As we were planning to go on holiday and Lily would be taking plenty of naps in the pram, a pram liner was just what we needed. So it was great when we got the chance to be sent a Bambella pram liner from Little Warbles.
Looking on their website they had such a great range of designs. It was tricky to decide as there was lots of nice ones but in the end I decided on Circles in Purple and Pink.
The pram liner arrived and it was lovely quality. They are made from 100% cotton and really nice and thick and padded. I was pleased with this as it looked like it was going to be really comfortable for Lily to nap on.
I really liked the design. It was really pretty and colourful and had some great bold circle shapes. It matched my pram really well. It was really nice to give my pram a little bit of individuality compared to the other prams I see out. But if I was wanting a more plain look you can also use the other side as the liner is reversible with a plain complimentary colour on the other side.
The pram liners also have a waterproof liner sewn into them that is made from the same material as the modern day cloth nappy. This is great for spilling drinks which Lily does a lot of recently. Lily isn't toilet training yet but I can also imagine how helpful it can be for that to.
We got so much use out of the liner while on holiday and it was so nice to see Lily get a comfortable nap. I don't know why its taken me so long to think about getting one. The straps also had covers which wrapped around and attached with Velcro so easy to take on and off. These were great as Lily normally lays her head on them and it was great that she woke up and didn't have horrible red marks on her cheeks which were normally from the straps.
I did find that they were a little big for my straps though and did easily fall off. I ended up loosing one on holiday but due to the pattern my mum actually spotted it walking behind us and picked it up knowing it was mine. Phew.
I do put that down to my straps of the pram being so thin and flimsy though.
One thing I would of loved to have for Lily that was missing is the cover for the part of the harness that goes between her legs. With her being so comfortable everywhere else it made me think of how uncomfortable the thin straps must be between the legs.
After our holiday we got back and one thing that definitely needed to be done was getting it washed. That liner had been through snacks rubbed against it, sandy feet on it, and also a horrible chalky dust from a lot of the carparks in Weymouth. The pram liner is machine washable and so really easy to wash. I popped it in at 30oC and when I got it out it was good as new.
The pram liner is £39.99 which in reality is a great price as you use it so much. My only recommendation is that you don't wait as long as I did before getting one.
You can see all the designs and buy your own pram liner on the website here.
Little Warblers would also like to give one of you the chance to win your own pram liner set worth £39.99 in a choice of material you would like. It would come with the 2 harness strap covers to.
Enter on the Gleam app below.
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