Monthly Parenting Magazine

The new parenting products and news catching our a...

The new parenting products and news catching our attention right now

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From night-lights to car seats, here’s all the new parenting products that we love right now…

Yoto (main image)

Yoto has launched its 3rd Generation Yoto Player with lots of exciting new updates including a room thermometer, a more durable casting for daily rough and tumble, and stereo sound. 

Filling Pieces

Joolz X Filling Pieces

Joolz has joined forces with Filling Pieces to create an exclusive Geo3 stroller. The premium pushchair incorporates Joolz eco-conscious design with Filling Pieces varsity-inspired style, bridging the gap between families and fashion.

Truly limited edition, there will only be 100 on sale in the UK and 1,700 globally, the sleek and thoughtful design celebrates the eclectic definition of family.

Bibs Ss Mealtime
Bibs Ss Mealtime


Pretty meets practical in the new placemat collection from Danish brand BIBS. Sure to brighten up your table, the designs will also keep mealtimes mess-free.

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The pipa™ urbn is the groundbreaking new car seat from Nuna that has a built-in ISOFIX system. The unique baseless design is perfect for city living.

Tonies Night Light


Tonies has launched a super cute night light. The Sleepy Sheep has four dimmable light settings and can be used with or without a Toniebox.

Little Coo Phone Cases

Little Coo

This clever phone case from Little Coo uses sensory design to stimulate the eyes of newborns. From birth, newborns can only see in black and white and from a close distance. The hot air balloon design aids sensory development, whilst parents capture those precious photos in the first few weeks.

“The idea for baby sensory phone cases happened during lockdown” Little Coo founder Liz Ashworth comments. “Some family members had only met my second baby via video calls, and instead of him staring at the back of my plain phone, I wanted him to look at something engaging during these calls.”

Kidswear Collective Pop Up Shop

Kidswear Collective

Kidswear Collective, the UK’s fastest-growing pre-loved designer kidswear consignment platform, has opened its first standalone London pop-up shop.

Located at 164 Walton Street in Chelsea, the shop features a curated edit of babywear, kidswear, and accessories from 0-14 years. Brands to watch out for include Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Lora Piana, Bonpoint, Moncler, and more.

There is also a dedicated consignment area where customers can drop off items which they would like to sell with Kidswear Collective and are offered on-the-spot valuations. Plus, there’s an indoor sandpit and crafts area for little ones featuring eco-inspired activity booklets created in partnership family member’s club Maggie & Rose.

Jojo Maman Bébé Store Interior

JoJo Maman Bébé

JoJo Maman Bébé, the UK’s well known B Corp brand for baby, kids and maternity is launching their ‘Helping Hands’ Community Grants initiative for the second year. Supporting local community projects across the UK and Ireland, the company will be donating up to £10,000 each to six winners chosen by the public.  

Applications from registered charities, not-for-profit organisations and local community projects are welcomed, until 15th August 2023. The purpose of the ‘Helping Hands’ Community Grants is to support causes that are in need of financial assistance. By September 2023, JoJo will have donated nearly £150,000 to a number of very worthy causes.

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