On the Fourth day of Christmas
Bizzimummy gave to thee
A warm cosy fleece
My fourth day give away is one for the little princesses. It’s this cosy daisy print fleece top from Giggle Giggle.
The top includes a hood and is very thick and warm to keep your little princess warm on the cold winter days. It’s avaliable in two sizes. 4/5 years and 5/6 years.
I will also be hosting a competition for a little boys fleece in the next few days too so look out for it soon.
1) follow blog via email, twitter of Bloglovin
2) Follow/like Giggle Giggle on either FACEBOOK or TWITTER
3) most importantly leave a comment below to say you are entering and also share your tips on keeping warm this winter
((T&CS – all Christmas competitions will end on December 13th. Winners will be emailed on December 13th and must reply no later than December 16 or will not receive their prize in time. I cannot be held responsible for postal delays or missing items)
Win competitions at ThePrizeFinder.com
All done wearing a onesie keeps you warm x
let your dog get under the covers – they’re a big hot water bottle that doesn’t go cold
following on twitter, 3 hot water bottles do the job in bed.
I follow by email x
I like giggle giggle on Facebook and follow on twitter x
Extra thick socks if your feet are toasty you will be too x
completed all steps, my tips for keeping warm is to wear lots of layers
Thanks! I follow your blog via email, twitter and Bloglovin
I like Giggle Giggle on Facebook as Tracy K nixon
a nice warm vest under clothes.
Thank you – I have entered! A tip for staying warm is to layer up and fill a hot water bottle if you feel cold!
Done all. We have hot toys which you need to warm up in microwave
Following on twitter @ericahughes liked Giggle Giggle on fb
Layering is my tip.
All done. I recommend wearing lots of layers. (fleece definitely being among them!)
done all, I swear by my lovely warm onesie 😀
FOLLOW GIGGLE GIGGLE ON TWITTER. my electric blanket is my best friend when OH on nights
Liked. Layers are the best way to keep warm
Entering. Wearing lots of clothes keeps you warm.
Followed Facebook and also followed here via email.
When the weather is cold be sure to layer your clothes. The more layers you have the warmer you will be.
Following blog by email and twitter , @liaburns18 following Giggle Giggle too, and a nice cup of hot choccy in the night time always warms you up!
Layers and good socks always help to keep your warm. If you get worried about the cost of heating, go spend some time at your local library, always toasty, free internet and lots of books and magazines to enjoy!
Follow you on e-mail, following giggle giggle on twitter too.
wear plenty warm clothes
cosy in bed with the fleece hubby and two dogs !!
I have completed all of the entry steps required.
Make sure that you eat enough, as food is your fuel, and keeps you warm.
done plenty of layers and a warm fire
following on both as cheryl price kean and @madjakel.
pleant of layers is the key to keeping warm .
Entered and followed (TW name is @BusbyFox).
Love my onesie!x
layers rather than just one layer much warmer as it traps warm air and if you get hot easier to take a layer off
Following on Twitter and following the blog x x x
Following by e-mail, liked on facebook. I buy candles nice and cheap throughout the year at bootsales then use them to heat our flat during the winter. Close the curtains and door + light candles = cheap fuel and energy 😀
I have liked on facebook and followed on Twitter. Me and my daughters keep warm and the heating bills down by wearing our onesies in doors whenever it is cold which make us Toastie 🙂
I follow you on Twitter as @DaisyMaeBee A hat is a must to keep warm and pocket warmers are really goo for cold pandies heehee
Following on email, following Giggle Giggle on fb and entering! I would say that the best way to keep warm in the winter is to wear leggings under your trousers!
Following on Facebook and via email.
Wear a couple of thinner layers rather than one thick one, it helps keep the warm air trapped between the layers
Following Giggle Giggle on Twitter as @arranmum and email firstname.lastname@example.org. Close the curtains as early as possible, keeps the heat in
following giggle giggle on facebook as Prerna Gupta. Wear lots of layers! following your blog via email
done I like to get under a blanket while watching a film
Liked on Facebook. I love curling up in my fleece in front of a warm fire.
Following on facebook 🙂 entered xx
all done @anna8301, I drink hot tea and I love my cosy blanket
Please accept my entry for Day 4 of Advent Competition /Giveaway. I will be wearing winter boots when I go outside this winter, to keep my feet dry and warm.
Lots of layers to keep warm
Entered – lots of cuddles under a big snuggly blanket 🙂
Entered.Hot tea,warm jumpers,and thick socks.
have followed and liked. A hot breakfast and cotton layers underneath your clothes.
Hi, I’ve followed on twitter @stevenfairbairn and blogloving. Please enter me. To keep warm I like to put my jimmies on the radiator for a while.
Hey all done thanks x
I like to wear my booties and my fleece pyjamas with a cuppa tea and the fire on oooh! cosy
Following by email
Like Giggle Giggle on Facebook – Robyn Logan
We like to keep doors closed, keep heat in the room
Lots of layers and lots of yummy hot tea!!
I follow them on twitter @olivia280177
I’d love to win for my daughter, Melody x
Following Giggle giggle on Twitter @kidsdogsandcats
Following & liked. My tip is to stand outside occasionally – it makes you realise how warm your house actually is, even with the heating off,
Following both with @phyllgerry, Merry Christmas to all out there in the internet-sphere.
all done and my tip for the winter is wrap up warm loads of layers
Following you and liked Giggle Giggle
I am entering because this would be perfect for my little girl. My top tip is to snuggle up to your partner or children and keep each other warm
done steps 1 and 2
feel free to keep your dressing gown on all day ( if you’re not at work 🙂 )
Following by twitter as @jessups & email
Followed Giggle Giggle Ltd on twitter too.
We keep warm by closing all doors & also snuggling up with a blanket on those cold days.
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like Giggle Giggle on FACEBOOK
You lose heat fastest through your head and toes so where a hat and warm socks to keep warm
Following by email
I like Giggle Giggle on Facebook
Keep the doors shut, use draught excluders.
Following blog via twitter, Bloglovin, FB & Email
Following Giggle Giggle on Twitter
I keep cosy by layering my clothes and ironing if I’m finding it cold in the middle of the day.
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