Armadillo Flip XT: Review

After using a huge travel system with my first child, I really had to reconsider the buggy/pram that I bought for baby number two. I really wanted to get something that I could use from birth and would last but it also had to be compact enough to fold up in the boot to allow me to take other things out with us like a trike/scooter or even just so I had some space for when I went food shopping. {Read More}

Mamas and Papas – The Baby Snug

The Baby Snug from Mamas and Papas is excellent; it will grow along with my baby as the colour insert in the seat is removable. There are several different colours of insert including, pink, green and teal. The seat seems really comfortable and is very soft to touch. I have used this everyday since I bought it and have to say, I love it. It is suitable for babies who can hold their head up (approximately 3 months +) and {Read More}

Mamas and Papas Dream Swing – Fun on the Farm

              My mum bought me this swing when I was still pregnant with my little one and I couldn’t wait to use it. With its bright and fun design, it’s suitable for both boys and girls and as I didn’t know what I was having, it was perfect! I was a little disappointed at first as I thought I would have to wait until my baby could sit up on her own before I {Read More}

Mamas & Papas MAGIC Stargaze Playmat

The Mamas & Papas MAGIC Stargaze Playmat is designed from birth upwards and I think it’s a brilliant buy. Mamas and Papas describe their MAGIC Stargaze playmat as an interactive touch pad mat with an arch that holds pull toys to trigger lights and sounds to stimulate baby’s development. It comes with one Musical Fun magic card pack (4 additional ones are available at £16 each), a cushion to help with tummy time, teething toys and a movable mirror. The {Read More}

Mamas & Papas Ultima 9 in 1 with MPX Chassis – City Scape

Bearing in mind my daughter Isabella is only 10 weeks old, my best buy to date has to be the Ultima Travel System from Mamas and Papas. I went for the Ultima with the MPX chassis because I wanted a slightly more modern feel; the Xcel chassis just looked too old fashioned for me. As for the colour, as much as I wanted the pretty polka dots, I opted for the City Scape because I didn’t know the sex of {Read More}

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