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Ikea childrens hooded towel
Ikea Children's Hooded Towel
Member Name: Whizz11
Ikea Children's Hooded Towel
Advantages: Cute, fun for bath time, big
Both of my children do not like bathtime, I don't know why because I do try to make it as fun as possible with bubbles and toys and I thought these fun towels from Ikea would be a nice idea too. The towels are great but we still have tears at bath time although they do like wearing their towels afterwards!
These bath towels are very cute and made just for kids which I think is important for them to have their own items which makes them feel important and grown up. I think its so much nicer for them to have a towel of their own rather than just one of mum and dads. I had towels with a hood for them when they were first born and loved how functional it was but was having trouble finding bigger towels for toddler sizes with hoods when we spotted these in Ikea.
There were various different styles and colours on offer but I decided to go with the green ones as they were a bit more exciting than plain white ones. This is different from the picture Ikea have provided but then the title of the review is simply for an Ikea childrens hooded towel which this is. The green one has a little face on it with a big red nose and cute blue ears that pop out from the towel on either side. To me he looks like a cute little monster, perfect for my little monsters. The hood fits well over my little ones heads and I love the fact that it has a hood as this is a great way of drying hair without actually rubbing it which is hard to do when you have a wiggly baby. The designer of the towel says this about it, ""With the BARNSLIG series I wanted to make children happy, as well as stimulate their imagination and creativity. I believe colours have a positive effect on us; that's why I based the entire series on colours and contrasts. And I wasn't interested in capturing reality as it is, but as it might look like in a child's imagination. Everything doesn't have to be so perfect in their world - it's okay if something is a little crooked, or someone has big feet or a cute, round belly. The imperfect is just what's charming and lovable. Designer Eva Lundgreen"
The rest of the towel is quite big and wide so you can really wrap your little on all the way around with this towel. I love this as its my favourite thing to do when they get out of the bath, wrap them up all lovely and snuggly and give them a big cuddle for a few moments, yes, I get a bit wet but oh well, its worth it. The towel has a little hook at the top of it so you can hang it up if you want to but I find the beauty of towels with a hood is that you can hook the hood over your door handle and the towel dries nicely and does not smell when you go to use it again the next time.
Each towel cost us £7 and they have been a nice addition to our bathroom routine.
Summary: Ikea childrens hooded towel
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