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Back To School With Nutmeg

Posted on the 07 September 2017 by Sparklesandstretchmarks @raine_fairy
Back To School With Nutmeg
Next week, my biggest boy is heading off to big school for the first time.
I won't lie, I'm feeling rather emotional about it all...as well as rather stressed out! The thing is, there's no class to teach us Mums and Dads what you need to do when your little one starts school...how to best label their belongings, what you can and can't put in a lunch box, or where is the best place to buy their uniform!
Luckily for me, Nutmeg at Morrisons got in touch and asked if we'd like to try out their fantastic range of uniforms...we took them up on it and they kindly kitted Tyne out with a selection of smart gray school trousers, white polo shirts, and even the Royal blue sweatshirt his school requires.
 Nutmeg at Morrisons childrenswear is covered by Morrisons 200 day ‘no quibble’ guarantee which covers rips, spills and outgrown pieces, assuring parents that school uniforms will survive the wear and tear of the playground. The Nutmeg BTS range is also created with ‘thoughtful details’ including Teflon coating, bobble resistant fabric and adjustable waist bands, ensuring durability and comfort to last the year. We are really pleased with the range so at least that's one less school related thing to worry about...I know where we'll be buying our uniform from now on! Now if only there was such an easy solution to how to ease my worries about him starting school! The Nutmeg range is available in most Morrisons stores nationwide. If you enjoy my blog, please consider following me on Bloglovin'   

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