Baba+Boo Blog

Changing Nappies Together

Changing Nappies Together

I am a huge believer in gratitude and practise it daily by writing in a journal. It helps me be still in the crazy world of running a business alon...

Love your nappies? Thank my Dad.

Love your nappies? Thank my Dad.

Not throwing anything away has always been as natural to me as brushing your teeth twice a day. We didn’t even have a bin in the house when I was g...

Why less is more

Why less is more

There are a huge amount of awareness days and weeks to celebrate throughout the year. This week we have had National Chocolate Ice Cream Day and Hu...

Looking ahead to 2018: Cloth nappies and the splits

Looking ahead to 2018: Cloth nappies and the splits

Read Eve's post on what our plans are for the year ahead including new products and new cloth nappies.

How becoming a mum helped me find my strength

How becoming a mum helped me find my strength

Becoming a mum is life-changing in more ways than one. Eve explains how it changed her. I was put into a box from a very early age. Not an actual ...

Washable nappies and wheelie bins

Washable nappies and wheelie bins

Eve reflects on her cloth nappy days and how councils are reducing bin sizes and collection days. If I can use washable nappies, then anyone can. ...

Growing up in a waste free zone

Growing up in a waste free zone

It's Zero Waste Week and Eve is on the blog sharing her thoughts on waste and how it has been drummed into her from an early age.

Real Nappy Week 2014 - Why We Are Not Doing Discounts This Year

Real Nappy Week 2014 - Why We Are Not Doing Discounts This Year

You may think of us as bah humbug after reading this blog post title. Stay with me here, while I explain. Deflated As RNW approaches, talk on f...

Being a stay at home mum

Being a stay at home mum

Who is a stay at home mum? Who is a working mum? Two camps but both as hard as each other. I had a really good career before I had my son. I kept ...

Pre-Eclampsia and Me

Pre-Eclampsia and Me

Eve was diagnosed with pre-eclampsia when she was 33 weeks pregnant with her first baby. She shares her story here.   Looking back, I pretty much s...

Why wasn't I a babywearing mum?

Why wasn't I a babywearing mum?

To celebrate International Babywearing Week, Eve has written a letter to her son: To My Boy, I couldn't wait for maternity leave. I thought our ...

Love Bombing

Love Bombing

I read an article a couple of weekends ago in The Sunday Times that really resonated with me. It was all about a concept of parenting called Love B...