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Laura Loves.. Gro Company Winter Warmers

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Laura Loves.. Gro Company Winter Warmers
With rising heating bills and the threat of a cold blast on its way I always feel the pressure with children in the house to keep things cosy and warm.

Throughout the night as much as I’d like the heating on full blast my bank balance won’t allow for it so to keep my little Noah warm I have been investing in some ideal new products from the Gro Company.

For the colder months they have a fantastic 3.5 tog Grobag. Just holding it in your hand, it’s a thick super soft velour that you know will feel comforting next to a baby’s skin (and probably not bad next to mine if I could squeeze into it!)

I’ve always been partial to the Gro Company’s range of sleeping bags. I think it’s reassuring that they have stayed focused on them to ensure they are as safe as they can be, and also I can’t argue that the fact they focus on sleep, one of the largest bugbears with my little ones, so I am sure they have in some way helped the Mason household get into a smoother bedtime routine.

But back to the new 3.5 tog Grobags - they are made with a 100% cotton outer and jersey lining and each design features a unisex appliqué and embroidery detail. They have been designed with colder temperatures in mind so ideal for winter, and also abroad in colder countries if you’re worried about going on holiday.
Gro Silver SeaLion

Popping Noah (aged 10 months) into the 6 l8month bag I found that due to the generous sizing there is ample room for him to romp and twist in his sleep without feeling restricted but ensuring he is covered and snug enough throughout the night. I’d like to say he slept through without fuss but this is Noah we are talking about, and the best results for him was that he slept as well as usual and while keeping an eye on the baby monitor I noted that the bag was unrestrictive and he was happy sleeping in his usual positions.

I’ve often wondered why Grobags are sleeveless and have seen sleeping bags with sleeves, which I thought were a good idea, I recently learnt that its a safety aspect to allow baby’s heat to circulate and prevent them from overheating. On the flip side I do fear little arms would be colder than their body which is where the new Gro-suit come into the picture.

In essence, the Gro-suit is a super soft babygro but with padded quilted sleeves to provide some extra warmth throughout the night when paired with a Grobag. Many of the designs available coordinate with the Grobags so little ones can be perfectly styled for bed!

The 3.5 tog Grobags are available in sizes 0-6, 6-18 and 18-36 months with prices starting from £34.99 and Gro-suits are priced £15.99 for a twin pack from www.Gro.co.uk.

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Mum to 2 Under 3 and just finished maternity leave, Laura is a journalist and Mum. She enjoys reviewing products with her children, exploring new trends and more importantly, life as a mummy. 'Continuously trying to get a ‘grip’ of motherhood and back to a size 10!'

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