Top 3 Lightweight Strollers
Boohoo, my ‘baby’ has turned 3 and the realisation that our baby days are almost behind us is setting in as I write possibly my last Pushchair wishlist. I’m starting to realise that I am now responsible for carrying my own handbag and shopping (as well as all the non-essentials the Beans insist on taking […]
iCandy sweeps the board at the Loved By Parents awards
The award-winning Raspberry and Peach 3 steal the show, picking up four awards The British luxury nursery brand are thrilled to have swept the board at the Loved By Parents awards last week. Receiving various accolades in the nursery industry, the pioneering iCandy collection has now also proven its worth to the Loved By Parents […]
Tips for choosing a pushchair
One of the most exciting things for me when finding out I was pregnant was choosing all the baby kit we would need. The problem I soon found was that there was just sooooo much choice, how would I know I was making the right decision or not. Buying a pushchair isn’t exactly ‘cheap’ so […]
The best baby equipment I never used . . .
I don’t know about other new Mums and Mums-to-be but when I was expecting Little Bean I used to trawl the Mother and Baby magazines drooling over the gorgeous prams, pushchairs and nursery equipment that I hoped I would one day own. It was a bit like when putting together a scrapbook of ideas for […]
Loving the latest pushchairs for 2014 . . .
As Jelly Bean celebrates his 1st birthday exactly one week today I am already starting to count down the days until my pushchair days are over. Some people aren’t bothered by pushchairs at all, some feel they are just a mode of transport for our precious cargo but for me, I LOVE pushchairs. It’s not […]
Review: Kiddy Click’n Move3
A few weeks ago I attended a meeting with only Jelly Bean in tow, he was travelling in his Kiddy Click‘n Move3 with the carrycot attached. The person who was I was meeting asked me what I thought about the new Kiddy travel system, but before I could answer they said “well there’s no point […]