Baba+Boo Blog

Nappy Natter with Jenny from Judah's Cloud

Nappy Natter with Jenny from Judah's Cloud

Storytelling goes back thousands of years and is said to have started with cave drawings. Stories help us make sense of the world. Stories help us ...

Capturing Summer Memories

Capturing Summer Memories

We have photographer, Anna Hardy on our blog today sharing her tips for capturing those memories on your camera or your phone. With summer in full...

Overnight stays and time away

Overnight stays and time away

Our tip tips for using reusable nappies while on holiday.

Teaching children about the wonder of diversity

Teaching children about the wonder of diversity

This week, we have a guest post from Amy, who is sharing a story about how and why we should teach children to be comfortable in their own skin - s...

Five ways to help make nappy changing calmer

Five ways to help make nappy changing calmer

Being a parent is non stop act of juggling plates and smashing lots of them. Crying (you included), a clinging baby while you try and make yourself...

Wasting less and living more

Wasting less and living more

One of the most common myths about reusables is that they are hard work and that they are will take up precious hours of the already time poor pare...

Baby vests and sunsets

Baby vests and sunsets

I remember the day when my son went up from a newborn size vest to 0-3m like it was yesterday. I didn't know that was the very beginning of experie...

You Gave Us Hope - A Poem

You Gave Us Hope - A Poem

We commissioned a poem to launch our Hope Collection. We wanted to thank our community for the hope they gave us and we hope this poem gives you ho...

There is no such thing as perfect. That includes sustainability.

There is no such thing as perfect. That includes sustainability.

We know the language around sustainability and reusables can be confusing, but it doesn’t need to be. Here are our top tips for parents who are looking to start their sustainability journey...

Celebrating Reusable Nappy Week by reducing waste and increasing kindness

Celebrating Reusable Nappy Week by reducing waste and increasing kindness

This week we will raising awareness of reusable nappies and showing parents the small steps that they can take to begin using them. We will also be raising awareness of the plight of families who live and work on rubbish dumps, who are supported by a fantastic charity called The Small Steps Project.

The power of community

The power of community

  This week on the blog, we welcome Nicola, a cloth bum mum who talks about the power of the cloth nappy community. For the past 6 years I have wo...

Climbing mountains is hard. Washing nappies is not.

Climbing mountains is hard. Washing nappies is not.

This week in our Facebook group, we talked about the objections you faced from friends and family when you talked about you wanting to try reusable nappies. It was a fascinating chat and astounding at the myths out there. You'd think you have said you want to climb Everest without oxygen and not that you want to try washing some nappies.