Eco-friendly Baby Gift Boxes from Almondella

June 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Family

If you only want eco-friendly and organic products for your baby but find them hard to source, the Almondella gift box concept is the ideal way to find out about new and exciting brands.

Natural Baby Skincare from Burt’s Bees

Burt’s Bees Baby Bee range of bath-time and skincare products for babies and new mothers are kind to the skin and to the environment. They include 11 essential products made with natural moisturisers and natural emollients, including beeswax, to seal in moisture and help protect against external irritants.

The Lemon Tub

June 20, 2013 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Family, Gifts, Grown Ups, Toys

When it comes to buying gifts for my loved ones, I often used to struggle finding something that they would truly love… All I can say is thank goodness for The Lemon Tub, which has helped me greatly in my quest of buying perfect presents for the ladies and little ones in my life. The […]

New Cuddledry ‘Coffee and Cream’ Range designed exclusively for Mothercare

June 3, 2013 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Clothing, Family

A product that you will find regularly on a new parents’ list of must have essentials for their newborn is the Cuddledry ‘hands-free’ apron towel. TGF have been fans of Cuddledry for some time now and are very excited about the launch of their brand new range of products designed exclusively for Mothercare.

NaturalMat – 20% off Pocket Springs

NaturalMat specialise in desirable handmade mattresses created in Devon, England. NaturalMat aims to help babies and children sleep safely and comfortably in the best, most natural environment possible. The company has harnessed the amazing potential of natural and organic materials such as organic coir and cotton, creating a range of handcrafted mattresses that are superbly comfortable, breathable, […]

Everything for Eczema

Parents of children who suffer from eczema understand the sheer hard work involved in caring for children with sore and itchy skin. Parents often try to find anything that will help make their little ones that bit more comfortable – from discovering creams that soothe, to choosing clothes that prevent further scratching, it can be […]

We love Cuddledry Bamboo Towels!

February 20, 2013 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Family, Green Living

Even the product name, ‘Cuddledry Bamboo Towels’ sounds indulgent and comforting – I just want to wrap myself up in one to get warm and escape from the rain and cold but sadly I cant! Cuddledry Bamboo Towels promise long lasting softness and absorbency and are a world apart from regular baby towels, which often […]

Introducing Kite’s Spring/Summer 2013 Collections

February 11, 2013 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Clothing, Family, Kids & Teens

Kite, the planet-friendly clothing brand for children aged 0 to 11 years old is set to reach new heights with their Spring/Summer 2013 clothing collections that are available now. Kite is a leading GOTS-certified label in the children’s ethical fashion market and has a reputation for delivering inspirational collections thanks to its skills in color and […]

The Natural Baby Collective

September 11, 2012 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Family, News & Reviews, Top Picks

ome of TGF’s favourite baby companies have come together to form ‘The Natural Baby Collective’ in a move to raise awareness and offer a more informed choice to parents about products that are functional, stylish and effective but that are also safe. One of the main factors that bind these companies together is that they strive to make sure all the products they are selling are created with minimum impact on the environment.

250,000 Used Baby Food Pouches Saved from UK Landfill

September 3, 2012 by  
Filed under News & Reviews, Top Picks

Congratulations to Ella’s Kitchen Brigade, a recycling fundraising scheme launched in the UK in March 2012. In conjunction with TerraCycle they have hit the 250,000 milestone in terms of the number of used baby food pouches saved from UK landfill.

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