Spotted: The KAOS Ransel Diaper Bag

When I was pregnant with the little bird one big item on my must-have list was a diaper bag. That bag that I would need every day and which would allow to fit in an organised way a changing mat, diapers, wipes, cream, toys and snacks just to name a few. When I looked for bags…

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Knits for Kids: Knitwear by Kalinka & Misha and Puff

  When we celebrated Christmas while it was 15 degrees outside I almost thought that we would not have anything like winter this time. Of course, the cold hit us after the holidays. Hello winter, here you are. Now that I have to dress my son with I don’t know how many layers, I wished I…

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Mama’s Top 5 on Instagram in 2015

  Instagram is the home of the goddesses of family storytelling. Having beautiful children, a beautiful home and certainly a beautiful camera (other than the iphone 6), these mamas are able to set their life in such a wonderful light that thousands of people follow them every day; making them the perfect canvas for products that…

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Do you Speak Moccs? Baby Moccasins by Amy & Ivor, Lex & Liv, Tough Cookie Store and Little Lambo

It’s official: I have a thing for baby shoes. Speaking of which, a lot has happened on the moccs front since I published my last moccs overview. More and more brands are arising but in the deep of this jungle, there are some family businesses that have particularly caught my eye. What they have in common? Great…

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Nimble Footwear

It’s nothing new when I say that the offer in boys clothing and shoes is quite limited compared to the girls range. However, each time when I want to buy proper shoes for my son, reality hits even harder. Most of the time, the choice is limited to two options: the blue and the brown model (yawn!).…

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Art Animals Original Collection (Giveaway)

Toddlers love repetition. For instance, Natalia Meijerinck’s 20 months old daughter Helena loves visiting the Amsterdam zoo Artis. Every week Natalia takes her to the zoo; watching with her all the different animals. For toddlers, each visit is like a brand new experience. For adults, repetition can cause a feeling similar to boredom.  Some do not…

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Baby Led Weaning

I always thought that introducing my son to solids would be an easy peasy thing. Just puree some veggies and fruit, put it on a spoon and that’s it. This is what I had heard, read and what I had seen on TV. The message was clear: babies get spoon fed and eat purreed food.…

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Sweatpants Deluxe: Pom Berlin

In our family we love to spend our weekends wearing sweatpants. At first, we did that only on Sundays but we have extended the need of comfort to the whole weekend. It doesn’t matter whether this is due to us being tired or us being simply lazy; at the end the result is the same.…

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Lion of Leisure

Sometimes, there are kids clothes that look so cool that I wished that they exist for adults, too. That was as well the case when I discovered the Belgian brand Lion of Leisure at a pre-Christmas Pop-Up shops of The Cool Heads here in Amsterdam. When I saw these kids tees with hand printed animal prints and…

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Light, Durable…Zuperzozial!

Sometimes, I ask myself why I give my son a plate. Most of the time, it ends on the floor but I want him to get used to it so I continue presenting his food on a plate. His plates feature cute colorful drawings showing animals and pirates. They are cute and I love the fact that…

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