A Review for Cuski’s

Firstly I won a Cuski Book, which is written by their very own Suzi aka Mama Cuski & then I was even luckier to win a Sunny Cuski for my grandaughter & as you can see from the picture she loved it straight the way.
When the parcel arrived, which was within 24 hours of winning it, even the outer box looked smart & on opening the box there was a beautiful scent coming from the box. Sunny was wrapped in tissue paper & also came with a gorgeous sweet & a Cuski balloon.
Cuski’s are so soft & it’s not just babies who love to snuggle them, but Sunny did find his way into Paige’s mouth within seconds & we didn’t have to worry that there was anything that was going to harm her.
Cuski’s are easily washable but you might need to get a 2nd for when the 1st is being washed!
After winning Sunny I was even luckier to win a Prince Cuski & have since purchased a Princess Cuski so he wasn’t lonely! These were made in a limited quantity to celebrate the Royal Wedding.
Here’s Prince & Princess holding hands!!

Cuski have just announced 2 new products in their range, a Cuski Choo, & Swandoodle, they are also stocking Wedge Wellies, so pop over & have a look at all the lovely goodies Cuski sells.
The above views are my own personal views.

A quote from Cuski:-

“My name is Sunny! And I am very pleased to meet you! I am just like all my fellow Cuskis except I am made from 100% organic cotton. I am very cuddly and just as absorbent, so I can pick up all those comforting mummy scents and help baby drift off to sleep…

Available in yellow, pink & blue

Suitable from birth, Cuski has all the qualities a child looks for in a comforter – softness, suckability, sheer lovability and of course a label to twiddle, but unlike a traditional blanket, it can be easily replaced if lost or damaged. Cuski’s unique shape stimulates your childs imagination – a round shape is the first shape a baby recognises.

Safe, functional, consistent and fully machine washable at 40 degrees.

Posted on October 18, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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