The aptly named Australian line of intimates, Cake Lingerie, enables expecting and new moms to ‘celebrate motherhood’ in luxurious style that is also both functional and comfortable.
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Sok-O animal toys give new meaning to the age-old notion of sock puppets. Each quirky member of the adorable cast of eight colorful Sok-O characters is carefully handmade from a simple pair of socks, or a stray sock, and embellished and stitched with thoughtful details such as button eyes or noses
While nine months of pregnancy may seem to last forever, in the grand scheme of things, the phase is the blink of an eye. So unless you’re Michelle Duggar, spending a fortune on designer maternity clothes is not a wise or economical choice.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect baby gift for a special new arrival, or you want to outfit your own little bundle of joy in beautiful, cozy clothing, Lucky Jade baby clothing spreads the good fortune from one little cherub to the next, dressing little ones in modern designs with timeless appeal.
Move over building blocks, there’s a new game in town! The Swiss made ‘Multicar’ construction kit from Kiditec enables kids to build their very own car, as well as multiple other wheelie devices, via easy construction which promotes motor skills, hand-eye coordination and playful learning.
Named after the fashion district on the Right Bank of the Seine River in Paris, Right Bank Babies is a Los Angeles based children’s clothing label born from a mom’s talent and ingenuity.
Children have an inherent love for animals, and Hansa’s high-quality, life-like line of plush animal toys will engage their senses while acting as fun companions that teach them about respecting real animals and wildlife.
The Beaba Babycook enables busy parents to cook nourishing homemade food for their babies with convenience and ease.
The weather outside may be frightful, but this Hopscotch Rug would certainly be a delightful home addition for your kids — and we bet most adults won’t be able to walk past it without putting a hop in their step.
Conscientious parents spend hours securing their children’s safety, by way of reliable car seats, secure cribs, healthy food and non-toxic toys — but one factor most families don’t take into account is the quality of their indoor air, especially in baby’s nursery.
Modern day parents are inundated with products and information on how to keep their children squeaky clean and germ free — from frequent hand washing with antibacterial soaps to constant spritzing of sanitizing sprays and germ killing gels.
A recent study conducted by Dr. Anick Berard at the Université de Montréal found that many pregnant women are still taking drugs that have been long known to cause birth defects