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- Cots, Cot-beds, Furniture
- Bath Time, Bed Time
- Highchairs, Feeding
- Walkers, Bouncers, Swings, Toys
- Stair gates, Play Pens, Monitors
- Boys/Girls Clothing, Costumes
Judith from Uxbridge
I just wanted to write to you to confirm that the Silver Cross buggy and car seat arrived on Friday.
My step-daughter is absolutely delighted with them.
The parcels arrived safely within the timeframe, it was great that she was able to track them during the delivery process.
Many thanks to you and your team, each person I spoke to on the phone including yourself were very knowledgeable and helpful, the entire customer service experience was excellent.
Thank you to you and please also pass on my gratitude to your colleagues.
I will have no hesitation in recommending you and your company to friends and family in the future.
Anna from Lurgan
I've just received my order. The delivery was very quick as I ordered it yesterday. Everything is in good condition so I'm very happy with your service.
Example of a customer's payment plan order.
Baby due in 5 months.
Mrs Wright has ordered a Venicci Pram at £700.
Payment plan option was chosen and a 20% (£140) deposit was charged.
We contacted Mrs Wright within 24 hours and agreed a suitable payment structure.
For each of the next 4 months
Mrs Wrights credit card was charged £140.
Total Paid £700
When the Final payment was paid we shipped order out to the customer in time for the baby being born.
Mrs Wright was able to view all of her payments made and order details though her online account.
Baby Check List - What do I need to buy for my newborn?
What bed, cot should I buy for my baby? Recommendations & check list for best baby equipment.
For the first few months, you'll need a crib, a carry cot or a Moses basket (a light, portable bassinet). Your baby needs to sleep somewhere that's safe, warm and not too far from you.
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Moses baskets are light bassinets, easily portable due to carry handles and light weight. There are two different types of baskets: Standing and Rocking. Bassinets can be used as they come, or mounted on special stands. The stands are usually universal, are easily portable and can be folded for extra storage. Use these for the first few months, as your baby needs to sleep somewhere that's safe, warm and not too far from you.
A cot or cotbed. There are many similarities between the two, but there’s a key difference that sets them apart – longevity. A cot is suitable from birth to approximately 2 years, a cotbed may be used from birth to about 5 years.
A cotbed has removable sides and end panel so it can convert to a short, low bed for a toddler. Larger than a cot, but smaller than a single bed, a cotbed requires a mattress and bedding designed specifically for it. Cotbeds also have adjustable heights, which makes it safer and easier for you to put the baby inside the bed. When the baby grows you can lower the height.
If space is an issue for you though, a cotbed may not be suitable.
Quilt bumpers, or bumper sets, usually come in a bedding set of four which include the bumper, quilt, fleece blanket and bed sheets.
These bedding sets are easily fit into your cot/ cotbed as their size is universal. They are usually made from 50% cotton or 100% polyester, come in different themes and designs to fit your nursery, and are machine washable.
Sheets and blankets
Blankets will keep your little one wrapped up warm and snug. Some blankets are designed to fit pushchairs, as well as moses baskets, therefore it's every parent's must have item. In most cases they are machine washable.
Flat sheets usually come included with crib/cot-in-a-box sets.
Baby Monitors, in most cases, consist of two units: one which is placed near by your baby, and the one you keep with yourself. There are also three of types of monitors: audio, video and sensory.
Sensory monitors detect your baby’s movements and breathing. An alarm will sound if no movement is detected within a short period of time.
Video monitors act as a camera which you can see through on your portable receiver. It's advisable to look for a monitor that has a double channel feature to prevent interference.
Audio monitors are the cheapest solutions and act as walkie-talkies. Some audio monitors allow to talk to your baby with a talk-back facility.
Baby Bouncers are versatile, relatively inexpensive piece of baby equipment that your baby can enjoy from day one. It's especially helpful in the early days as a safe place to lay your newborn while you grab a bite to eat or take a shower – just bring the lightweight seat into the bathroom.
Bouncers are battery driven, however there are a few models that provide plug=in coord option. For safety, usually they provide a three-point harness to keep your baby from falling out. A five-point harness, which includes over-the-shoulder straps, is even safer. For best safety results, look for a frame that it is wide and sturdy. As an extra, bouncers provide a toy bars, mobiles and mp3 players.
Drawers are necessary to keep your baby equipment, clothes or anything related stored and organised. Are easy to assemble, and are usually traditionally styled while coming in many colour schemes to fit your nursery.
Our recommendations: Oslo Drawer
Light ups & mobiles. Light ups are used when you want to create a tranquil environment for your little one at bedtime. Most light ups provide a calming display projected at your room, and a peaceful selection of sounds help relax and soothe baby to sleep.
Mobiles are attached to your cot or cot-bed railings of any kind by using a plastic arm. Most of them are made using the caroussel principle. Your baby can entertain him/her by rotating the colourful toys around while they emit sounds.
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