1. Kids irritable, not eating or sleeping well? They may be iron-deficient

    Imagine how difficult it is for children who are iron-deficient to keep up with their busy little lives. Kids who are lacking in iron can display irritability, insomnia and a reduced appetite – and if your kids are lacking in iron they’re in good company, as

  2. 10 fun things to do with the kids in Melbourne

    Here is the scoop on great kid-friendly cafes, adventurous activities and some hidden gems only known to the locals. Even if you’re Melbourne born and bred I think you will find some surprises. Come discover ten great ideas for a family day out in Melbourne.

  3. Etsy find of the day – pretend felt vegie patch

    Let little gardeners tend their vegie patch whenever they like with this too-cute-for words pretend vegetable garden. Kids can plant felt carrots, leeks, lettuce, parsnips, beets, celery and flowers. It’s all contained in a hinged wooden case. $129 from Poland’s Florfanka.

  4. Sweet fun with chocolate Lego

    When Valentine’s Day comes around, the usual go-to gifts are roses and chocolate. But like many ladies, I’d prefer something handmade. A gift that’s had some time and thought put into it, rather than grabbing some choccies at the corner store. Now a Japanese designer has

  5. SUPAflat – the stylish high chair with design cred

    This one’s for all the lovers of designer furniture. Who knew that a safe and reliable high chair could actually complement the furniture you already have? It’s no wonder the SUPAflat baby high chair won a prestigious Red Dot Award for product design. That’s a

  6. A hungry appetite calls for a Hungry Mat!

    Food can be fun and now the table can be too! New to the amazing gift lineup at DOIY is the Hungry Mat. The perfect partner for any small person’s snack and meal time, the Hungry Mat is sure to make meal time all the