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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    I've been to the Hallet Cove store. Both kids have been ratty both times so haven't bought any food yet but I did buy the nappies and they are awesome!!!
    Hehe hallett cove is my local shopping centre so I am there at least once a week and I still haven't been into aldi 😁

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    Aldi is best explored the first few times on your own - no kids/partner/husband etc. Just get used to what they have/where it is etc. I find it is so much quicker too shopm less aisles and less brand choice means I know what I need.

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    They have the kids jammies at the moment which I looooove

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    They have the kids jammies at the moment which I looooove
    Pic please if you have one. If they are super cute I might send dd on shopping mission

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Pic please if you have one. If they are super cute I might send dd on shopping mission
    It's not their cuteness it's their practicality. They're very very comfortable for the kids. They come in at wrists and ankles so you can buy bigger size and it will still fit them. Nice stretchy material. My DD1 happily wears them all day when we aren't going out. They have a few different designs but the stripey ones are the softest I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Hehe hallett cove is my local shopping centre so I am there at least once a week and I still haven't been into aldi 😁
    Oh wow both u girls shop at my local Aldi too. Small world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    They have the kids jammies at the moment which I looooove
    I purchased some baby sleeping bags about 6 weeks ago and they are great too and some leggings last week for my toddler. All really cheap but very good quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Oh wow both u girls shop at my local Aldi too. Small world!
    It's a 20-25 minute drive from me but it's worth it for the nappies alone! Haha.

    I bought the sleeping bags too. Well only one of them as they didn't have the right size in the winter weight but I love the 1tog

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    It's a 20-25 minute drive from me but it's worth it for the nappies alone! Haha.

    I bought the sleeping bags too. Well only one of them as they didn't have the right size in the winter weight but I love the 1tog
    With all the new ones opening up hopefully you will have one closer soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    With all the new ones opening up hopefully you will have one closer soon
    The one on Belair road will be a 5 minute (or less) drive for me so looking forward to that one opening!


 

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