Top five Babyology posts in May

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May was all about the nursery! Proving that Babyologists love to be first with the latest news, our most popular post in May was our sneak-peek review of the brand new Pottery Barn store at Bondi Junction, Sydney.

It’s the first time the interiors megastore has opened anywhere other than North America and while those of us living outside of Sydney may be feeling a teensy bit jealous, we all benefit from online shopping via Pottery Barn’s first Australian store.

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There must be some serious nesting going on amongst our readers because two of our ‘Show Us Your Nursery’ features were in this month’s most popular posts. The first was Jude’s serene and modern nursery. Jude’s mum, Mina, an interior designer by trade, combined a calming palette of grey and white with some stunning pieces of designer nursery furniture to create a beautiful space.

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Sunday’s gorgeous nursery showed readers that you can squeeze a lot of style out of a small budget. Cool grey and peachy pinks were the focus for Sunday’s nursery and mum Briar Stanley shared lots of tips for finding a designer bargain.

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Readers keen to co-sleep with their baby were thrilled by the news that the Bednest bassinet has arrived at Australian retailer, Danish by Design. The Bednest allows for co-sleeping without many of the concerns that go along with having a baby in a parent’s bed but can also be used as a traditional bassinet.

Lastly, our post about breast milk pendants attracted lots of discussion. In case you missed it, a US designer creates lasting mementos of breastfeeding by turning your breast milk into pieces into keepsake jewellery – they are certainly a conversation piece!

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