DreamBaby® Product Review & Competition


We were thrilled to be contacted by the fantastic DreamBaby® brand to see if we would like to review some of their products.

They sent us a box full of brilliant stuff, including Premium Nail Clippers with Magnifier (RRP £4.49), an Anti-Slip Mat (RRP £14.99) as well as the First Potty Seat and Soft Potty Seat, which we will be reviewing when my potty training starts properly!

The nail clippers are brilliant – you can use them with or without the handy attached magnifier which is a great idea for clearly seeing tiny baby nails – and Mummy used it to see mine too. Being a bit of an – er – older Mummy, she finds it tricky seeing things clearly at a certain distance, so this really helped her!

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The Anti Slip Mat is a bright and colourful, and will stop me slipping in the bath. I liked looking at the creatures!

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It has lots of little suckers underneath to stick it to the bath, and a brilliant colour changing starfish which will tell you if the water is too hot. It is easy to clean and dry, and folds up easily so you can take it on holiday too! Mummy says it is also a distraction for me when she is trying to wash my hair, whatever that means…. ;

You can follow DreamBaby® on Facebook

And catch their YouTube Channel too.

I am also really excited about a fantastic competition with DreamBaby® who are giving my readers the chance to win…

Dreambaby® 2 Up Step Stool RRP £14.99


The new two-step stool is perfect for the home. The stool can hold up to 80kg and is made from sturdy, durable, lightweight plastic. It’s the perfect stool for growing children who are toilet training, and can also be used to safely reach the sink etc. Easy to clean and perfect for travel, the step-stool also has two side handles, making it easy to move or carry around. PLUS a Dreambaby® Easy-Clean Potty Seat RRP £11.99
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  1. What great things….That nail clipper is fantastic! What a clever idea x
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  2. Those nail clippers look perfect for little nails, and how colourful does that bath mat look!
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  3. I LOVE the idea of nail clippers with a magnifier! How inspired is that? The bath mat looks lovely too, really fun.
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  4. Had a bath mat like that and they are so good,lovin this brand got some good items to offer.

  5. I like that the bathmat has a colour changing feature for the temperature, what a great idea! Also, I could have used those clippers with the magnifying glass when my daughter was younger. What fab products!
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  6. Nail clippers with a magnifier sounds such a good idea.
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  7. When my kids were babies we didn’t have magnifying nail clippers – this is a genius idea!
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  8. I was petrified of cutting my son’s nails when he was tiny – these would have been a godsend back then!! x
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  9. Love the mat, so colourful. I hated clipping the boys nails when they were a baby, so I just chewed them!
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  10. What some great sounding products, that bathmat is too cute! x
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  11. What a genius idea to have a magnifying glass with the nail clippers! I’d find that very useful.
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  12. Oh I am really liking the look of those nail clippers.
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  13. We are about to start potty training Sebby – Eliza was quite easy but Isaac was a nightmare so could go one of two ways

  14. I love those nail clippers, so useful and easy to hold. I needed that when my twins were tiny, 40 toes was lots to be clipping!
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  15. Too cool, the clippers and magnifiers, wish I had those when I was cutting tiny wee nails, indeed!xx
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  16. These look like great products. I was so lucky with M. She was so ready to potty train and it took about 3/4 days and we were done. I was just amazed at her and will be ever thankful! Great post! 🙂 #triedtested
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  17. Ooh the clippers look fab – I used to find it so nerve racking cutting tiny fingernails!
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  18. Some great items there, especially like the nail clippers. Always a challenge keeping the fingers still and trying not to drop the clippers!
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  19. Anything which helps with the nail cutting has got to be a bonus!
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x
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  20. i have to admit there is one thing i wont d and that is cut kids nails, i leave it to the hubby , it scares me , great product

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