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Cosytoes advice

(7 Posts)
PrincessScrumpy Sun 17-Jul-11 15:34:58

Our twins are due in 7w and we are hoping to get a mountain buggy duet. Can anyone suggest some fab cosytoes that are warm, comfy and look good? They'll need to be suitable from newborn but I'd like them to last until they're older too. We need to be a bit sensible about money. Any ideas?

Guildfordnanny Sun 17-Jul-11 17:19:34

The difficult thing about the Duet is there diesnt appear to be any way to attach a cosy toes at the back because it's a fabric recline so (and we won't know until they arrive) I doubt that you will be able to tie a cosy toes nor put a flap over. Therefore I would either use an official MB cosy toes, or else look for a thich cosy toes that will sit with a form in the pushchair ie thick padded and will keep it's shape rather than fleece. I will find an example of the type of cosy toes I would buy given we haven't seen the pushchair and post it in a minute for you. I know there are lots of ones similar on EBay by various brands.

Guildfordnanny Sun 17-Jul-11 17:23:37

Something like this ie formed, and thick so hopefully it won't slide down annoyingly all the time! I have Snunkies and Buggy Snuggles but I think they would slide every time you took your babies out. Like I said there's lots similar on EBay and in stores.

Guildfordnanny Sun 17-Jul-11 17:23:55

Guildfordnanny Sun 17-Jul-11 17:25:17

Guildfordnanny Sun 17-Jul-11 17:27:17

Guildfordnanny Sun 17-Jul-11 17:27:46

Grr I keep forgetting to link

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