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My birthday month giveaway

So in just a few short hours we’ll be flying off for our family holiday to KL and KK. I’m so excited but also a little apprehensive of any unexpected dramas we might encounter with this holiday being Nathan’s first plane and trip he’s first venture outside of Perth/WA.

I shall not be abandoning you all completely because as promised, I now unveil to you the details of the long awaited giveaway

If you didn’t know, November is my birthday month, and I sort of wanted to celebrate it with giving a little pressie to someone – something different and fun I guess.

So I’m giving away this lovely Pea Pods Pocket Nappy Set


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The set comprises of a pocket nappy, a bamboo trifold insert, and a mini wet bag.

The pocket nappy features a PUL outer, stay-dry lining on the inside, and a double row of snaps. It’s a size medium designed for babies from 6 months up to 3 years old or 8-16 kg.

The trifold insert goes inside the pocket nappy or can also be used in a number of alternative ways besides just as a basic insert.

The wet bag is a PUL-lined drawstring bag perfectly sized to hold one nappy, or a couple of inserts, or several cloth wipes, or I’m sure you can think of other ways it might come in handy as well.

If you’d like to put your hand up to say you’d like to have it, head on over here to see how you can join in.

This is a personal giveaway and not in any way commercially affiliated with Pea Pods or any other related parties or organisations. It is simply just me and myself wanting to share some fluffy love. No strings attached.

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