Buying a stroller can be an overwhelming process with such an array of different products on the market, and it really is an important decision. Whether you’re buying a stroller for your first baby, something to travel with or even upgrading to a double there’s a range of different factors you need to keep in mind when deciding what to buy.
Whoever came up with the phrase “sleeping like a baby” clearly didn’t have a baby! Baby sleep, or lack of, can be a tricky art to master and finding the right crib is key to maximizing that re-energizing rest. Buying a crib for a baby is an important decision as you want somewhere safe, secure and comfortable for your little one to sleep, but you may also be considering and weighing up a range of other features.
Feeding is a great way to bond with a baby as well as providing nutrition and comfort. If you’ve decided to use a bottle to feed your baby expressed breastmilk or infant formula then you may be overwhelmed with the plethora of different bottles available. There are many different features to consider when buying bottles, and the best bottle for your baby may not be the best bottle for another which is why we’ve brought together a list of 8 different kinds of bottles for you to consider.
Barbie has got to be one of the world’s most instantly recognizable toys. The first Barbie doll was introduced to the market in 1959 and the Barbie empire has expanded ever since. Playing with Barbie dolls is a great way for children to build social skills and imagination as they play by acting out scenarios and experimenting with different social situations.
Race tracks are a fantastic and timeless toy for children, and their appeal spans many age groups. In fact, it’s not unusual to find grown-ups wanting to have a go too! The appeal of race track toys seems to endure through many generations and many grandparents have a set of tracks in the attic which they will get out when grandchildren come to visit because, despite the growing popularity of technological gadgets, race track toys seem to remain popular.
16-year-old boys are at a developmental stage where they can bring both an overwhelming sense of pride and a whole heap of stress and frustration to their friends and family. Whilst it’s not easy to deal with a teenager’s rudeness, laziness or grumpiness, these are often short-lived and developmental milestones! So, try to roll with it and focus on the joy that 16-year olds can bring too as they grow up, become their own person, hone in on their interests and accomplish all manner of things.
16-year-olds are at a developmental stage where they can bring both an overwhelming sense of pride and a whole heap of stress and frustration to their friends and family. Whilst it’s not easy to deal with a teenager’s rudeness, laziness or grumpiness, these are often short-lived and developmental milestones! So, try to roll with it and focus on the joy that 16-year olds can bring too as they grow up, become their own person, hone in on their interests and accomplish all manner of things. 16-year-old girls may be more mature than boys of a similar age, and able to interact with and form friendship relationships with adults in their lives.
At age 17 a girl is right on the precipice of adulthood and whilst many 17-year-old girls are excited about their future, others are actually pretty scared about entering the adult world and all that entails. This is an age where friends and family can be quiet, steadying influences whilst the world seems all in flux.
As girls turn 3-years-old, they go from being ‘toddlers’ to being ‘pre-schoolers’ this may coincide with beginning pre-school or moving into a pre-school class within their usual childcare setting. The transition from toddler to pre-schooler isn’t always smooth, leading to behaviour more often associated with teenagers. Emotions run high at age 3, and 3-year-olds are quick to express their thoughts, feeling and opinions. Whilst this can be a little difficult to navigate it’s a great sign that they are developing as they should be.
Along with this expressive nature comes lots of creativity and a burgeoning imagination. 3-year-olds, like most young children, still need plenty of time outdoors and lots of physical activity; allowing children the freedom to run, climb, and jump is essential. Pre-schoolers need to practice their physical skills to develop strength, balance and coordination. If you are searching for a gift for a 3-year-old girl there are plenty of toys and gifts to choose from, but we’ve brought together 30 of the best, that will help to support their development.
Age 14 is an important age and stage of development for many girls; many 14-year-olds start becoming more responsible and adult-like, whilst others may begin to rebel and get mixed up with the wrong crowd. Both are normal, but it’s an important time for adults in a child’s life to ensure they’re encouraging healthy development. Even though many 14-year-old girls appear to want to argue with adults about everything, and seem to be very independent, deep down they crave the stability that adults offer to their lives and are very appreciative of gifts given by important adults in their lives.
We’ve put together a list of gift suggestions for 14-year-old girls which should suit a wide range of interests and personalities.