Mumlin - The New Way To Wind Your Baby PLUS Competition!


Once upon a time there was a frazzled twin Mum who got fed up using grubby unattractive muslins to protect her clothes whilst burping her babies. They looked horrid, were invariably on the wrong shoulder, in the wrong place, and frequently fell on the floor.

Aforementioned frazzled Mum was surprised that there were no alternatives available and while baby bibs had been trendy-fied she was left covering designer togs with a scrappy piece of inefficient cloth. With two babies to feeed she had plenty of meal times to dream up a new fandangled product - Mumlin. Mumlin is a stylish and practical way to protect your clothes when burping your baby.


Mumlin is simple but brilliant, a u-shaped piece of soft, absorbent cotton in a range of signature prints that sits over both shoulders to protect your clothes while burping baby. It has been ergonomically designed to ensure it is comfortable to wear and stays in place.


Mumlin can be worn over the front or back depending on how you hold, feed, burp and wind baby. It is just the right size to protect shoulders, back and decolletage and can also be used as a bib on baby.  Mumlins come gift wrapped in a pack of three; one for you to wear, one for the change bag and one for the wash.


The lovely founder behind Mumlin has very kindly offered one of my very lucky readers/visitors the chance to win a gift set of three Mumlins as part of my Christmas feature! Mumlin's are available to buy in packs of three for £19.99 from the official Mumlin website.

For your chance to win a beautiful Mumlin set worth £19.99 enter the competition via the Rafflecopter below!

Good luck,
Jada x

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81 comments

  1. our baby bouncy chair was a lifesaver. he was so clingy and wouldn't lie flat on his back for very long. it kept him occupied and happy :)

    great comp btw, my sister in law is pregnant and i'm doing her up a hamper of goodies :D xxx

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  2. A good nights sleep! xx

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  3. If you get any maternity leave before baby arrives it's such a good idea to batch cook some nutritious meals and freeze them - it's so tempting to just eat ready meals/takeaways when you have a newborn to look after but your body needs good food to help you recover and keep your energy levels up.

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  4. I FOUND MUSLIN SQUARES MY SAVIOUR, SO MANY USES!

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  5. Vicki Harper-Ward28 November 2013 at 22:10

    Hmmm my biggest tip with hindsight is don't attempt to rennovate a house when you're pregnant (bubs is now 6 months and we are hoping to have a kitchen by the end of next week) so I am going to go with preparing some meals in advance so you don't have to worry about food. Ooh and also milk storage bags, and a bit of confidence, if I could parcel that together that's what I'd give to all new mums.

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  6. Light show to get him to sleep x

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  7. Honestly? my mum to be honest

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  8. My friend finds baby wipes very useful

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  9. Wipes, muslins and noisy toys

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  10. I'm following on Bloglovin as Stephanie Tsang

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  11. It has to be wipes we have them in every bag in the car in all the rooms they are something we can't live without

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  12. I'm only pregnant at the mo so am looking at the above for advice! I would expect baby wipes is a must!

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  13. Many wetwipes, plenty of helping hands and nappies.

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  14. I'm pregnant with my first at the moment, but have been told muslins are a lifesaver!

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  15. Muslins definitely - I used to wake up with one still over my shoulder!

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  16. baby wipes for everything

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  17. another pair of hands so mum can have a coffee or eat :)

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  18. Disposable nappies

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  19. baby wipes - bexy boo fb

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  20. In preparation for the arrival of my baby, I stocked up on wet wipes

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  21. im still in pregnancy phase, and a big comfy pillow to help me position myself to get some sleep is a lifesaver

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  22. Sleep..... also wipes/bibs - I had sooo many bibs but it just never seemed enough!

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  23. Mine hasn't arrived yet, but loving all these tips. I hear baby wipes are a must!

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  24. Having baby wipes and using them for other things :)

    @oneisjamie

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  25. My amazing friends and family.

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  26. I love muslim cloths. They good while feeding and my baby loves hugging one while sleeping :)

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  27. lots and lots of spare clothes! (for baby)

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  28. Jumping on the band wagon and saying- baby wipes!

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  29. A husband who helps out so that i could get some sleep, and cheeky wipes!

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  30. breastpump, especially that first week your milk comes in - OUCH! - due in 3 days so have it all to come again :)

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  31. advice from someone who has been there and done that! I would have struggled without my mom's knowledge.

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  32. baby wipes and muslins! soooo many uses!

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  33. My sling meant that I could carry on with things and he would sleep for ages just on my chest

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  34. big freezer full of ready made food

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  35. Disposable nappies

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  36. Wipes, wipes and more wipes.

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  37. a really good big strong babay bag big enouth to take everything you need when i had my first baby i couldnt beleive just how much stuff i had to take when leaving the house

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  38. Pam Francis Gregory15 December 2013 at 14:31

    Baby Wipes

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  39. baby wipes couldn't live without them!

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  40. Baby wipes, absolute essential x

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  41. a good pushchair

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  42. follow via email
    hiro1982@hotmail.co.uk

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  43. baby wipes they come in handy for a lot of things

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