Top five posts in November


Readers are clearly in ‘end-of-the-year’ mode, with posts about holidays and Christmas shopping proving to be the most popular in November.

Our story about the Etihad Airways Flying Nanny scheme (essentially a dedicated in-flight child care assistance program for families on board long haul flights), was greeted with much enthusiasm and was our most popular post in November. Anyone planning to test the service over the Christmas holidays?


Clearly our readers were in the mood for some online shopping as our Christmas Gift Guides proved a big hit. Whether you were looking for the perfect pressie for a newborn baby, something for the teachers or some stocking stuffers, our fourteen different Gift Guides were packed with terrific ideas. Missed them? There’s still time to do some last-minute shopping!


Rarely a month goes by when a reader’s nursery doesn’t make it into our five most popular posts and November is no exception. This month, we were ohh-ing and ahh-ing over Ella’s garden-inspired nursery. Large French doors overlooking the garden fill Ella’s nursery with light, warmed with splashes of red and pink.

Caravan Cubbies 25

There are cubby houses that are so cool that they have parents wanting one for themselves. Such is the case with the Melbourne-designed Caravan Cubbies. Inspired by the fifties tear-drop caravan, these beauties are roomy and packed with retro style. I certainly wouldn’t mind one in my backyard!

Rounding out our top five for November was the new Dote Nursingwear collection available at Queen Bee. The collection includes modern, practical pieces that are perfect for mums wanting to create a capsule wardrobe.


One Comment

  1. I was quite disappointed with Etihad nanny service at my last flight from Abu Dhabi to Seoul. A Staff introduced herself at the boarding gate and walked me along the airbridge. When boarding, I had a stroller with me and I had to fold it before getting on board, I asked for help (either assist me to fold it or hold my baby) but I ended up putting my 11 months old baby on the dirty carpet as she could not figure out how to fold it and she told me that she could not hold a baby due to the policy.

    Then she guided me to my allocated seat and since then I had no help from her or even saw her on the plane until landing. I had trouble going to toilet while my baby was sleeping all by herself on my seat, and was looking for help from any of staff, and I ended up waiting for 40 mins until a gentleman next to me waking up and asking him to watch my baby for a few minutes.

    No baby meal was given (lucky it was a night flight and my baby slept through) so I thought nanny staff was too busy with other babies but one thing that I found out was that my baby was the only infant on the plane on that night.

    I was so happy to find out about the service but now I am not sure if I want to fly with Etihad again.

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