Posts Tagged ‘eco-friendly baby products’

Why do Babies Dribble?

Oct 04 2014

Most babies will start to dribble or drool at around the age of three months. Fortunately a dribble bib helps keep baby’s clothes dry throughout the day, but without a bib a baby will be soaking wet from dribble very quickly. This is because the salivary glands are starting to work in preparation for solid foods but not capable of moving the saliva to the back of the mouth to swallow it.

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Mums’ Friendships Going Down The Toilet With Potty Training

Jun 25 2012

One in three mums has fallen out with someone over how to raise their children, a study has revealed.

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New and Inspired products tailored for you, your baby’s safety and wellbeing

Apr 18 2012

London Mums’ favourite baby feeding essentials! Funky, fashionable, unbreakable but more importantly safe and cost effective.

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From mum to mumpreneur: mum of two Emily becomes the inventor of Bundlebean

Oct 04 2011

A few weeks ago I received a phone call from Emily saying ‘I just remembered I am London Mum number 30’! It made my day. Mum of 2, Emily Goodall, is not only an active London Mum but also the founder and inventor of BundleBean, the only 5-in-1 waterproof baby blanket with an ingenious and unique design that means it fits snugly on to all buggies, bike seats, baby carriers, infant car seats and can open out flat for use as a picnic rug or play mat. Emily invented BundleBean after becoming frustrated at the amount of expensive kit required to keep her new baby warm and dry in different circumstances.

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September 2011 Newsletter

Sep 02 2011

Dear London Mums

School and nursery are finally starting again and it will feel like going on holiday for us mums! As school preparations get underway check out our ‘back to school’ feature including school essentials, handwriting tips, colouring and being creative, facts on the true cost of school bags, gluten free school lunch ideas and school fundraising tips (for PTA activists).

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