My Baba Measure: What’s Hot This Week | My Baba

From the latest Parental Control podcast and bullying prevention talks to zero-hassle jumpsuits and co-working creche space, here’s what the My Baba team are loving this week.

New podcast alert! Why Is Sugar So Addictive?

Our latest podcast has landed! Why is sugar so addictive and what damage is it doing to our children is the hot topic this week. Leonora is joined by Lizzie King, nutritionist and founder of Lizzie Loves Healthy to talk about the sweet spot, healthier alternatives and whether the damage of eating sugar in our own childhoods is reversible. The podcast is available to download on Apple Podcasts and Spotify or you can listen on our website here.

Ingenious and accessible: Leim’s zero-hassle jumpsuits

“I don’t want to be out for drinks (in a toilet cubicle that doesn’t lock) holding my jumpsuit in one hand and the door shut with the other” is how Leim’s practical jumpsuit came into being. Henrietta Lawrence, Leim’s founder, has designed a jumpsuit that works around your body rather than the other way around. Both functional and stylish, you can go to the loo without taking the whole lot off. Game-changer.

Shop now on WeAreLeim.com

Pride celebrations: MORI’s Embrace Love collection

In support of the New Family Social charity, MORI has launched an organic cotton collection of of t-shirts and lounge pants. £1 of each sale goes to the charity that improves the treatment of LGBT+ people in the adoption and fostering process.

Find on more on BabyMori.com

Listen up: KidZania’s Call Out Bullying campaign

The kids’ indoor city KidZania is hosting bullying prevention rallies in conjunction with WWE NEXT UK Superstars and the NSPCC to teach young people that bullying is never acceptable. The campaign, taking place Saturday 29th June in Westfield Shepherds Bush, will help children understand about the different types of bullying, the steps to take if they or someone they know is being bullied and help parents recognise the warning signs.

Find out more on KidZania.co.uk

Postnatal fitness: Jessica Ennis’s fitness app

The Jessica Ennis fitness app provides advice and exercise videos for women at all stages of their life, whether it’s regular exercise, staying fit during pregnancy or building strength post birth, Jess covers all areas. All of the sessions can be done at home and provide 20-to-30 minute bursts of exercise. We spoke to Jess to find out more about her exercise regime and how it’s helped her build her workout videos.

Read full interview.

A co-working space for parents: Cuckooz Nest

An office with creche space is the concept of Cuckooz Nest, London’s first co-working environment that allows parents to be close enough to their children to breastfeed and care for them without the distractions of working at home. Rather than shelling out for daycare and office space, Cuckooz Nest piles the two into one and facilitates you looking after your children in a child-friendly workplace. The pay-as-you-go office is based in Clerkenwell, a short walk from Farringdon station.

Find out more on Cuckooznest.co.uk

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Plant-based washing: Ecover Laundry Detergent

Since we’re moving towards chemical free in our cleaning and skincare regimes, don’t forget laundry too. Ecover delivers the same brilliant results as chemical formulas but is made from plant-based and mineral ingredients with naturally derived fragrances.

Shop now on Waitrose.com

About The Author

Lauren Hyland
Assistant Editor

Lauren keeps our readers up-to-date with the latest London events: from family outings to workshops for children to date nights in the city, she knows exactly what’s on and where. Contact lauren@mybaba.com

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