Rebecca Welton is a mum of two, author of Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques and a qualified sleep practitioner. Is your little one keeping you up at night? Read on for… Read more »
Monthly Archives: February 2014
“When I was a kid they didn’t call it behavioural disorder. They called it being a little brat”. Rachel, whose son is diagnosed with a “behavioural disorder” responds….
IVVI is the multi-mode pushchair with design in its DNA. It’s new, it’s exclusive, it’s just a little bit fabulous. Now this is a seriously stylish set of wheels, but… Read more »
Every parent is an inspiration. It’s one of the toughest jobs there is, but also one of the most rewarding. Today we launch Kiddicare’s Inspirational Parents, a celebration of the incredible… Read more »
Introducing Katie Piper. Truly an iconic figure, Katie is now eight months pregnant with her first child. In this exclusive interview, she talks about her hopes and fears for her… Read more »
Say hello to Claire. Mum to the gorgeous Eva aged 2, single parent, Apprentice finalist, entrepreneur, businesswoman, public speaker, and ardent campaigner for young people to get involved with enterprise…. Read more »
Meet Sarah: mum to seven month-old Louisa, she’s also quite handy on a bike, in fact she’s Britain’s most decorated female Paralympian having scooped a stunning total of 11 gold… Read more »
We love entrepreneurial mums so we’re delighted to introduce Dribble Stop Tops – the genius vest that keeps little dribblers cosy and dry – newly available in-store at Kiddicare.
All children love toys, and they’re never too young to start playing. From rattles and play mats to developmental and bath time toys, our handy guide to toys will help you… Read more »
Crochet lends itself perfectly to cold, dark winter evenings. All you need is some yarn and a hook and you can get started. Mummy Limited gives us a few basics to… Read more »