From conversations about equality and supporting Tommy’s to the Owlet Cam and Newton Faulkner’s kids’ album, here’s what the My Baba team are loving this week.

The most complete baby monitoring system ever

See, listen and talk to your baby from anywhere with the Owlet Cam. It live-streams directly to your smartphone and you can listen to it while using your phone for other things too. It’s WiFi encrypted, making it super secure and easily attaches to your wall, so cables are safely out of reach. Owlet also has integrated its Smart Sock with the camera. This is basically a sock that can track your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels, then report it to your Owlet app. Who said you can’t buy peace of mind?

Buy now on OwletBabycare.co.uk or Amazon.co.uk

Support Tommy’s through the Big Give Christmas Challenge

Tommy’s support families who are going through a miscarriage and sadly one in four babies will be lost before birth to miscarriage. The family charity is aiming to raise £100,000 to create the Miscarriage Care Plan for women and their families around the UK, so that all parents, regardless of their postcode will receive the care and treatment they need.

During Big Give Week (3-10 Dec 2019), Every penny you donate to Tommy’s during the Big Give week will be doubled.

Donate now on Tommys.org

Newton Faulkner’s My Moozik

It’s music for kids that grown-ups will like too. That’s right, singer/songwriter Newton Faulkner has created an album called ‘My Day’ for kids that’s catchy and well produced. The songs take the children through their day and help them through any tricky bits. It also comes with a hardback book with illustrations and lyrics.

Buy now on MyMoozik.com or listen on Spotify

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Piccolo supporting London families this Christmas

Piccolo has teamed with Little Village and City Harvest to support families in need this December and beyond. The baby food brand, that has been voted as one of the 30 most philanthropic businesses in the UK, has already donated more than a quarter of a million meals to date. Piccolo will be donating 100,000 baby pouches to City Harvest and providing material donations to Little Village.

Find out more on MyLittlePiccolo.com

Environmentally-friendly kids’ toothbrushes

Making teeth brushing fun is a surefire way to keep up your child’s oral hygiene. Did you know that just under a quarter of 5-year-olds have tooth decay? Enter Deeno-saur, the design start-up company making toothbrushes that appeal to children. First up, the bamboo toothbrushes, specially designed to fit young mouths. The bamboo is naturally anti-bacterial and can be recycled after use. The Deeno-saur battery toothbrush is a brilliant way to get children interested in teeth brushing with fun stickers and a hatchable Deeno Egg.

Shop now on Amazon.co.uk

Sign the kids up for TARKA London

“Carefully curated classes engage my children mentally as well as physically, increasing their agility as well as their ability to work together as a team, and finally to unwind and breathe at the end,” says Caroline, one of the mums whose kids are signed up to TARKA London classes. That’s precisely what you can expect from a TARKA class; a brilliant mix of physical and mental activity rolled into one — the kids love it. It’s suited from 18 months – 8 years and is based in Fulham, Chelsea, and Notting Hill. Book in now for a week of classes running from 16th-20th Dec.

Find out more on TarkaLondon

First steps in comfort

British award-winning brand Poco Nido makes those all-important first steps as comfortable as they can be with its gorgeous range of toddler shoes. We’re loving the new Mighty collection that is made from soft durable leather and suited for indoors and outdoors. These adorable shoes will let your child explore in comfort and style.

Shop now on Poconido.com

Making meaningful conversations with your children

A single conversation can have a huge and lasting impact on a person’s life, especially a child’s. These conversation cards from Together Equal kickstart conversations and aim to reset social values and spark discussions about societal issues such as ‘‘If a man and a woman do the same job should they be paid the same?’. All profits on these cards go towards Together Equal’s charity partners: Mums in Need and The Dash Charity.

Buy now on TogetherEqual.com

On the My Baba wishlist…

Skincare masks, bubuskincare

Secret Santa t-shirts, Action For Children

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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