How should a romper fit a toddler or baby?
Well according to us, you can fit it however you like. Kids are all different shapes and sizes and we wanted to make a romper that would easily fit them all!
Our style romper was designed with extended fit in mind. We want the romper to fit your kid as they grow, fit the next baby .. and then pass it onto your friends kid.
The romper legs are purposely designed to fit a few different ways. For kids with a long body and...
Anyone else? I feel like this part of parenthood wasn't forewarned. Or maybe you just don't get it until you're doing everyday.... but FFS CAN YOU JUST LIE DOWN & GET YOUR NAPPY ON?!
The worst part is... the bigger they get, the stronger they get.
I'll be ready to compete for reals soon enough.
I am so excited for our new bandana bibs! We are taking our spot in the plain coloured bib marketplace very seriously! Bandana bibs need to have next level co-ordination skills. They are an important baby accessory. The baby bib is the equivalent to the matching handbag or shoe colour. It just has to bring the outfit together or it's just not happening.
I began this business with the intention of fixing a problem. Finding a solution to a major issue I was facing daily. It wasn't that my baby was sleeping approximately 7 minutes at a time... no, that...
My Bijou are proud to be partnering up with this amazing program!
Who are they?
- KidsXpress are an expressive therapy program for children
- They are based in Sydney, Macquarie Park
- Children are referred by health professionals, educational professionals or social services
- Highly trained therapists use ART, DRAMA and MUSIC to help kids express themselves and deal with trauma
We will be launching our ART COLLABORATION PRODUCTS SOON.
KidsXpress is perfectly aligned with our creative values so we are extremely happy to be offering them $1 from every sale of our art collab products!
Find out more about this amazing...
The Australian Network on Disability says that 1 in 5 Australians have a disability of some kind. Many of them are parents, and if you’ll soon be joining them in parenthood, congratulations! You already know you’ll face challenges in the months and years ahead, so it’s super-important that you prepare early, and that includes making modifications to your home. A survey by researchers at Harvard found that the three biggest challenges disabled parents face are bathing, nightcare, and carrying. If you want to learn how to make all three of these easier for you, read on!