Advent Calendar 12

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Win a Pair of Vintage Bedlam Pyjamas (Age 6 – 12 months) 

My thoughts have turned to pyjamas this week, as it’s a family tradition to have a new pair of pyjamas to wear on Christmas Eve. This stems back from when my Nan always bought us new pyjamas, dressing gown and slippers for Christmas so that we looked nice in the Christmas morning photographs!

These Vintage Pyjamas are so snuggly soft and the old button down front is so lovely. They seem a popular choice this Christmas.

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Closing Date: 12/01/12

Terms & Conditions

The prize is one pair of Vintage Beldam Pyjamas (aged 6 – 12 months) from www.babynotincluded.co.uk

The winner will be picked at random and published on this site and via twitter and on our Facebook Page. If we have no response from the winner within 7 days following announcement, a redraw will take place.

The competition is open to the residents of the UK and Ireland only.

The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative is available.

 

Good Luck x

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128 thoughts on “Advent Calendar 12

  1. We are still making up our own family traditions, so far we have xmas eve with my sister her partner and little one, kids play while adults eat and drink! xmas tree is decorated by our twins and one of them puts the star on top with the help of daddy. milk carrots and biccie left out as well as candles nr front door :D

  2. I would love to win the pyjamas I have liked your facebook and twitter pages and posted as required.

  3. We do the pyjama thing too!! It also seems to have become an unofficial tradition to have a new child every Christmas as my brothers & sisters keep producing more & more children!! I don’t know what we’ll do next year as we’ve just about reached the limit on how many people can fit round the table! Lol.

  4. Following on facebook and tweeted ( @melandtony)

    thank you for the giveaway x

  5. Our Christmas tradition is very continental, unwrapping presents on Christmas Eve after Christmas dinner, even when we’re working we are still doing it. It comes from our childhood and we’re loving it ;-)

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