Monthly Archives: January 2014

Fridge-To-Go Medium Lunch Range

Fridge-To-Go Medium Lunch Range

Name of the Product Fridge-To-Go Medium Lunch Range. Age Group it’s for 8 years to adult. Colour range is extensive so can be gender specific or neutral. Specifics · BPA-free, lead and PVC-safe · Liquid in the freezer block is non-toxic purified salt water · 20W x 8D x 23H (cm) – internal measurement ·… Read More »

Expert Interview: It all Starts with Conception

Dr Sonya Jessup

Conception I think you’d agree that starting at the very beginning is probably very wise, whi ch is why our first Ask an Expert guest is fertility specialist Dr. Sonya Jessup from Demeter Fertility in South Sydney.     Sonya’s area of expertise is gynaecology and fertility and she helps couples who are having problems… Read More »

Eco Store Baby Soap, Baby Shampoo and Baby Moisturiser


 Age Group it’s for Babies and children What does the product do? Eco store produces a range of baby products that are free of nasty chemicals, not tested on animals and that don’t use genetically engineered ingredients. The New Zealand-based company pride themselves on using the safest ingredients possible for babies’ delicate skin. Does it… Read More »

Product Review : Wet Ones – Be Fresh Original, Individually Wrapped Wipes

Age Group it’s for All What does the product do? Clean-up! Does it do what it should? Yes Would you recommend it and why? Yes.  Wet wipes would have to be one of the most widely used and appreciated products by Mums.  These provide a solution for almost anything on the go.  Clearly not the… Read More »

Product Review: Bubaloo baby burp cloths

Bubaloo baby burp cloths

Name of the Product Bubaloo baby burp cloths Age Group it’s for Newborn and up What does the product do? Bubaloo burp cloths are described as ‘simple, stylish, functional and fashionable’. They are designed for use on the change table as an extra layer of protection, as an over the shoulder burp cloth or as… Read More »

Blended Families – Learning to Love your New Partner’s Children

Blended Families – Learning to Love your New Partner’s Children

Building relationships with children who aren’t biologically our own is often a challenge. It can be really hard to know where to start and how to get it right. Balancing genuine interest with not wanting to appear too eager can take some careful manoeuvring.  Children of course, are masters at sensing if an adult is… Read More »