A good footmuff will be more than a match for wintery weather conditions, as well as being stylish and meeting your baby’s every need. Have a read of our footmuff round-up and discover exactly which Elodie or Voksi footmuff will best suit your baby!
Barely launched on the market and it's already picked up a prize! The BeSafe iZi Modular A X1 i-Size has been awarded the Bronze Product Safety Award! This car seat is a real pioneer thanks to the unique Active Retract Harness, which ensures the belts constantly adapt to your child.
We are very excited to introduce our newest brand Baby Patent! Baby Patent creates bath products for young children, taking into account what both parents and children find important. We're delighted to add three products to our BABYmatters range: the Aqua Scale baby bath, the Safety Stand and the Bubble Buddy bath toy.
OXO Tot is behind a number of practical baby products with super clever designs that remain gorgeous, even when you use them all the time! In this blog we are going to take a look at 5 OXO Tot baby products whose clever designs provide simple solutions!
A hydrophilic cloth (or terry towel) has even more uses than you might think, which makes it the perfect gift for new babies and parents! It's multifunctional and mums and dads can use it anytime and anywhere for years on end. But why are they such a must-have item? We’ve put together 13 reasons why you can never have enough terry towels.
Are you looking for a car seat for your child? Then your best option is to choose a car seat that has been approved under the UN R129 or i-Size standards. From 1 September 2023, it will no longer be possible to sell car seats in the EU that comply with the old ECE R44 standard. But what exactly is this i-Size regulation? And why is it so much safer than the previous ECE R44 standard? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you all you need to know!
You can use a group 2/3 car seat from the age of about 4 years (or a height of 1 m). Highback booster car seats from BeSafe will protect children up to the age of approximately 12 years (or 1.35 m in height). By following these steps, you will know if it’s safe to transport your child without a car seat.
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