Have a look around this section for unique products for hungry kids. Whether you’re looking for breastfeeding accessories, BPA free bottles or adorable utensils, we guarantee there will be something here that will make you smile.

Babyology Feeding

Eclectic finds from Playtime Tokyo – August 2014

tokyoheader1 Eclectic finds from Playtime Tokyo   August 2014

We’ve loved Playtime Tokyo, not only for its brilliant children’s fashion, but for the eclectic mix of everything in the realm of children – including toys, décor and feeding. Come and take a look at what we found at the latest show, which wound up on August 28. Read More »

Update – go bananas over new children’s textiles from Brouk Sisters!

brouk2 Update   go bananas over new childrens textiles from Brouk Sisters!

Soft, pretty, squishy – all things that make for a cuddly comforter for small children. Everything in this collection is completely cuddle-worthy and now comes in a fruity new design. Read More »

No more spills with the Lovi 360 cup

For 360 cup 3 No more spills with the Lovi 360 cup

Making the transition from a bottle or cup with a teat to a regular cup can be a tricky (and messy) time for your child, and indeed for everyone involved! Here is a revolutionary style of cup which promises to make things just a bit easier. Read More »

Win one of three Pumping Mums prize packs from Kiinde and PumpEase – Prizeapalooza day 28

kiinde starter kit 1 Win one of three Pumping Mums prize packs from Kiinde and PumpEase   Prizeapalooza day 28

Expressing breastmilk for your baby can be a time-consuming hassle, especially if you need to do it on a regular basis, but for some mums it’s just a fact of life. Three mums will find the process a whole lot easier, when they take home today’s Prizeapalooza giveaway.

Read More »

14 top tips to make family meal times a breeze

toddler eating 14 top tips to make family meal times a breeze

Food – what, how and whether kids are eating – can take up more than its fair share of parents’ energy and thoughts, particularly in those early years. From first foods to fussy pre-schoolers and beyond, family meal times can be an ever-changing minefield.

Read More »

//