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Product Review: Asda Little Angels Range

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Information, Product Reviews | Posted on 31-08-2011

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Babies are expensive.  The amount of "stuff" the need just to get through the average day is immense – and to be honest there aren't very many average days when you're a parent.  Wipes and nappies are the biggest most constant expense, but once weaning begins theres the need for bowls, plates, spoons and food pots, as well as the actual food itself.  

Shops are bursting at the seems with dozens of brands jostling for position and for your custom, and they come in a wide range of prices.  I've discovered a nice affordable range that does the job perfectly, but doesn't come with the poshest of brand names.

Asda's Little Angels range is vast, and most importantly for cash strapped parents – its affordable.  From the early days there are nappies and wipes, as well as items to make breastfeeding that little bit more comfortable for mums.  As your baby gets older the range available to them just increases.  Bath time products, swimming nappies, bottle warmers, sterilisers, bottles, spoons, bowls, plates, travel pots, freezable food pots, dummies, teethers, potties, it goes on and on.  Then there's the food range – not huge but a nice selection of stage 1, 2 and 3 products and the ever popular rice cakes.  I'd love to see alternatives to the rice cakes because my Little Man hates all rice cakes, but I did manage to donate my sample pack to a very worthy cause!

Since receiving a sample of Little Angels nappies we have stopped buying our usual leading brand and changed to Asda's.  Little Man has a sensitive bottom and one of the leading brands gives him terrible nappy rash so I was a little wary, but Asda nappies are brilliant – no nappy rash in sight.  We already get our weekly shop delivered from Asda, but we're now getting 88 nappies for £10 as opposed to 60 – can't ask for more than that can you?

If you head down to your local Asda now, or take a peek around their online store, you'll find this vast array of Little Angels goodies.  And from yesterday for three weeks the Asda Baby Event is on – bargains galore across all baby ranges.  Go on – get shopping!