Given added distractions and often strange schedules, working from home can be a challenge at any time. But when you add a baby or toddler to the mix, the difficulty level rises several notches. However, there are ways to survive working from home with a little one and without losing your sanity. To learn about some, read more.
Congratulate the new arrival in your life with the perfect present.
If your family, loved one or friend has just had a baby and you need some inspiration, you’ve come to the right place.
Giving the perfect gift for a little one can be an adorable, yet daunting process.
Finding that special something to take the new arrival from birth and beyond is no easy task but we’ve got you covered with a varied selection of presents, from practical newborn essentials to items that they will treasure for years to come.
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Despite many of us having our heart set on our future baby names since we were small – when it comes down to it, choosing a moniker is no easy task.
Will they be able to spell it with ease? Will it suit their personality? Will there be 18 others(!) with the same name in their reception class? The questions are enough to leave us anxiety-ridden whilst panic-eating a large bowl of Cheerios.
Looking ahead to 2019, the trend for choosing comfortably familiar names, with or without a twist, is definitely going to continue. Famous youngsters are also helping some names spike in popularity (Luna and Harper, anyone?)
There’s no denying that feeding babies is a messy business!
It’s not so bad in the early days, when you are feeding your baby from a spoon, because you are pretty much in control of where the food goes!
But once you introduce finger foods to your baby or give him his own spoon, then you’ll be AMAZED by just how much mess one little person can create!
Probably the most important tip we can offer you at this point is to TRY NOT TO WORRY ABOUT THE MESS and just enjoy these special moments with your baby.
If you’re a particularly tidy person, it’s not easy to sit back and watch your baby cover everything with food when your instincts are screaming at you to get it all cleaned up!
We are delighted to announce #BibEasybibs won the German Design Award special mention 2019 for Excellent baby product design.
What an achievement! We are feeling overjoyed and thankful to receive international recognition for our unique design which reduces dribble rash for babies.
Thank you to all the Judges for selecting BibEasy, we look forward to meeting them and collecting our award in Frankfurt next year.
More good times ahead!
We were absolutely overjoyed when a staff member from ITV contacted us to make a bespoke gift for Emmerdale’s Roxy Shahidi’s Baby shower.
Our luxury pram wicker hamper attracted their attention from a Facebook post and we just had to design something extra special for the happy couple.
Teething is the appearance of the first teeth through a baby’s gums. It can be a frustrating time for little ones and their parents. But knowing what to expect during teething and how to make the process a little less painful can help you manage.
Every new parent wants to ensure their home is equipped with all the essentials to welcome their baby.
There’s a lot to consider from baby clothes, a crib, pushchair to a baby seat for the car, and a whole lot more.
It makes sense to borrow from your friends who’ve been through this phase already. For example, a Moses basket or rocking crib for your baby will be useful for the first few months. After that, you can store it away for future expectant mothers, or for yourself if you’re likely to be expecting again.
We all want the best start for our newborn so we’ve outlined three things below to consider buying at the early stages of your pregnancy.
There’s nothing like being a Mum, it’s the best feeling in the world but let’s be honest it’s not always that way is it?
I tend to worry a lot, most of it is probably unnecessary, actually it is unnecessary (e.g. will she cry at nursery when I drop her off this morning and eat all her food or hurt herself)?
I send myself round the bend with thoughts of things that mostly never occur/happen.
If it’s not worrying, it’s the guilt of leaving her with someone else and thinking I should stay home and spend quality time with my child. I even feel guilty when I forget to do something like pay a bill because I feel I should be able to remember everything.
The challenges of adolescence can be harder for parents to deal with than for their kids
Bedtime is a time of frustration for many parents. They wish it could be a magical time to reconnect with children and share fond memories. Here are some easy ways to make those dreams come true