“It's all warm and snuggly, isn't it?”
You're getting your son ready for bed. You put him in bed under the blankets. You want him to feel comfortable and safe, so you say this.
It's all warm and snuggly, isn't it?
Use "all" in front of positive adjective to mean "very" or "completely". Parents do this a lot when speaking to children, so it sounds comforting. Here are some examples:
It's all warm and snuggly in here, isn't it?
Now you're all clean and fresh!
Something that is "snuggly" is warm and comfortable. Imagine a warm bed, a stuffed animal toy, or cuddling with a loved one.
We use the word "snuggly" more often with children than with adults.
Ask "...isn't it?" at the end of a sentence that you want someone to agree with.
That cocktail is pretty strong isn't it?
My hair is messed up, isn't it?