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Shop The Ultimate Baby Range At Aldi
31 Mar 2016

With everything from toys and trikes to baby leggings and blackboards, Aldi’s Specialbuys Baby range is sure to have something to keep the little ones comfy, cared for and kitted out this spring, in stores and online from the 21st April, available while stocks last.

Tots’ Toys
 This fun Children’s Blackboard (£29.99) table set is a great way to engage young minds and encourage creativity. The table and chairs are wipe-clean - ideal for cleaning off doodles!

Featuring a range of classic characters including Minnie and Mickey Mouse - this Soft Musical Toy (£7.99) is sure to become a firm bedtime favourite.

On The Move
Aldi’s trikes are perfect for getting the kids out and about this spring. The Scuttlebug (£19.99) is great for little ones (12 months+) to help them learn and develop their balance, while the Smart Trike (£19.99) is perfect for slightly older children (18-36 months). It comes complete with an adjustable seat and removable parent handle for steering.
Getting from A to B couldn’t be easier with this Sun Buggy (£17.99) – it is lightweight, easy to fold and comes with a five-point safety harness, perfect for babies aged six months to three years.
When travelling further afield, Aldi’s Dream ‘N’ Play (£19.99) travel cot bed is ideal for keeping kids cosy. What’s more, it’s easy to assemble, folds into its own bag and comes in two designs.

Keep the little ones safe and in-sight with Aldi’s stylish Travel Booster Seat (£11.99) and carry bag, ideal for ages 12 months+, it has two adjustable height positions, is easily transportable and even has storage space for changing essentials.
Bedroom Buys
Toys and essentials can be hidden away in this Nursery 3 Drawer Tower (£12.99) - available in three animal-themed designs, it’s a fun and colourful addition to any nursery. The Nursery Doorstop (£4.99), which comes in a number of designs including Jolly Whale and Rainbow, is just the thing to complete the look. 
Bed time favourites can be kept tucked away with Aldi’s freestanding Children’s Sling Bookcase (£19.99), which looks great and keeps the kids room tidy.
Ultimate Essentials
Babies can rock gently or sit up and play in this Bungee Deluxe Baby Bouncer (£19.99). With a removable toy bar complete with three toys, it’s sure to bring them hours of fun.

Parents can count on Aldi’s High Chair (£18.99) to keep tiny tots safe during every meal and snack - it’s compact and comes with a removable padded seat, suitable for ages 6 month+.
With a range of Baby Leggings and Joggers (£3.49) and Baby Sleepsuits (£4.99) in an array of pretty designs, the little ones are sure to look cute and stylish in Aldi’s baby clothing this spring.
Aldi’s Specialbuys Baby range is available in stores nationwide and online from the 21st April, but don’t delay, as once it’s gone, it’s gone!

Product Price
Children’s Blackboard £29.99
Bungee Deluxe Baby Bouncer £19.99
Dream N Play Travel Cot £19.99
Smart Trike £19.99
Scuttlebug £19.99
Children’s Sling Bookcase £19.99
High Chair £18.99
Go S Sun Buggy £17.99
Baby Carrier £13.99
Baby Safety Gate £12.99
Nursery 3 Drawer Tower £12.99
Travel Booster Seat £11.99
Baby Bumper & Quilt Set £11.99
Nappy Change Kit £9.99
Play Mat £9.99
Ear/Forehead Thermometer £8.99
Soft Musical Toy £7.99
Feeding Bottles 4 Pack £5.99
Cot Pockets, 2pk/ Cot Tidy £5.99 each
Children’s Novelty Boots £5.99
Baby Sleepsuits 3 Pack £4.99
Mealtime Set £4.99
Nursery Doorstop £4.99
PVC Tablecloth £4.99
Baby Changing Mat £3.99
Nuby Baby Bath Toys £3.99
Baby Popcorn Blanket £3.99
Baby Leggings & Joggers £3.49
Children’s Toilet Seat/   £2.99 each
Step Stool/Potty
Fitted Jersey Cot Bed Sheet £2.99
Hand Puppet Book £2.99
Hooded Baby Towel And Wash Mitt £2.99
Muslin Cloths, 3pk £2.99
Baby Bodysuits 3 Pack £2.89
Nuby Baby Pram £2.89 each
Avent Soothers £2.79
Baby Socks 5 Pack £2.49
Training Straw Cup £2.49
Cellular Blanket With Satin Trim £2.49
Flip It Easy Grip Cup/Pop-Up Sipper £2.39 each
Tiny Tots Books £1.99
Magic Sounds Sound Book £1.79
Soft Play Ball £1.49

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