What would I love for Christmas? As a parent of three, I can honestly say – a good nights sleep! My eldest twin daughter, who by the way is now almost three and a half, still thinks it’s acceptable to try to climb into our bed at all hours of the night resulting in my eye bags being bigger than ever before.
As Christmas creeps closer, I always wonder what to buy folks for Christmas. It can be hard as what can you get for relatives that don’t ask for anything in particular? This year is the time where I feel like I need to think outside the box. Knowing what I would love, surely that is a pretty good starting point for others? So for Christmas how about giving the gift of sleep!
I was very kindly sent two memory foam Eve pillows to test out. I have never tried a memory foam pillow before and from the second my head rested on them, I couldn’t believe I had waited so long. You head literally moulds into the pillow. My husband would agree that I am a fretful and restless sleeper, forever tossing and turning and plumping up pillows so this for him was bliss! No more waking up to the sound of me beating a pillow with feathers flying everywhere.
The beauty of these pillows that it will mould to each individual and gives you more support than a feather or fibre filled pillow. They are also designed to help circulation and muscle alignment. It did take a bit of getting used to after over 30 years using feather pillows but I’m converted.
The pillows starts from £59 but the more you buy, the bigger discount you get. They also sell in the same range mattresses, mattress protectors, duvets and sheets to ensure you go to bed in complete and utter blissful comfort.
On these cold winter mornings, there’s no better way than to curl up in bed in complete and utter heaven with these pillows. I’ve been struggling to wake up in the morning as I am so damn comfy! Now, if I can get my daughter to understand the concept of staying in her own bed then it quite frankly would be the DREAM!
Disclosure – we were sent the two pillows photographed for the purpose of this review. All words, opinions and images are my own