A scandi-style cloud print is one of the hot trends this summer; let’s hope it doesn’t mean we’re in for a wet one! With its minimalist design, muted tones and lovely patterns, we love the scandi-style. We are so pleased it’s gaining such popularity in the UK now, but it’s still not easy to find baby clothing from UK manufacturers that have embraced it. Thankfully we have partnered with a contemporary brand from Portugal, Huggee, who have a lovely range of ‘purewear’ with scandi-style clouds and droplets (they call love drops). This includes a gorgeous teal knitted blanket with cloud...
A premature baby in hospital will be either on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) or the Specialist Baby Care Unit (SBCU). The smallest babies will be in an incubator and any baby in the NICU or SCBU will be connected to lines and wires to monitor them or provide support with breathing or feeding. This impacts on what baby can wear and here we provide advice on what to buy.
There’s a new Miffy toy in town, this time in a choice of corduroy colours and we think she’ll be a firm favourite with babies, children and their parents! These soft corduroy Miffy toys are so cute and are a great new addition to the Miffy range. She sits independently and is a lovely 24cms tall.
Huggee’s Portuguese baby clothes are not your average baby clothes, Huggee’s call their clothing ‘purewear’. It’s made with GOTS certified organic cotton in a factory that works to very high ethical standards. Huggee want their baby clothing to be as pure as it can be; pure in its materials and pure in its production process. But can they make them stylish too?
GOTS-certified organic cotton baby clothing is produced in environmentally and socially responsible conditions, having a low impact on nature and human beings by reducing direct exposure to hazardous chemicals.