whether you’re embarking on the exciting journey that is weaning, or venturing out for the very first time with your little one,
we’re here to support you every step of the way


breastfeeding vs bottle feeding

Breastfeeding vs bottle feeding read more

a guide to weaning

A guide to weaning read more

high chair buying guide

High chair buying guide read more

baby weaning recipes

Weaning recipe read more

coping with baby allergies

Coping with baby allergies read more

vital vitamins for babies and children

Vital vitamins for babies and children read more

looking after children's teeth

Looking after children's teeth read more

top tips for eating out with a toddler

Top tips for eating out with a toddler read more

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nursery buying guide

Nursery buying guide read more

baby décor inspiration

Baby décor inspiration read more

how to swaddle your baby

How to swaddle your baby read more

baby sleep safety

Baby sleep safety read more

how to position a baby for sleep

establishing a bedtime routine

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learning through play

Learning through play read more

games to make your baby giggle

Games to make your baby giggle read more

from 'me' to 'we': encouraging group play

From 'me' to 'we': encouraging group play read more

inspiring children to play and exercise

Inspiring children to play and exercise read more

how to play with your baby

tummy time play

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picking the perfect pushchair

Picking the perfect pushchair read more

the benefits of babywearing

The benefits of babywearing read more

baby home safety

Baby home safety read more

top tips for potty training

Top tips for potty training read more

baby car seat groups explained

let kids be kids

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..and don’t forget!

babywearing week
1 - 9 October 2019

The International Babywearing Week celebrates the many benefits of babywearing for both parents and babies. A centuries-old practice, wearing your little one lets you keep your hands free, helps with bonding and allows you to go where pushchairs can’t – it’s no wonder it’s become so popular. All in all, babywearing is a flexible travel option that shouldn’t be overlooked.

Don't forget to always follow The T.I.C.K.S rule* for safe babywearing:

Tight -
In view at all times -
Close enough to kiss -
Keep chin off the chest -
Supported back

Download the full T.I.C.K.S guidelines here
*TICKS used with permission of the UK Sling Consortium