In a world ruled by a constant invasion of technology, one toy company is seeking to give children as young as 12 months the opportunity to experience a nostalgic, high quality bouncing toy designed to encourage imagination from a young age.
With the change in season, colder nights and heating on, more people are getting the sniffles. It is bad enough as an adult getting a cough or cold but when one of the younger ones gets sick it is trying on all of the family.
The Baby Show is coming to Wellington, and bringing with it an incredible showcase of everything you need for pregnancy, the early days with your baby, and beyond.
Even though your child might not be taking baby steps yet, you have probably started thinking about their education. ASG will be at the New Zealand Baby Show to help families prepare for the costs of education.
For creative Kiwi mum Aimee Mitchell, the idea that moving house might mean they would lose their children’s traditional height chart on the wall left her wondering what she could do to make a more permanent keepsake.
If you’ve got a new baby on the way, you’ve got a lot to organise – but a trip to The Baby Show Auckland will help you get it all sorted. The show gathers everything under one roof so you can achieve what would normally take weeks in a matter of hours.
From cheese strings to sandwiches cut into triangles, parents have tried many ways to increase the ratio of food that ends up in their child’s mouth to the amount which lands on the floor. Cruisy Baby is excited to launch the ingenious Placematix Dinner Set at the Baby Show, New Zealand’s NZ's longest-running and most successful parenting event.
One of the biggest concerns for parents of newborn babies is how to get their baby to settle and fall asleep. Cruisybaby.co.nz, the premiere online baby store, is thrilled to introduce Gro Hush White Noise Baby Calmer. The Gro Hush is a unique portable hand held device that delivers soothing ‘‘white noise’ directly to your baby which allows your baby to be soothed and calmed without disturbing others around you so only your baby will hear the calming tones and not others, keeping them relaxed and happy.
According to a new survey carried out by New Zealand’s biggest parenting event, The Baby Show, parenthood can put a damper on what happens in the bedroom. Having children had a negative effect on the sex lives of 46% of respondents, compared with just 11% who said it had a positive effect.