Christmas is just around the corner... say what?!
I have put together a little Christmas gift guide to help all you juggling mamas. And for the last minute mamas (cause let's be honest, we are all that kinda chrissy shopper!) check back here when multi-tasking fog sets in days out from the big day.
Something for Mama
Not So Mumsy the Label - Every mama loves a good sleep. Why not treat mama to a set of luxuriously soft and ethically made PJs.
Little Leggs - create scaled baby illustrations that become gorgeous keepsakes for your family. It's so precious to have a reminder of how small your baby once was. Little Leggs also have personalised artworks for your fur babies and couples too.
You Will (Probably) Survive by Lauren Dubios - is the parenting book that every new parent will wish they had. This is not a practical parenting handbook. It is a funny book that provides comfort and solace to parents through making light of the hard yards involved in looking after little people with big needs.
The Middle Tree Co - have the most amazing hand poured candles that smell delicious.
Alf the Label - have epic baby bags that pack a punch when it comes to style and organisation. With their signature cowhide and limited edition colours, there is a style and size to suit every mama.
Something for Papa
Bask Eyewear - Get outdoors with the kids this summer with a stylish pair of sunnies.
Infamous Swim - Twin in style at the beach in matching bathers for the whole fam.
The Horse - has divine leather watches in colours and styles to suit every man.
Babes In Arms - Dads and babies, let’s just be honest... nothing is better! Gift your baby daddy a carrier from Babes In Arms to get outdoors and help him bond with bub. They're an authorised retailer of Ergobaby and guess what, it gets better... they have kick ass discounts.
Status Anxiety - These are my husband's fav wallets and I'm sure they'll be your husband's too!
Caye Life - Get Papa his caffeine or hydration hit in a reusable coffee cup or water bottle. I love the feel of their products and the colours available.
Something for Baby Bear
Pop Ya Tot - have lush baby linens in the most divine colours and prints. Seriously stock up on these, you'll use muslin wraps like nothing else.
Juno and Ace - Where do I even begin, how gorgeous are these handmade mobiles. Bub will love looking up at their stunning brass mobiles. Even baby outgrows the mobile-stage, these pieces are beautiful sculptures in their own right.
Worrn - With effortless and comfy basics for everyday wear, this fashion label has beautiful pieces for both mamas and babies. I'm not too sure which one of you will love their pieces more...they're just that beautiful.
DockATot - creates a womb like environment to settle and soothe baby. With over 1000+ verified 5-star reviews, this is the real deal for sleep deprived mamas!
Noc Noc Wooden Toys - hand make wooden keepsakes.Making beautiful milestone plaques, rattles and so much more, these are the perfect products to love for years to come.
Something for Kidlets
Emy Meets Lulu - I'm sure my kids aren't the only ones who absolutely loved playing in cardboard creations. With the cutest designs all ages will love opening this up on Christmas!
Wild Island Apparel - are the home of nature inspired, gender neutral clothing. These outfits are designed in Tassie and perfect for your little wild ones.
My Creative Box - Now this is a parent's dream! My Creative Box curate a box of art and craft learning activities that are packed with instructions to help guide your child's learning and development through fun and engaging play based themes.
Little Rae Prints - Hand painted artwork by Summer Daniels is turned into luxe fabric wall decals (removable and reusable), prints and story telling for inspiring children's imaginations and moulding big dreams.
Baby Noise - is the home of wooden percussion toys. Your kidlets will love discovering new sounds. On another note, do yourself a favour and follow Eve on Instagram.Hope this helps with your Christmas gift ideas!
Have a beautiful Christmas with the fam.