Tommee Tippee, the UK’s leading baby feeding accessories brand, has refreshed its best-selling Perfect Prep machine. The Perfect Prep Day & Night prepares a formula feed bottle to the perfect temperature in just two minutes, with new features including volume control and a glow light setting for easier, happier night feeds.
The Maxi-Cosi Star Wars Rodi collection features a range of different car seats depending on the make and model of your car. We have a Citroen C4 Grand Picasso which has three ISOFIX points in the second row. As the Maxi-Cosi Rodi is a slim fitting design you could easily get three of this car seat side by side in the car – which is great news as Piglet is still in a Stage 1 car seat. Roo usually draws the short straw and has to sit in the middle squished between to car seats, however, she has plenty of room thanks to the Rodi.
Getting all of these baby essentials can seem daunting and expensive, however, if you shop right at your local Aldi. The upcoming Baby & Toddler Specialbuy event offers everything from beautifully crafted nursery furniture to everyday essentials, at exceptional quality and prices to ensure parents and baby get the best possible start to 2018.
If you’re planning to be out and about with your family this winter, then your little one’s sensitive skin may feel the harsh effects of the chilly weather. WaterWipes – the world’s purest baby wipe – are the baby essential you need this winter.
Baby skin is much thinner and more sensitive than adult skin so it is important to have a ‘winter skin plan’ to keep your baby’s delicate skin healthy and clear from rashes and skin conditions.
During the October half term, Tigger received a very special invitation to take part in the filming for the new Maxi-Cosi Star Wars Rodi car seat. With Star Wars celebrating its 40th anniversary, Maxi-Cosi has taken this as an inspiration to design the Limited Edition Star Wars Rodi car seat collection. Something that not only looks fun and encouraging for the child to utilise but something that gives parents the peace of mind whilst they are travelling on the road with their children.
Nothing will have you reevaluating your home quite like a baby on the verge of crawling. Suddenly every room layout, plug, cord, and innocuous decorating choice will look like a potential danger to your precious little mover (whose crazy idea was it to have books on the bottom shelf of your bookshelves, anyway?).
While it is inevitable that small children are going to get into things they shouldn’t, there are certain steps you can take to make your home and property safer. Here are 11 ways to childproof your home, to help you stop worrying about safety and start worrying about how to keep up with your tiny speed racer!
In my life before children, I would kid myself into thinking that I was able to multitask with the best of them. Working in an administration environment it was common practice to be taking a phone call, typing something up on the computer, whilst calling another patient through to clinic etc. Heading into motherhood I knew that there would new skills that I would have to learn but hey I had multitasking down to a fine art.
Or so I thought.
Over the summer one of the must-see films was Despicable Me 3. Whilst away at Granny’s house they managed to…