July 2014


The Hills Are Alive With The Importance Of Music

It’s been called the universal language and regardless of where you’re from or what ethnicity you are, you’re bound to have heard a tune or two. Every culture makes music. Every culture loves music. And with children’s brains being like big ol’sponges taking in everything they see and hear, its surprising they don’t start singing along from the moment they’re born!


Shout Out: Cosatto Giggle

Introducing the Giggle (and that’s not just a laugh!) This week we’ve taken an extra special delivery of COSATTO! Everybody’s favourite and most colourful baby stuff on the market, getting noticed with one of these on your arm will not go unmissed. Could these funky little travel systems be the start of something new?

UPPAbaby Cruz 21/07/2014
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UPPAbaby Cruz Review

UPPAbaby Cruz Review   For reviews of the latest models please see; UPPAbaby Cruz 2015   The UPPAbaby Cruz is suitable from 6 months of age and holds up to 15kg in weight; which is approximately up until the age of 4 years. It’s got all the great features you’d expect in a full size stroller, but delivered in a dainty compact version.   The stylish colours come mainly from the hoods, which are placed above either a black or red seat unit. The Jake Black, Sydney Yellow, Maeve Lilac and Tyler... Read More


What’s with all the sun cream mum?

Summer’s fast approaching and as we’re jetting off on our holidays the kids are bound to start kicking up a fuss wherever sun cream is concerned. Despite the numerous efforts to encourage them to wear even the slightest little bit, with maybe even a bribe or two thrown in for good measure, sun cream is still out of the question. And wearing a sunhat simply isn’t worth the fuss.

Maclaren Mark II 07/07/2014
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Maclaren Mark II Review

Maclaren Mark II Review   Summary It’s a super lightweight, compact stroller; that is perfectly designed to withstand the rigours of travel. By weighing in at a ridiculously low 3.3kg/ 7.3 lbs (that’s the equivalent of just over three bags of sugar) it’s at least 3 kilograms lighter than any competitors! Even previous Maclaren models such as the Quest weigh in at around 6.4kg. This comes from the aircraft-grade aluminium hexagonal tubing, which is just a fancy way of saying that the buggy’s frame is super light and rather strong.... Read More

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Maclaren Volo Review

Maclaren Volo Review Light weight, easy to carry and it looks great. What more could you possibly need from a stroller specifically tailor made for on-the-go parents? It’s super sleek and comes in an array of vibrant colours, but not forgetting the classic black. It’s been brilliant on errands running around town because of its lightweight and ease of carrying. It even done well getting on and off of public transport, which is hard to come by with all the larger buggy’s around.

Want To Lose That Mummy Tummy? Then Shun The 30 Days Ab Challenge

The month of June saw the rise and (more importantly) fall of the ‘30 days Ab Challenge’ which over the course of a month promised the flattest stomach that you could imagine. All of which failed as by day 10 the pure torture of the ever increasing amount of sit-ups and leg raises was way beyond any will power I ever had to get fit.