I had a great time reading the translated text from the purely German site
Kokokaka. I got Babelfish – my trusty online translator – to do all the hard work for me. The
products aren’t exactly self-explanatory, so some further investigation
was most definitely required.
As a great alternative to those
bear skin rugs we all have in front our hearths (wink wink), the play
rugs ‘invite large and small discoverers’ to remove and reposition the
rings, eyes and stripes. I just love the "Krake" design even though
it’s not anatomically correct! They’re 100% soft cotton, so are
machine washable and just perfect for nappy-free tummy time.
My 8 month old would adore the "Oktopus" bib – he shoves everything
into his mouth, especially the tags sewn into bibs and toys
– how lovely to have a favourite feature already built in! There’s also
the hare and penguin designs to choose from.
Next up is the range of very strange "Schnullergewichten" (dummy holders), which seem to loop
around pram or car seat harnesses to keep the dummy accessible to baby,
as well as providing a soft play thing on the other end.
Perhaps the most puzzling of all the product range is the "Erdmännchen" (Earth
Man) baby burp cloth. Not quite sure about that one, but the "Fuchs" (fox)
design is most definitely chic. Both are available in black or red,
which along with white, are the signature colours of Kokokaka and
most appealing to the eyes of young babies.
Contact Kokokaka about stockists and shipping options.
Use an online translator if you’re sheepish about emailing them in English.