How to fit a car seat in 7 simple steps Every brand of car seat is different and with that, every car seat itself is different. So it only makes sense that the way to fit each seat can vary also. For first time parents taking your child on a journey in the car is never just as simple as doing up a seat belt. There are now a large number of brands who make car seats. With this in mind, here are 7 simple steps to make fitting your new... Read More
Phil & Teds Dot V2 Review For a review of the latest model please see; Phil & Teds Dot v3 + Double Kit We’ve all heard about the most compact inline from Phil & Teds to date, but the all new Phil & Teds Dot V2 is all set to improve on this. At just 59cm wide it’s one of the slimmest double inline buggy’s on the market, so we couldn’t wait to see what had changed on the new V2 model. New features of the Dot V2 The... Read More
They’re designed to make your child feel as if they’re still in your arms, however most of the time they don’t seem to work. It’s the dawn of the high-tech baby bouncers. If you have a newborn then a baby bouncer or rocker can seem like the perfect escape for helping to get your little one to sleep whilst you’re busy doing other things like the washing or even having a shower. They’re ideal for parents who don’t usually have help during the day and just need a moment or... Read More
It’s man bag time. Excuses, excuses. It’s all mothers tend to hear when it comes to asking a man to take a hold of the buggy – even if it’s to simply tie up your shoe lace! “The changing bag’s too girlie” “I can’t be seen with that!” “What will my friends think?” “I’m a man not a woman” We’ve heard them all before boys! And it stops now.
Quinny Buzz Xtra Review Summary The Quinny Buzz Xtra is a bright and bold all-terrain stroller. Its tough wheels let it glide across all surfaces and terrains. Available in ‘Purple Pace’, ‘Red Rumour’ or the iconic ‘Black’ which make it a very attractive pushchair. Seat With a 5-point padded safety harness that is height adjustable, the extra comfy highly padded seat is suitable from 6 months and holds up to 50lbs. The seat unit has a two position recline and can also be either forward or parent facing. This feature... Read More
BOB Sport Utility Review BOB strollers are known for their high quality and love of rugged terrain. The Sport Utility keeps the famous BOB branding and simply adds to its décor. This well made sturdy buggy is perfect for parents who love to run and take baby with them. Seat The seat is ultra padded and you can see it’s be perfectly designed for jogging with comfort for baby in mind. There is a 5 point safety harness that comes with highly padded shoulder and crotch pads so know that... Read More
Cosatto Giggle 2 Pushchair Review Summary Cosatto are well known for their quirky prints and fashionable style, and the Cosatto Giggle 2 Pushchair is no different. It’s a stroller made to last from day one and includes everything you could ever need (or think of) when purchasing a buggy. With a carrycot that’s suitable from birth and a main seat unit that can be forward or rear facing, any position is possible and like always with Cosatto, all the accessories are included! Available in so many different patterns to choose from,... Read More
Quinny Moodd Pushchair Review Summary Ultra modern and unique, the Quinny Moodd Pushchair has been named Quinny’s most fashionable pushchair that’s also suitable from birth. Available in 8 vibrant colours including Red Rumour, Violet Focus, Purple Pace, Natural Delight, Black Irony or Black Devotion. Features Seat With a Baby Nest included the Quinny Moodd is suitable from birth to 15kg (approximately 3 and a half years). This means that it’s perfect for parents with an eye for design that want one buggy to take their child from newborn to toddler. We... Read More
The definition of a childminder is a person who looks after children in their own home for payment. Most parents would be wary of leaving their child behind at a stranger’s house. Although they may be qualified and have the chat that you love to hear, what can they actually do for your child?