For Christmas Nanny MOO made the girls up a Frozen parcel of bits and pieces – flannels, lip balm, jewellery, stickers and some hair detangling spray – which if you have ever seen bird nest head Olive you know is a necessity in my house! Not only did the spray smell lovely but it worked a treat and to top it off Olive was happy to use it as “it's the kind Elsa uses” obviously!
Since then I started noticing more and more bath toys and children's toiletries in the H&A range. They always appear to be excellent value for money and adorned with all the children's favourite characters. Available in ASDA, Sainsbury's, Wilko and Tesco they aren't hard to get your hands on.
The Bathtime Buddies range is H&A’s own collection of bathtime accessories designed to bring education and fun to your child’s wash routine. Olive was sent a tub of Alphabet letters to bring a bit of fun back into her bathtime, which had become over run with HEXBUGS aqua bots.
When you first open the tub you can't help but notice the holes in the lid. This is pure genius! You literally scoop all the letters in to the tub put the lid on and drain out the water! It's such a quick and efficient way to tidy up (it doesn't help with the water on the floor situation! Why do they insist on flooding the bathroom?)
The tub contains 65 foam letters in various colours. They stick to the bath or tiles when wet, very easily. Olive currently enjoys sticking them to the walls and shouting out letters she recognises. When she has a bath with big sister, Megan will spell words out for Olive and it's nice to see them teaching and learning in a fun environment.
The package does say 3+ being foam you do need to ensure your child doesn't try and eat them. Even though she's nearly 4 Olive is still very mouth tactile and I did have to stop her nibbling a G! These are priced at £3.30 which is a complete bargain! I wished we'd got some a long time ago!
The Bathtime Buddies Alphabet Set were sent to us in order to review. For the chance to become part of an official H&A blogging ambassador programme 'Fun Squad'.