Dec 082014
 

Avidiva

Christmas Countdown – Day 8

Australian online boutique Avidiva is home to a beautiful range of eco friendly, organic and lovingly handmade goods for the special little someone in your life. Owner and mum Jamie has carefully selected some fantastic Australian and international labels that are sure to be appreciated by both your family and the environment.

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Especially for our Christmas Countdown Avidiva has put together this lovely baby gift pack from the eco experts at Dandelion:

Dandelion Bear BlanketThis adorable Dandelion Bear Blanket (RRP $27.99) loves giving bedtime snuggles, hugs on the couch, going on car trips and walks in the pram, he’s the perfect cuddly friend for boys and girls. With his crinkly head and easy-grab knots and tags he is sure to keep small hands (and mouths!) busy. If your little one needs some help settling this could be just the comforting toy you need, he can go anywhere with you. Don’t worry, he is fully machine washable.

Dandelion Bib & Burper PackIf you are mum you will no doubt agree that babies are the cause of lots and lots of extra washing. Yucky poo explosions, teething dribbles, splashy burps, food spills, anything that can reduce your laundry load is welcome. Keep your, and your child’s, clothing clean with this sweet Dandelion Bib & Burper Pack (RRP $25), available in blue, pink, green and white. Made from the softest certified organic cotton and free from harmful chemicals it will not irritate your delicate baby’s skin or airways.

To find out more about Avidiva, to browse the range and to order online visit www.avidiva.com.au, shipping is free on Australian orders over $50.

For your chance to win a Dandelion Bear Blanket and Bip and Burper Pack from Avidiva (RRP $53) enter our giveaway below:

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Feb 052012
 

As a mum of two reflux babies I know all about unexpected spills and endless wardrobe changes. Both of the twins suffered from reflux as infants and only after we started them on medication we saw some improvement. Several times a day I would find myself holding one or both after a long and tiring breastfeed only to have all the milk come back up, not only covering their own clothes but mine too. They had a big talent for avoiding the burp cloth on my shoulder, it just never seemed to be in the right place to catch the spills! But lucky these days there is a solution, the Burby by Messy Little Monkeys.

Messy Little Monkeys is the love baby of Australian mum Riki, who happens to have a messy little monkey herself. After experiencing the messy effects of reflux with her baby Lily she decided to design the perfect burp cloth: one that is soft, absorbent, stays put and covers more than just a small part of your shoulder. Does that sound to good to be true? Take a closer look at the Messy Little Monkeys burp cloth, the Burby.

The first thing you will notice about the Burby burp cloth is its unique shape, covering both your front and back and connecting under your arm so it won’t slide. This generous size will make sure it catches even those surprise fountain burps that reach all the way down your back, we’ve all had our share of them! The three layer protection offers brilliant absorbency and keeps your clothes dry.

As the Burby is made from a combination of bamboo and cotton with a nylon PU coated inner you can profit from the great benefits of bamboo fibres, bamboo is soft, antibacterial and naturally deodorising as well as gentle on baby’s skin. A real bonus is that you can also use the Burby as a discrete nursing cover, how convenient! The Burby is available in 4 colours, a perfect gift for a new baby and a must have for any mum.

To find out more about Messy Little Monkeys, to take a closer look at the Burby burp cloth ($19.95) and to order online visit www.messylittlemonkeys.com, shipping is just $5 Australia wide (flat rate).

For your chance to win one of 5 Burby burp cloths in your favourite colour (subject to availability) visit www.messylittlemonkeys.com and answer the following question: Which one of the four different colours would you choose if you were lucky enough to win?

Submit your answer by leaving a comment below, your email address will not be published.

If you really want to win you can earn up to ten additional entries, please leave separate comments for each entry:

Competition ends March 5, 2012. Sorry, Australian entries only.