Zippy suit review featuredOne of the things they don’t tell you about parenthood – and there are lots of things they fail to tell you – is all the poppers you have to deal with.

If I had a pound for every popper I’ve done up or undone in the last five years I’d be writing this post from a beach in Barbados. Sadly I’m not.

Popper technique is such a complicated business – there’s a knack to it depending on whether they’re lying down, wreathing around, standing up, facing you or trying to run away – that it ought to be included in the NCT’s ante natal classes. At the very least being qualified in the art of successful popperage deserves a certificate.

As a result I’m a big fan of zips. You really can’t beat the zip. So of course I said yes when Zippy Suit asked if we’d like to try one of their new range of zipped all-in-ones. They’ve got Cloudbabies and In The Night Garden ones (all from £13) in a range of designs and sent us this gorgeous Baba Blue Cloudbabies suit to try out.

With a zip running the entire length of the suit getting it on and off is so much easier than a poppered version, and there’s a little lip of fabric at the top to stop the zip grazing your baby’s skin. As you can see there’s plenty of room for Little B to roll around, and it’s made of soft 100% cotton so feels really cuddly.

The all-in-one comes in sizes from newborn to 18 months, and from six months old the feet also come with anti-slip spots on the soles. An elasticated ankle keeps the foot in the foot area.

I know I’m biased but I do think Little B looks especially cute in his Baba Blue version, and because I know he won’t be in all-in-ones for that much longer as he’ll be too big I’m making the most of every minute.

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We’ve got one Baba Blue Cloudbabies all-in-one just like this to give away! Enter via the Rafflecopter link below by commenting on this post saying who the suit would be for, visiting our Facebook page, following me on Twitter or following me on Instagram. Please note the competition is open to residents of the UK and Ireland only, and the winner can select the size they would like (please note the largest size is 12 -18 months). Good luck!

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We were sent the Cloudbabies all-in-one free of charge for the purposes of review. As always all opinions are my own and based on my own honest experience.

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