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Nappies for Foster Homes

Nappies for Foster Homes

Can reusable nappies make a difference to 250 foster homes? We hope so!

Angels in Disguise

Angels in Disguise

Four year's ago Jenny's family took in their first foster child. Eight children later she shares her story with us.

You’ve Sprung a Leak!

You’ve Sprung a Leak!

Whether you’re using reusable nappies or single-use, it’s more than likely that you’re here because you’re having trouble with leaks. We have solve...

Ten top tips for thoughtful gifts

Ten top tips for thoughtful gifts

At this time of year we are bombarded with Christmas 'must haves' and gift guides filled with stuff that may only be used once. Here is our altern...

Don't Buy Me Anything!

Don't Buy Me Anything!

As our children grow up with the legacy of our impacts on their planet, there’s no doubt they will ask us what we did to protect their futures. The gifts we give them that contribute to the solutions, not the problems, will surely be the ones for which they are most grateful.

Changing a wriggly baby 

Changing a wriggly baby 

We know from experience that often, when babies are mobile, the last thing they want to do is stay still and have their nappy changed.  The discovery of movement is a magnificent thing, why ever stop?!

Giving the gift of less

Giving the gift of less

We’ve been taught, since before we could think for ourselves, that buying stuff is Good. That our babies need constant stimulation; that we need yet another gadget to make our lives easier. That new stuff gives us a lift; that spending money on useless crap for others shows them we care.

Please stop calling me good

Please stop calling me good

"No, I am not ‘good’. I am not a martyr who toils under the weight of a dreadful chore simply so I can ‘do my bit’ to save the planet. I am a really busy parent who has used reusable and single-use nappies; and who knows that, without doubt, reusable nappies are the easier, cheaper option."

You are a gentle activist. Pass it on.

You are a gentle activist. Pass it on.

When I let Eve in on my secret that I was expecting our first baby back in 2010, Eve was so excited for us and asked me if I’d be using her nappies...

5 top tips for early post natal physio

5 top tips for early post natal physio

We are spending more and more time out and about with new parents and meeting lots of wonderful women who help mums to be and new mums. We met Beth...

The benefits of renting children's clothing

The benefits of renting children's clothing

There are hundreds of ‘must have’ items that are marketed to parents of babies and young children that we don’t really need but clothing and footwear is definitely one of life's essentials. It won’t surprise you to hear that little ones outgrow 7 clothing sizes in just 2 years!  On average in the UK, families spend £8,805 per year on clothing alone.  That amount is eye watering.

Once a cloth bum mum, always a cloth bum mum

Once a cloth bum mum, always a cloth bum mum

We love how mums don't leave our community as their baby grows out of nappies. Joanne is a regular giver of advice on our Hangout. The kind of simp...