I love these educational designed prints and posters with a fun twist by Atomic Print. I know my son would love the rocket and solar system, and my daughter the numbers and letters.


Children’s book illustrator Claudia Bolt has created a range of products with her characters from ‘Melvin: The Luckiest Monkey in the World”. I think the placemat and pencil set would make a great present.

Melvin the Monkey tall pencil  set, £6, shop.tate.org.uk 2

If you’re looking for a fun and stylish reflector to make walking the streets a bit safer, check out these brilliant ones from Firefly. They would look great dangling from everything.


I’ve always loved the Stokke Trap high chair and when my daughter was little we used their cushion to make it a bit comfier. Messy Me have come up with this nifty wipe clean solution. Although I don’t think it would stops bits getting stuck where they’re not meant to, I think it’s a very clever alternative to the fabric option.


Wauwaa introduce these exclusive Louis La Sac to their site. Selling a range of linen for toddlers and children which are made from 100% cotton and jersey, but have a water proof membrane which they say is breathable and apparently silent, which sets them apart form the competition. They’r also anti dust mite which is great for those with sensitive skin.