Mother and Baby

New Aldi baby and toddler range

Section: Shopping Ideas
Aldi Specialbuys is launching a new Baby and Toddler range on 29th January 2015, in store whilst stocks last. Whether you have a baby on the way, or you’re stocking up on day-to-day essentials, the range features a variety of baby necessities.
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar Gift Set (£14.99)

Make mealtimes fun with The Very Hungry Caterpillar Gift Set, which includes a Party Plate, Photo Frame and Money Box, Egg Cup and Soldier Tray, Mug and Snack Plate, Bowl and Mug or Ice Cream Bowl and Plate.
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Baby Clothing Essentials

Soft, quality wardrobe essentials will keep your baby looking cute all day. Keep her cosy with Aldi’s Baby Fleece Jacket (£4.99) and layer up with the Baby Sleep Suit (£3.99), Baby Body Suit (£2.99) and Zip Front Baby Sleepsuit (£3.49). The Baby Character T-Shirt (£3.99) comes in Mr Happy, Mr Bump, Superbaby, Hello Kitty and Little Miss Princess designs and is a fun addition to any wardrobe. Don’t forget to accessorise with Baby Socks (£2.49) and Infants Tights (£1.99).
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Mamia Comfort Baby Monitor (£19.99)

Get piece of mind with the Mamia Comfort Baby Monitor. It’s wireless up to 300m and features a clear digital sound, noise alert sensor and a soft night light to soothe your little one, so can be sure that your baby’s sleeping comfortably, wherever you are in the house.
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Ultimate Baby Comforts

A range of lovely, soft blankets and towels will help keep your little ones cosy and warm; the Cellular Blanket (£2.49) is great for cribs and Moses baskets, while the Baby Fleece Blanket (£2.49) will keep the winter chill out, and the Hooded Baby Towel (pictured: £3.49) is perfect for popping over their head after a bath.
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