Pop in nappy

Product Review: Pop In Cloth Nappies

What can I say? I’m in love with the pop-in cloth nappy.  This award winning all in one nappy is so easy to use and wash and because the inserts just pop straight out and it didn’t take long to dry. I was lucky enough to try out both the pop-in dream dri and the […] Read more…

Jax Naps

Product Review: Jax Naps

The Jax Naps has become one of my favourite pocket nappies.  I have found them to be easy to use with fool proof velcro (even my husband can use this nappy without problems!), quick drying and we just love the bright green colour! The inserts are shaped to fit the contours of the nappy and […] Read more…

Seedling Baby

Product Review: Seedling Baby

Seedling Baby sizeless modern cloth pocket nappies have a nice water proof gingham outer (available in a range of colours) that looks and feels very durable, so it should handle everything your little one can throw at it. They are available with either a snap clip or Velcro system. I got to review a nappy […] Read more…

Cloth Nappies 101

Congratulations on venturing into the lovely yet confusing world of cloth nappies! With so many options that are now available it has became highly confusing for parents new to cloth to know where to begin or what brands to look at. The first thing you need to look at is your lifestyle.  Are you a […] Read more…

Newborn baby to 18 months artilce

Babies newborn to 2 years

Newborn to 18 months When they are very little, babies can often have an awake-time in the evening. This can be hard when you’re tired too, but like all the other stages young children go through, it does not last forever. Babies learn through their five senses – give them lots of different things to see, […] Read more…

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Toddlers 2-5 years

Two to three years Between two and three toddlers begin to see themselves as separate and independent individuals. They’re starting to understand ownership and will use words like “mine”. They’re more aware of, and interested in, other children but learning how to play takes lots of practice. Increased physical skills see them enjoying and sometimes insisting […] Read more…

The Baby View

Six things children need

The SKIP approach is based around the Six Principles – six things children need to grow into happy, capable adults – as outlined by The Discipline and Guidance of Children research report. Love and warmth You can never spoil a child with too much love. Showing warmth and affection builds trust, positive self-esteem. and strengthens your […] Read more…

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Your Guide to Stages of Labour

Every labour is different so there’s no set rule about when to go to the hospital. Generally it’s best to call your midwife or the hospital first so they can assess whether they think it’s time for you to go in. If this is your first baby, you should call when your contractions are five […] Read more…

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Baby Layette List

Having your 1st baby is such a special time in every parents life but it can be a little daunting to know what you actually need!  To be honest you don’t need a lot. As long your baby has something to wear, somewhere to sleep and is fed, they are happy! For the 1st couple […] Read more…

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