12 Dec 2014

LIFE: Blogging Sleepover with Debenhams

A wee while ago I got a very exciting text from my blogging besto Hayley inviting me to a blogging sleepover thanks to Debenhams. Obviously I jumped at the chance to spend some quality time with Hayley eating some yummy food and just having a general natter!

As part of a campaign to promote their gift finding service, Found It, Debenhams very generously provided us with a massive box of goodies including biscuits, hot chocolate and onesies. I picked this onesie from Dorothy Perkins and I've been pretty much living in it since... so much warmth. We went the whole hog and got ourselves a chippy before crawling in to our onesies and settling down for an evening of Twitter chats. Afterwards we watched one of my childhood favourite films Angus Thongs & Perfect Snogging with plenty of biscuits to accompany our orange hot chocolate (delicious by the way) before calling it a night.

You can read Hayley's post about the night here. Massive shout out to Debenhams for being so damn generous, I actually cannot believe how much lovely stuff we were treated to for our little pamper night!



  1. I absolutely love Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging (although I preferred the title of the book - Angus Thongs and full-frontal Snogging!). It was on TV a couple of months ago and I spent my Sunday evening snuggled on the sofa with my dog while the fiancé was at band practice, watching it! I love it so much! Haha

    This looks like such a great evening! I'm so jealous of your new onesie and those hot chocolates look amazing!

  2. This actually sounds amazing- perfect night!! You've definitely got a few great nights under your pocket over the weeks!
    Lauren // OhHay Blogs!


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