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Baby Beanbags!

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Tried & Tested by my 3 monkeys! My first impression of the Baby Beanbag when it arrived at my door was quality with a capital “Q”. Baby Beanbags are made to a high standard, the fabrics are extremely durable and the design and colour combinations are really attractive. I’m impressed to say the least! If you don’t want to buy a rocker or bouncer….this is a [...]

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Baskets for odd bits…

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These gorgeous baskets are perfect for keeping little odd bits and pieces. Great for in the nursery for all your creams and bottles or for the boy who has a little collection of toys that need a special spot. Dimensions: 16cm x 16cm (10cm depth). Available through Iddy Biddy Boo for $20.00.

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The Shoe Tree!

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My boys have more shoes than I do but they really do need each and every pair they own. There are some gorgeous ones that should never really touch dirt and should be on display. Now there is a way! I call it the Shoe Tree but Boon Inc call it the Curl Baby Shoe Rack. Anyway, what better [...]

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Pram up the wall!

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If your garage is slowing filling up with clutter and you don’t want to store your pram in the car, this innovative universal hanging system will have your pram out of the way in seconds. The BuggUp keeps bulky prams and strollers out of the way and off the floor. Attach it to the wall in your garage [...]

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A baby’s heartbeat

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Obvious this isn’t a find for a boy but it is such an interesting find that I thought I would share it. I think it would make a beautiful gift for someone who is having their first child and something really special for a first time father to experience. Not only that, it would make an interesting [...]

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Look, Shake and Stack!

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Blocks and rattles come in all shapes, colours and sizes these days but this one will have your little one intrigued. Wonderworld Rainbow Sound Blocks are colourful blocks containing different beads which can be seen through transparent rainbow coloured safety glass. The blocks are great for construction, sorting, stacking and colour matching and pack neatly away in [...]

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Giddy Up Bibs!

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When you go to a restaurant and you know you will have to bring out a daggy old bib, don’t! These super cool bibs are the perfect accessory for a night out or if you just want to make a special occassion of dinner at home. Made from cotton fabrics, appliques and grosgrain ribbon. They are [...]

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Styled by Immie & Ollie

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One of the necessities after having a baby is a pram, unless you can use a baby carrier which I never could. The majority of the time our pram looks like a mess because my boys love to eat, drink and sleep in the pram whilst we are on the go. I actually can’t wait until we can [...]

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Stylin’ Dummy Action!

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Join the red carpet celebrities who love to use these clips for their babies. When out and about or just riding in the car, these ultra funky dummy clips created by Bella Tunno will keep pacifiers close and clean and most importantly, off the floor. We love the fresh and fun patterns on one side with a [...]

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Little Hands need Mini Cars!

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Matchbox cars too small, Tonka trucks too big BUT Mini Cars….perfecto! These uniquely designed mini wooden push cars are perfect for those chubby little fingers that are learning to grasp, push and pull objects and the colours and shapes are sure to attract his eye. The rubber wheels are made to withstand the hours of play as [...]

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