyone :)

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  65. Babywipes! They are great for everything.

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  66. Swaddle blankets, really helps with establishing a sleep routine in the early months.

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  67. a decent bra! even if you dont breastfeed

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    1. THIS! Can I second this! Please, all ladies out there, GET A DECENT BRA. Somehow I never did and I'm really paying for it now :( Damn you, gravity.

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  68. a decent bra! even if you dont breastfeed

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    1. So important she posted it twice. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE get a good bra, I didn't and it's my biggest pregnancy/breastfeeding regret :(

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  69. Baby sleeping bag, takes the worry out of baby being too cold or too hot.

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  70. i love my closer to nature tommee tippee thermometer, its been a lifesaver when my children have been poorly and was bought as a gift by my mum

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  71. Sudocrem for baby's sore bottom!

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  72. I'd recommend a decent baby monitor like the angel care

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  73. Muslins all the way..... so many uses

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  74. A baby sling/carrier - great for keeping baby with you

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  75. moby sling or the muslin squares

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  76. Grobag! Kept my little ones snug & I'm sure it helped them sleep soundly through the night!

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  77. This towel is so cute. Love Aden & Anais products! I would recommend muslins just because Amelia loves them!!!

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  78. blackout blinds - worked a treat with my little girl who was a fab sleeper from the start - son wasn't such a good sleeper, but the blinds definitely helped!

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  79. Baby wipes you can never have too many, they are a life saver

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  80. I would recommend baby wipes... LOTS of baby wipes...

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  81. Gosh, that's tricky. After baby wipes I would choose a swaddle blanket. They come in all sorts of fabrics and sizes but what they have in common is a feeling of security.

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  82. A baby carrier made things so much easier.

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  83. I would recommend a decent baby monitor, it gives you peace of mind x

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  84. As a Neonatal Nurse - it has to be muslin squares - so useful and versatile - can even be put on your baby's mattress in an incubator to assist lactation and establishing breastfeeding

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  85. As a Neonatal Nurse - it has to be muslin squares - so useful and versatile - can even be put on your baby's mattress in an incubator to assist lactation and establishing breastfeeding

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  86. oh my goodness, it took me a while to think there. it seems like ages since i was mum to a newborn :( the jumperoo was probably the best thing we've ever purchased although its not strictly newborn. both my kids were quite clingy but the jumperoo meant i could get housework etc done whilst they were kept safe and entertained

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  87. love the braun no touch forehead thermometer.

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  88. A baby swing for when you actually want to have a few minutes to do dishes or make dinner

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  89. a baby bouncer (or similar) because they're so useful to pop them somewhere safe and keep them amused!

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  90. Large muslin cloths. Very useful for lots of things :)

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  91. Sleeping bags! They are brilliant

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  92. I love all the bandana dribble bibs because they look stylish as well as being so functional. @jaizduck

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  93. baby wipes - used for everything from wiping over supermaket seats and high chairs, to wiping sticking hands/faces and of course dirty bums!

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  94. Baby no3 is a week old, my breast pump and nipple shields have saved me this time round! @keeccles

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  95. A bedside crib, we have had one for our 2nd and 3rd baby and it makes things so much easier!

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  96. muslin cloths and plenty of them

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  97. It's not really a baby product, but someone suggested I buy lots of pegs for the washing line when I was due with my first. I did, and they really came in handy.

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  98. A digital thermometer is a must have - so much easier to check babies temp.

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  99. There's no need to keep worrying about a person's baby/toddler through heating up and also remaining very freezing, and also pushing its quilt through its travel and also moving around without owning them built in in the least. These a form of imagination. David is definitely couple of . 5 plus most people continue to utilize them!

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