I’ve heard a lot about Cuddledry towels, and even remember seeing them on Dragons Den but I had thought that they were only available for teeny babies. So when I learnt that they also have them for bigger children I was very pleasantly surprised.
Both of my children were using Ikea hooded towels and had done for years but as much as I don’t want to admit it, my kids are getting bigger and they are getting too small for them now. So I’m really pleased that we got our hands on one of these Cuddledry Snuggle Bunny towels.
One thing that I really love about this Cuddledry towel is that it has a little popper at the top to keep the towel closed and ensure your child stays snuggly and warm after their bath. Evie always used to get annoyed with her old towel when it wouldn’t stay closed, so something as simple as a little popper has saved a fair few tantrums for us!
I have to admit that I’m really fussy when it comes to how absorbent towels are, and especially with the kids as I want them to be dry as quickly as possible before they get cold. When the Cuddledry first arrived I noticed how amazingly soft it was and after the first use I was super impressed with how absorbent it was, which is thanks to the superfine microfibre fabric.
When the kids were smaller I used to love those post bath time snuggles but these days they are too busy moaning that they are cold and rushing to get dressed as quickly as possible. The Cuddledry towel has given me those precious cuddles back because Evie is warm and cosy and in absolutely no rush to get dressed. She actually curled up on my bed at one point and nearly fell asleep!
Not only are these towels great for bathtime but they are also ideal for swimming or even the beach. Cuddledry have towels for newborns right up to kids around six years old. The towel that we have is available in a monkey and bear design too, they are super cute! I’m definitely going to be ordering the monkey one for Max, I know he will love it!
The Cuddledry Snuggle Bunny towel is priced at £32.99.
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