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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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Choosing natural bedding for kids and organic baby sleeping bags

There is more and more awareness these days of the importance of choosing natural bedding for kids. Here we talk through the benefits of different fabrics for your [...]

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Organic baby sleeping bags for a better nights sleep

Importance of sleep quality for children’s health

LACK OF SLEEP CAN CAUSE LOW MOOD AND LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN CHILDREN It probably won’t come as a surprise that sleep quality goes hand in hand with children’s [...]

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Baby sleep advice: Why your baby should sleep in a dark room

Written by Susan Wallace, a Certified Sleep Consultant and Baby Massage Educator Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone, which sends a message to the body to prepare for [...]

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Natural Blackout Blinds – making them safe for babies

We’re so excited to introduce our latest product - our natural blackout blinds have been in development for almost two years to ensure they meet our high standards. [...]

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Safer Sleep Guide (for baby sleeping bags)

One of the most important factors to consider to ensure safe sleep for your baby is temperature, particularly to reduce the risk of overheating. This is consistent across [...]

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Why isn’t my baby sleeping? 4 questions to ask yourself as a parent

Written by MyTamarin, childcare and maternity nurse specialists When it comes to babies, sleep is one of the most talked about topics among parents and is one of [...]

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Bedding: It’s all about what’s inside

When choosing sleeping bags, blankets and duvets for your little ones, the outer fabric is very important, but it’s mainly about what’s inside, and here’s why.

As the filling makes up the majority of the fabric, it’s really important that it’s a high quality, natural fibre which is going to help regulate your baby’s temperature. Synthetic fabrics such as polyester inside a duvet or sleeping bag are not breathable and can easily cause overheating and sweaty nights, while not keeping in the warmth on cooler evenings.


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