Plastic Free Christmas: How to have a more sustainable Christmas this year

Wahooo it's nearly Christmas! Such an exciting and happy time of year, but if we're not careful it's also a time of year which can have a hugely [...]

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Why Babies Should Never Sleep In Polyester

Does your baby wake up too often in the night feeling too hot or too cold? Most baby sleeping bags use a polyester wadding (or polyester blend fabric), [...]

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Sleeping away from home this Christmas: The travel bed to solve all your problems

Christmas is around the corner and lots of you will have plans to visit family and friends over the festive season. But sleeping away from home can be [...]

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Microplastics have been found in 75% of human breastmilk samples. How to reduce your microplastic exposure

Recently microplastics have been found in the human blood, in mother's placentas and are 10-20x more prevalent in baby poo than adult poo. Now, a study published this [...]

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Baby sleep: What’s normal and managing realistic expectations

Baby sleep is HARD and mostly extremely confusing. We'd all like our babies to sleep a little (or a lot!) better - trust me, I've been there! The [...]

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How organic fabrics can help your baby sleep

One of the first questions asked by baby sleep consultants is "what fabrics does your baby sleep in?". This is because waking up too hot or too cold [...]

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How To Help Your Baby Sleep In Hot Weather

There’s a simple solution to help babies sleep when temperatures soar. Babies find it hard to sleep during hot weather, so weather you're away from home on a [...]

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How to cut down on plastic: 6 simple ways to reduce your family’s exposure to plastic this Plastic Free July

Plastics are polluting our homes, contaminating our bodies and choking the planet. It's estimated that bottle fed babies are likely to ingest up to 3 million micro-plastic particles [...]

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National Clean Air Day: Indoor air pollution and children

The UK government acknowledges that air pollution is the biggest environmental health risk we are currently facing. Air pollution causes around 36,000 deaths in the UK each year. [...]

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What every parent should know about sun safety: Six often overlooked things to consider when enjoying the sun this summer.

From natural suncream, vitamin D, hose pipe safety and toxic products, there are some really important things parents should consider when enjoying the sun safely this Sun Safety [...]

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Earth Day Micro-Plastic Detox Challenge

MICRO-PLASTICS NOW FOUND IN THE LUNGS OF LIVING HUMANS This month, another worrying study has found micro-plastics deep inside the lungs of living humans. This follows last months' [...]

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Natural ways to promote sleep

Guest blog written by Susan Wallace, founder of Settled Petals, an expert in infant sleep, potty training, baby yoga & baby massage. World Sleep Day is taking place [...]

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Safer Sleep Week: Choosing the safest baby sleeping bag

Core to our ethos is helping to protect the safety and health of babies and the planet. It's why we do what we do. Safer sleep for babies [...]

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Non-toxic blackout blinds for nurseries

It seems ridiculous even writing a title about non-toxic nursery blackout blinds. Surely, all blackout blinds should have to be non-toxic, especially if they're designed for use in [...]

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International Women’s Day with @MAMAWELLUK: #BreakTheBias on exercise during pregnancy.

Guest blog post written by Rosie Stockley, founder of @mamawelluk. International Women’s Day is a great time to reflect and amplify the achievements of women, but we should [...]

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