I would really love to introduce you to my delightful sponsors!

I’ve talked about Sukimama before, I am in love with her philosophy and her online shop. The hard work has been done for us here – everything in the shop must be safe and free from BPA, phthalates, parabens, PVC and more. This is important to me, especially when it comes to body products and anything that comes into contact with my kiddos food + drink.

“Our mission and passion is to introduce parents to the finest and most stylish baby and childcare brands on the green market. We aim to provide you with the safest, healthiest and most natural products available for your precious babies, whilst being kind to Mother Earth. We have researched and tested each item and reviewed all the products with our own two children and are confident that we have picked the most forward thinking brands in terms of their functionality, durability, affordability and of course their cool style!
So what’s our criteria for all the products we carry?
  • Products need to be free of toxic chemicals including BPA, phthalates, PVC, pesticides, toxic dyes, colouring, perfumes, synthetics, formaldehyde and paraben to name just a few!

  • It has to be tried and tested on ourselves and we have to love it!
  • Where possible, it’s organic, Eco-friendly, natural, made under fair trade conditions, recycled or recyclable
  • It’s stylish, fun and cool
  • It’s functional, durable and affordable
Our mantra is to contribute to a brighter, greener future for us all, especially for our precious little ones as they will inherit what we leave behind.”

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Bright Buttons Toys is another new sponsor for {a little delightful} and I love the range of toys and products available. I’m a little picky about my kids’ toys and we own quite a few of the products Amanda showcases in her shop.

“All toys are handpicked by Amanda Hawes the owner and Educational and Developmental Pyschologist. Bright Buttons Toys is unique in that parents or caregivers can seek assistance in selecting the right toy or product to meet the learning and developmental needs of their child, no matter what age or skill level.”

Amanda shared these helpful questions to ask when choosing toys for your child:
A way of getting value for money when buying a toy ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Is this toy or product building a skill in my child such as fine motor, gross motor, cognitive skills such as colours, shapes, counting?
  2. What is the purpose of this toy?
  3. Will this toy be suitable in 12-months time?
  4. Will this toy be able to last across several children in the family?
  5. How can I use this toy to interact with my child? 

Bright Buttons Toys also provide a monthly ‘Child Development and Education’ Article via their newsletter. 

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