One thing to consider is data management. Here’s some info from Catherine’s blog and GS1UK https://designonaut.tumblr.com/post/183790870342/data-management
There are still bugs about! Mosquitoes are becoming more of a concern, carrying diseases into new regions. Read this blog post explaining some options for protecting your baby from mosquitoes.
We welcome honest reviews of our products from parents and bloggers. If that sounds interesting to you then please get in contact using the form below.
We feel very passionate about the work that Zubaida and her company do, to support women and girls in less privileged countries, and ensure their health is of the upmost importance during child birth and after. We wanted to show our support with a birth kit donation for every SleepSpace purchased. It is important to demonstrate how together we can make a difference to women’s health solutions for the better. The support from BabyHub is vital in raising awareness of the poor conditions some mothers have to endure during childbirth. To date Ayzh have sold more than 300,000 kits to health institutions in 20 countries, touching the lives of more than 600,000 women and newborns. To learn more about Ayzh and the work Zubaida does please follow the link.
We had some really interesting reviews in the last few weeks.
Of particular interest to grandparents would be this one:
Teddy bears and cardigans is a blog written by a grandmother: “ I’m a grandmother to Bear and a blogger based in Cardiff, Wales. We love days out, making things and having as much fun as possible.”
Also we had a blog review and video review by the amazing parent bloggers Mudpie Fridays. They took the SleepSpace travel cot with them and baby Kipper on a camping trip. See all the details here:
and the video here:
Please do let us know if you’re a parent using BabyHub SleepSpace and would like to do a review 🙂
It’s been a busy few weeks for BabyHub. We have a new sales outlet:
And are on Baby London’s Baby’s wish list:
We were delighted to send a BabyHub SleepSpace to probably the best known training establishment for nannies:
Norland College trained Royal nannies, including Maria Borrallo, Prince George’s and Princess Charlotte’s nanny:
BabyHub’s new travel cot was designed for ease of use in modern homes and for travelling. It’s become apparent that the one of the biggest attractions of this product is that it provides a mosquito proof space, safe even for babies who can pull themselves up to stand/toddlers.
BabyHub is a brand I founded and we have massive interest from regions where diseases caused by mosquitoes are a problem. We’ve placed our first order and are including the fitted mosquito net cover with every travel cot. We are taking pre-orders now and are considering adding to our initial order due to demand. Product will be available late August.
We have contacted charities to see if we can provide samples of our mosquito proof BabyHub SleepSpace travel cot to help the fight against malaria and other mosquito borne diseases.
More deaths are associated with mosquitoes than any other animal on the planet. Mosquitoes may carry any number of deadly diseases, including malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever, and encephalitis.
If you are involved in providing protection for babies against mosquito transmitted diseases or you are a parent living in or travelling to an area where mosquitoes are a cause for concern, contact us for more info or pre-order here:
Thx for reading, Catherine