From allergen-free chocolate and children’s multivitamins to skin-to-skin tops and contemporary maternity fashion, here’s what the My Baba team are loving this week.
Essential nutrients: Zita West x My Baba Children’s Multivitamins
Children often don’t meet the recommended daily nutrient intake, so a multivitamin will give them a nutritional boost. Zita West x My Baba Children’s Multivitamin powder contains 100% or more of the 12 essential vitamins, as well as a high level of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium based friendly microflora. What’s more, it has a natural strawberry flavour too, so it won’t be difficult to encourage the kids to take it each day.
Shop online on ZitaWest.com
Flattering pregnancy fashion: Mother Rose
Mother Rose was born out of the desire of developing a collection of clothing for women who don’t want to sacrifice who they are when becoming a mother. With classic tailoring and iconic design, Mother Rose proves that style can be practical and work with pregnancy and breastfeeding rather than hinder it.
Shop online on Mother-Rose.co.uk
Endless kids’ activities: End of the Road festival
The indie rock festival in Wiltshire has a list of kids’ workshops and events longer than you can imagine. With clay modelling, willow lantern making, exciting electronics, sun printing, yoga games, animal mask making, circus skills, sports and games, and more, End of the Road is the ideal way for families to round off the festival season. As for the lineup, don’t miss Courtney Barnett, Beirut and Michael Kiwanuka.
Book now on EndOfTheRoadFestival.com
Comfortable and supportive: the Boba Wrap
For the first six months, the Boba Wrap is a must-have. While many new parents shy away from wraps, the Boba has easy to follow instructions meaning you’ll have your baby strapped onto your chest within minutes. The intelligent fabric clings to the contours of your body and your baby and provides sufficient comfort and support for both of you at all times.
Shop online on UK-Boba.com
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Thoughtful gifting: Petit Collage
Petit Collage creates thoughtful and sustainable playsets for children that are ideal for keeping the kids entertained on-the-go. Very simply designed, the Robot Magnetic Play Set contains 12 magnetic pieces that can be mixed and matched for endless imaginative fun. Design & Draw kits also feature mix and match characters and a drawing pad to bring the designs to life.
Shop online on ALittleFind.com
Dairy, soy and gluten-free delights: Enjoy! chocolate
When nothing else compared, Chris Crutchley decided to design his own range of chocolates that are free from the 14 main allergens, including dairy, soy and gluten. Chris, who hasn’t been able to eat chocolate for decades due to various intolerances, has designed something that he believes truly hits the spot taste-wise, so much so that two former Thorntons directors are backing him. Now his range boasts of 26 products with the base ingredients of each recipe containing cacao powder, cacao butter and coconut sugar.
Shop online on JoyOfEnjoy.co.uk
Hands-free: Seraphine’s skin-to-skin tops
The vast benefits of skin-to-skin time have been heavily proven for both mama and baby, with regular contact helping to regulate body temperature, breathing and heartbeat, as well as improve milk production and increase comfort and bonding. Seraphine has developed a skin-to-skin top to maximise cuddle time while sitting without restricting your movements. Always keep hold of the baby while standing.
Shop online on Seraphine.co.uk
Early years education: London Nursery Schools
Welcoming children from one to five years, London Nursery Schools know that the first years of education are crucial to your child’s development. Qualified teachers and early years practitioners support the learning and needs of every child and work with local communities and families to understand what’s best for your child. The Bluebell Cottage learning approach helps your child to develop confidence and emotional and social skills. Mindfulness and yoga, food and nutrition, and art and design are key aspects of the LNS curriculum.
Find out more on LondonNurserySchools.co.uk