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7 A.M Enfant Papoose


With the weather not looking to warm up anytime soon here in the UK it looks like we will be in for a few more months of cold miserable weather! Oh the joy! So, with that being said it is still important to wrap up warm and what a better way to do so than with the 7 A.M Enfant Papoose. We were recently sent the 7 A.M Enfant Papoose to try out and we absolutely love it! We have been out a few times the past week or so and of course with the weather not being able to make its mind up we ensured we had the Papoose all set up and ready to go. It has been quiet chilly on our walks recently and it was a lifesaver to have this as a lightweight footmuff for spring and summer use. 


The Papoose has a soft cotton, plushy feel lining which you can see above and a waterproof outer-shell.   
Featuring a full-lenghy front zipper plus a hook and loop bottom opening allowing you to convert it into a soft buggy liner. It has great access and an elasticised hood ensuring your child is fully protected from the wind and rain. 


We were able to get Amelia in and out with plenty of ease, unlike previous buggy bags we have tried where you have to loosen and play about with before being able to tuck your child in. Amelia was sat in her pram within seconds. The 5 point harness was easy to fit and secure and you can tie the Papoose around the back of the pushchair with a velcro elasticated strap which seems to be very sturdy and hasn't come loose once. I like the fact that you can take your little one out without the need of extra layers, hats and gloves in the spring weather and know that they are still warm. 


Amelia usually fusses when we put her in anything and to my surprise she didn't flinch once when we strapped her in. She didn't even try and wriggle out of it or push it away from her. She sat happily in it the first time we went out in it and every other time after that. I love that it comes with a little pocket on the front to keep a dummy in there or clip it onto the loop. We are always losing Amelia's especially if we haven't clipped it onto her so that is definitely a bonus! 

Enjoying a walk in Llanberis, North Wales


The Papoose can also be used in the car seat as well as the pushchair which I think is a brilliant idea. You can interchange from the car seat and pushchair depending on what you are doing that day. If only we had bought one when Amelia was younger, it would have been used religiously! We were sent the Papoose in the size 18-36 months which is great because we will be able to use it all year round and will be put into good use over the winter months! 


Overall we have loved the Papoose and I would definitely recommend it to any mum looking for a all year round footmuff for any pushchair. I look forward to many more walks over the next few months even though I do hope the weather brightens up a bit and we get some nice weather too!

The 7 AM Enfant is available to buy from Baby and More in two different sizes, 0-18 months and 18-36 months and comes in a number of different colours including fushia, green tea, black, navy and red. 
You can also follow Baby and More on Facebook to keep up to date with their latest deals and promotions. 

*We were sent this product for the purpose of the review. All opinions are my own. For my full disclosure please click here.

184 comments

  1. Oh i love this, will pass it along to my sister :) thanks for sharing

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  2. how cute. looks so nice and comfy

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  3. I wish they had something like this when I had babies! How cozy!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  4. That is adorable. I don't have children *yet* but this would be a perfect suggestion for someone who lives in a cooler climate.

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  5. looks great, comfy cosy and warm and FAB!

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  6. What a great idea! I bet lots of little ones would have benefitted from those through this long long winter!

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  7. looks a great idea - will show my friends!

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  8. Awww, Amelia looks as snug as a bug.xx

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  9. this is amazing!! Wish we'd had these when my children were babies!!

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  10. Brilliant for the Great British weather

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  11. My son has grown up now but I wish they had these when he was younger, they look so cosy!

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  12. This would be great for the british weather and looks really snug

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  13. This looks so warm! I am in Texas so I don't know anybody close that could use it. But t is so cute and functional.

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  14. That looks so cute and warm. I'd love something like that for my LO next winter.

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  15. AWWWWWW cuteness to the MAX!!! That looks super cosy!!!!! :-)

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  16. Now I feel broody again!

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  17. Looks VERY cosy! Snug as a bug in a rug :)

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  18. Wish Id had one of those for my kids when they were small.

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  19. I love the cotton lining - not only soft and comfortable for baby, but warm, as well.

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  20. This is the best invention ever ! I had one for my boys and it's amazing !

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  21. That looks so cosy

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  22. OOO Looks ever so snuggle & warm, shame they don't do adult sizes!

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  23. It looks lovely snuggily and warm!

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  24. i needed one of these in winter!

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  25. Looks really warm, possibly will consider it

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  26. This papoose looks great; it's a shame they don't do them in adult sizes, it would suit me, so snug and cosy

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  27. Its fantastic x

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  28. Ah so snug, just want you need this spring unfortunately!

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  29. Aw she sure looks snug as a bug. I wish they made them in my size in this awful weather. :-)

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  30. Sounds great in that it stays put....buggy liners drive me mad slipping down all the time :/
    Looks very cosy too. My only (small) dislike is the shiny finish of it, but maybe it has to be like that to be waterproof.
    Great idea overall x

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  31. This looks really cosy- great for a little girl who loves to hurl off her hat and gloves :D

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  32. Wish I had this for my two daughters, would have solved so many problems!

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  33. Good that it comes in different sizes so you don't have it massive to cater for all sizes from 0-3y

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  34. Looks so stylish as well as comfie and warm

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  35. oh lovely wish i saw this before the start of winter would have been so appreciated

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  36. This looks lovely and cosy! Love the bow your little one is sporting. Too cute!

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  37. WOW! It's blowin' a gale outside. Bet the kids are snug in their get ups

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  38. I'll be honest. I had never heard of a paoose before!

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  39. looks so cosy!

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  40. What a neat product! I love the Sophie in the pic! :)

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  41. looks soooo cosy!

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  42. That looks really useful - you don't need to bundle up little one in layers of woollies, making it quicker and easier to venture out in the cold. I mean, we will we even get a summer this year?

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  43. wow i love this! she looks so snuggled up!

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  44. What a brilliant item, great for keeping the buggy/car seat clean too :-)

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  45. It looks really cute, and the baby seems to be so happy with it.

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  46. Oh wow, looks lovely and snug doesn't it

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  47. Looks so cosy and warm; making me feel sleepy!

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  48. Too late for my kids but my sister is expecting so.....

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  49. it certainly looks cosy & I love the name 'Papoose' - Isn't it funny how words completely slip out of your head? When I was little I remember learning about Eskimos carrying babies but until you published this post I'd forgotten the word 'Papoose'
    I just want to keep saying it because it's such a great word :-)

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  50. looks so snug, I'd love one for me, I feel the cold so much x

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  51. That looks so lovely and warm perfect for chilly ays

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  52. aww that looks so warm and snuggly, great idea it being waterproof too!!

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  53. Wow, looks sooo snuggly and warm!

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  54. What a brilliant idea - do they make an adult size one ;-p x

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  55. It looks very comfy! I wish I heard about this sooner as I was struggling to find anything for my 2yo since she has grown out of her footmuff.
    Lilla Craig

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  56. Looks so lovely and warm, I have something similar for my baby son :)

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  57. Those were the days, mine are grown up now

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  58. Looks so cosy!

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  59. Looks very warm! Do they make them in adult sizes??

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  60. What a great idea - my friend is expecting soon and I'm sure she'd like one of these

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  61. Love this! We will have our baby close to fall/winter and this could come in handy! =)

    xo,
    Katie

    hellolittlebean.com

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  62. This wouldve been perfect for the weather we were having!

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  63. It looks like a great way to give infants extra warmth without restricting their movement.

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  64. Awwww how cute!

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  65. Great idea for this cold weather

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  66. I think it's very useful for babies :)

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  67. great idea - looks so comfortable

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  68. This looks fab for winter babies

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  69. So so cozy! Do they make them for adults? : )

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  70. God i wish i was still a baby,......

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  71. Looks nice and cosy perfect for a walk in the park x x

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  72. That looks so comfortable for baby and easy on the parent too!

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  73. Sooooo cute!!

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  74. It's a good way to keep them warm.

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  75. woulh have love this for my two when they were babies

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  76. This will keep you baby warm & snug :)

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  77. That looks so cosy, wish I'd had one of those when our kids were that small

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  78. I would have love something like this for my LO, maybe for baby no 3 ;)

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  79. Does it keep baby warm in the cold welsh weather?

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  80. Looks very sung, think ill have to get one for my little girl this winter

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  81. My sister is due soon. She would love this

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  82. Christina Jarrett18 April 2013 at 09:55

    Aw! That's SO cute! Great way of keeping the little ones nice and cosy! :D

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  83. Oh how I wish I'd had one of these when mine were in a pram/pushchair!!

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  84. That looks so snug!!! Do they come in adult size? :)

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  85. wow fantastic.. i wish i had one for my lil girl when she was small would have be fantasic xx

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  86. Wish I new about this when my daughter was a baba! Greatbidea

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  87. That looks so warm and cosy, shame my kiddiwinks are waaay to big for this now x

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  88. So cute, it looks really comfy and totally shields her from the cold weather.

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  89. I use to love the cosy toes that we had for the buggy, was handy as it was also useable on a pram seat as well as in the bike carrier.

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  90. That's fabulous, especially for windy days like today!

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  91. This is adorable and useful :) What more can you ask for!! xx

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  92. cute, but you just cant beat a Bugaboo :-)

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  93. i love this it looks like a snuggly cosy sleeping bag for babies, I'd quite like one for meself lol,

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  94. This looks very warm and cosy!

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  95. Ohhh that is so cute! Nothing more adorable that snuggles up little ones! X

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  96. Awwww, wish id known about these last year, by the time we will need them again my "baby" will be a walker :( xxx

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  97. Lovely and cosy and still perfect for this cold, cold spring!

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  98. That looks so cozy :)
    Newest follower here!

    --Allie
    http://lunavida23.blogspot.com/

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  99. that looks lovely and cosy - wish they did one for adults :-)

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  100. Oh, how cute! She looks so nice and cozy. I bet it's also a lot easier to use than a blanket, you don't have to worry about it falling off all the time!

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  101. snug, just wondering can you fasten the 5 point harness?

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  102. she is adorbs and that looks brill!

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  103. wish i was that small so i could fit in it. It would of kept me so warm and cozy on the school run :)

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  104. What a great idea, so good that it is interchangeable with a car seat too

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  105. It looks really practical for the UK - I love it! :-)

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  106. Elizabeth Williams19 April 2013 at 15:08

    Looks very snug and cosy. Will have to remember this when I have another baba

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  107. Eva Mitton-Urban19 April 2013 at 16:12

    Ultimate comfort love the pink bow - what a sweetie !

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  108. OOh i love that, love the material! Gorge piccies as usual!!

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  109. This looks so snuggly, I wish I'd had one of these when my son was a baby.

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  110. This looks great. My son hates his cosy toes but I think he'd be ok with this

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  111. Wish I had one of these when my daughter was small.

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  112. That looks cozy !


    Shaz V.

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  113. oooh I want one for me x Do you think they make them in my size?

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  114. D**m - I've already bought my new pram !

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  115. I think you could have taken her up snowdon in that! I want one for me

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    1. Haha! Yes it would be great for that. It is so cosy and warm :)

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  116. Would have been really handy this winter

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  117. This looks so snug and cosy. You wouldn't have to worry about your little ones getting cold whilst out on walks :)

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  118. that looks very cosy! not really seen many like that out and about

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  119. this is going on my 'to buy' list!!

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  120. Looks so cosy and cute!

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  121. Love this, it looks so cosy and warm.

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  122. Looks really cosy and safe

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  123. A great idea. A lot easier than putting a child in an all in one suit and hats/gloves

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  124. these papooses would be a godsend in the wonderful British weather!

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  125. wish i had one of those when my lo was a baby as early morning buses to the coach station was horrid.

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  126. This looks so warm and snuggly wish i got something like this for my daughter x

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  127. if only they did adult size :( @ckelly2304

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  128. Wow, I've never seen one of these before! I am due at the beginning of December, and would absolutely love one of these!

    coppelia100@btinternet.com

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