A Cosy Winter's Night {ToyShow Traditions}

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Pamper products
Pamper evening
primark pyjamas
Bambi pjs

The last Friday of November is always a special one here in Ireland as The Late Late Toy Show is on. For those outside Ireland, it's basically a show where kids showcase the best toys by explaining how they work to the host, Ryan Tubridy and children perform. It's quite funny sometimes and it's always a cosy and magical affair for both kids and adults ;-) I remember the days when I used to have my notebook and pen out and I'd jot down all the must have toys that I was going to ask santa for like it was yesterday. Oh to be a kid again. We also have some treats - Hot chocolate (of course. Best winter drink!) and we opened up our first box of Christmas chocolates, Heroes. This is always our first tradition of the season and it always gets me in the festive mood.

I also had a mini pamper session with some of my favourite products. What would a cosy night be without a little pampering ;-) I also had a little read of my book. At the moment I'm reading An Abundance Of Katherines by John Green but to be honest it's not great. For some reason it's really hard to read and there's not much going on. It's such a shame because I loved his other books.

Oh, and not forgetting my new pyjamas from Penneys! How cute is this Bambi pair? You can't beat a new pair of pjs!

What are your cosy night essentials? And what gets you into the festive spirit?

Cliona xx


  1. Those Bambi Pyjamas are so adorable!!!


    1. I know! Penneys/Primark always have the best pyjamas! x

  2. I love a good cosy, pamper night! Those pajamas are adorable!

    1. Me too! I love having a cosy pamper night when it's freezing outside :-) x

  3. Love cosy nights in with a good bath and pamper session, a good book or film and hot chocolate. That detox mask is great! :) x

    Renata | Speaking Beauty UK

    1. Sounds perfect! I love the mask! Thanks for reading x


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