Dirty pillows

slumberdown pillows

Whoever would have thought children’s pillows could get dirty, right? They’re on beds and in pillowslips and have clean little faces laid upon them.
Except when your children get older, pillows stop just being for lying on. They become weapons, they end up on the floor in the living room, or in the back garden. They get used for making dens and thrown on the floor. They get sweated on, make up’d on. They get muddy rugby faces too tired to wash, laid down on them.

They get dirty believe you me!

And so we’ve always just kept buying new pillows. Having to put up with the ‘this pillow’s nowhere near as good as the last one’ moans while I roll my eyes and pray that this time it manages to last more than a couple of months.

But no more. Now we have washable pillows.
As part of being a Slumberdown Ambassador I (along with fellow creatives Lucy and Katie) were charged with making an entertaining video about washable pillows.
Yawn, right? Personally I agonised for ages on how to make pillows just a little bit exciting.
So I roped in the kids and Mia’s best friend and even the dog. I hope you agree I sort of did it. And if you don’t, well keep it to yourself 🙂

You can read all about the Slumberdown Truly Washable range here and see the videos my fellow sleepyheads came up with!

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2 Responses to Dirty pillows

  1. What a great idea! I need one for me! Loved the video too 🙂
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  2. Iota says:

    Sorry, nothing to do with pillows, but if you’re fancying some blogging nostalgia, I’ve tagged you for an award. It’s for people who’ve been blogging since 2010… Ooooold bloggers.
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