Winnie The Pooh Honey Tree Standard Changing Mat Honey Tree Pooh Reviews
Product Type: Disney baby products
Description:Brand: Disney / Type: Changing Pads
Newest Review: ... I thought it was very cute to look at, unisex and completely different to the one I bought for my son before he was born. The ... more
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Customer Winnie The Pooh Honey Tree Standard Changing Mat Honey Tree Pooh Reviews (3)
by - written on 19/06/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
As a mum the first time round, I had to get a lot of advice on what to buy in preparation of the arrival of my son. When it came to the impending birth of my daughter I automatically knew what I wanted to buy and what I needed ( not always the same thing ). I also had quite afew bits that baby number 2 could use from baby number one, as I bought a lot of neutral things for my son as I didn't find out his sex, and I didn't with baby number 2 either. I bought this mat from Kiddicare.com over 2 years ago for just under £8.00 as I thought it would be nice for this baby to have their own. This mat, in slightly different patterns/pictures, are available in most places that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
When I was pregnant with my first daughter over four years ago I was watching out for a changing mat, I found this one in Tesco for £6.99 which considering it is Disney I thought was a good price and I have always loved Winnie the Pooh so it was an added bonus. When I bought the mat it was wrapped in thin plastic and was therefore put away until the little one arrive, the plastic was easy to rip away and then I gave the mat a good clean before using it. The mat is sky blue in colour with white clouds dotted around it, there is a tree on the right hand side of the mat with Winnie the Pooh looking upwards towards a fly and the tree. Along the bottom ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/08 (Very useful, 100 readings)
I have a little nursery set up for my baby girl in the Mamas and Papas Meadow Interiors but I felt it was a bit of a waste to buy a new changing mat when I still had one left from my toddler's baby days. It is the Honey Tree Pooh mat and it actually matches my Meadow nursery quite well as it is also lemons and yellows. I use a changing mat quite a bit, I take it into the bathroom when baby is getting ready and getting dried, I take it to whatever room I'm spending most of the day in, so that I always have a clean convenient changing area and when its nor in use it sits on top of the dresser/changer in her nursery where ir blends in really nicely. I think its ... Read the complete review
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