You’ve probably realised by now that we bloody love an Aldi Specialbuy, and nothing gets us more excited than a new Baby & Toddler drop. This week’s – online now and in-store 22nd April – is even more amazing than usual, and unsurprisingly, things are already selling fast.
Whether you’re pregnant and getting prepared for baby’s arrival or already have children at home, you’ll know how flipping expensive everything can be, but Aldi makes it all a lot more accessible. From newborn essentials like cellular blankets and sleepsuits to big buys like 3-in-1 travel systems for £199 and nursery furniture plus plenty of Bing and Hey Duggee toys to keep toddlers entertained, the buys on offer are a total bargain – and as impossible to resist as that salted pretzel chocolate bar. Top of Gemma’s list – and the buy that inspired this article – is the Lascal Maxi Buggy Board complete with saddle for £89.99, saving you £20 off the RRP.
Here, we’ve rounded up the Baby & Toddler buys worth adding to the basket ASAP. Missed out? Make a date with your nearest Aldi on Thursday and celebrate your haul with a post-shop lunch or coffee.
Complete with bassinet, seat frame and car seat, this sleek Ickle Bubba pram will take you from newborn to toddler. The car seat is non-ISOFIX compatible, but for that price, we’ll get over it.
Every parent will tell you that a buggy board is an essential if you’re going from one child to two, and Lascal is the go-to brand. Fitting most pushchairs, it’s £20 cheaper at Aldi.
No, that price is NOT a typo – you really can get a cot/bed and mattress, chest of drawers and wardrobe for under £400. You can buy everything separately too FYI.
Less than half the price of a certain well-known bedside crib, and all you really need to spend considering they’ll only sleep in it for a few months.
With plenty of storage and a case for your wipes, this will be one of your most-used baby items, especially now that the world is starting to open up again.
Keep their essentials – and them – close with this cute backpack. There’s a dinosaur, ladybird and giraffe too.
Is there anything cuter than a freshly bathed babe in a hooded towel?
Making that first car journey slightly less terrifying.
The lightweight blanket on every mum-to-be’s hospital bag checklist.
Because we’ll try anything to make potty training easier.
See above. Gemma’s bought this, the toilet seat and step stool.
Hey Duggee = happy toddler. Toy that isn’t plastic and noisy = happy mummy.
Aesthetically-pleasing and educational – our kind of toy.