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Win 1 of 4 Bambino Merino PJ sets.

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A natural collection of inspiring silky soft merino clothing and baby sleeping bags

Bambino Merino have created a luxurious range of natural baby wear and baby sleeping bags made from the finest New Zealand merino wool, an ecological, pure fabric. Lightweight and silky soft, merino wool is perfectly suited to wearing next to delicate skin. Even babies with eczema can wear it without their skin becoming irritated. Its breathable natural fibres regulate body temperature, keeping baby comfortable, safe and warm (but never too hot) in all seasons making it ideal for year-round wear.

All Bambino Merino's garments are machine washable and can be tumble dried on a low heat. New to the range are some gorgeous pyjamas in Blue, Pink, Ivory, or Sage. 12-18 months & 18 -24 months. £24.95. The tops are made from superfine merino wool (the same fabric as the bodysuits/sleepsuits) and the bottoms are 100% cotton. They look very cute on their own or beneath a bambino merino baby sleeping bag for a co-ordinated bedtime ensemble!

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sounds like a brillant idea, especially as can be used by sensitive skin as i found it really hard to find clothing that did'nt itch for my daughter
by 1pmt 23rd Jan 2008, 10:45am
living in chilly Scotland this would be just the thing to keep cosy in at night time. In fact, I would be tempted to wear one in my size!
by shazicowfan 23rd Jan 2008, 10:42am
We have a family history of eczema, and considered ourselves very knowedgeable on the subject.
However, I did not realise that merino wool was safe for eczema sufferers - you learn something new every day!
by silverpoodle 23rd Jan 2008, 10:07am
The pj's are made from the finest New Zealand merino wool, with makes them safe for baby not only that - they look gorgeous, as if you needed an excuse to pick up your child.
by JellyBaby2 23rd Jan 2008, 10:02am
Merino wool comes from Australia and I have actually got a picture of me standing under the Merino Lamb - it is a statue
by Mazzie 23rd Jan 2008, 9:59am
by AskBaby11016 23rd Jan 2008, 9:57am
These look great- my 1st baby is due in june so looking forward to trying these out.
by staceyrudd 23rd Jan 2008, 9:56am
Bambino Merino use wool that comes from New Zealand. These pyjamas look really cosy and comfortable, l would absulutely love some for my baby!
by jrhymer 23rd Jan 2008, 9:52am
great jammies
by hastiel 23rd Jan 2008, 9:23am
The wool comes from New Zealand. I would love to win a set of PJ's for my little boy. He suffers with eczema so it would be nice for him to go to bed in something comfortable on his skin.
by lowie131 23rd Jan 2008, 9:21am
Love the idea of these PJs for tinies but are they as good at staying in place as the more usual all in ones ? Only one way of finding out I guess and that's to win some !!!!
by vickik 18th Jan 2008, 5:44pm
New Zealand
by philjones2000 18th Jan 2008, 5:40pm
Love the fact that the pyjamas are ecological and regulates the body temperature, would love to get one for my baby.
by mumsy72 18th Jan 2008, 4:57pm
These pj's look fantastic! I am currently expecting my third baby in June and after having had my two boys early at 37 and 38 weeks Im very aware of how delicate a babies skin is, especially prem term babies, so Im preparing for the worst but hoping for the best and am buying all sensitive baby clothing for this one! Im also a bit worried about temperature control of a summer born baby, as my boys were both born at the beginning of winter, so needed a bit of wrapping up, so these pjs sound very comforting in that way too!
by annahelm 18th Jan 2008, 4:49pm
The wool is made in New Zealand. If I don't put my 2 year old in warm suit or pajamas as well as duvet he keeps waking up so these sound great!
by Josmith8 18th Jan 2008, 4:40pm
Answer : New Zealand ... hmm these would be perfect for babies who wear cloth nappies with wool covers over the top because the pj's would just add an extra layer of wool for the nappies to breathe through , throughout the night and less chance of a wet bed. Cool !
by spacegrantham 18th Jan 2008, 4:37pm
new zealand
by misscris 18th Jan 2008, 4:22pm
New Zealand
by aitchykate 18th Jan 2008, 3:46pm
What a lovely prize
by fredsmum 18th Jan 2008, 3:43pm
They are so cute , my little one would look so gorgeous in them.
by laurensam 18th Jan 2008, 3:42pm
I love these PJ sets, they are sooo cute and suitable for babies with all different skin types! The best thing about them is the breathable fibres so that baby doesn't get too hot or cold! they are just fab! The merino wool they use comes all the way from New Zealand!
by JoJo83 18th Jan 2008, 3:31pm
arent these cute? i think sleepy babies tucked up in their jim jams is one of the sweetest things. these look so soft and gentle plus are gentle on irritated or sore skin children with eczema its always a problem to find something suitable. fingers crossed on a win!
by laura1964 18th Jan 2008, 3:22pm