Easter is on the horizon – this excites me for many reasons, the main one being two weeks off school with my babies but there’s also the chocolate . . . Aunty Nic is exceptionally good friends with the Easter Bunny so we all get thoroughly spoiled at Easter. Traditionally the Easter Bunny writes a letter to the kids and then hides goodies from the whole family around my parents’ garden for them to find. I’m not quite sure how this will pan out this Easter as we’re going to be away – perhaps he will make an exception and set up his Easter egg hut on a different day. Either way, the generosity of the Easter Bunny means that Dave and I don’t buy Easter chocolate for the kids. Instead we tend to treat them to a new book or perhaps a top. If you’re looking for an alternative treat this Easter then Amy has been testing out the Cuddledry Snuggle Bunny for you!
As £32.99 this isn’t a cheap present, in fact it isn’t a cheap towel either. What it is though is the cutest, softest, fluffiest hooded towel you could wish for. Hooded towels are usually the territory of babies (is there anything cuter than a freshly bathed baby wrapped in a snuggly hooded towel?) but they are quickly outgrown and I’ve always thought that was a bit of a shame – a hooded towel is so useful and so cosy! (There’s a reason why Dave insists on a hood on his dressing gown!)
Amy fell in love with her Cuddledry Snuggle Bunny towel the moment she put it on – and I can see why. The superfine microfibre is so ridiculously soft that it doesn’t even really feel like a towel, more like you’ve rolled out of the bath and into a super absorbent blanket! She loves the hood with it’s floppy bunny ears and the little popper to keep it fastened on, oh and the bunny tail on the bag is a cute detail too! It’s way easier to chuck the Snuggle Bunny towel on her and let her hop about for a few minutes than it is to wrangle her dry with a normal (somewhat rough) towel. Though, as Cuddledry themselves say, the problem comes when you want to catch her to take it off and get her dressed! She thinks its hilarious to bounce around singing “Hop little bunnies, hop hop hop” – it was very cute the first time . . .
I had been a bit worried that the first time I washed the Cuddledry Snuggle Bunny towel that it would lose some of it’s softness but nope, it washes beautifully.
The Cuddledry Snuggle Bunny towel should fit children around age 3-6 years and at 3, it wraps around Amy generously – almost touching the floor so so hopefully she will get a couple of years of use out of it yet which, when you look at the old “cost per wear” means that the £30+ price tag isn’t quite so painful after all.
*We received the Cuddledry Snuggle Bunny hooded towel free of charge for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions remain my own*