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Baby's first steps with solids...

Posted by Marie Vivet on

Being mother is a great joy. You see your baby growing, being more alert, and developing new skills every day. You have a great feeling of satisfaction when your “baby pattern” is set in place. The problem is that as your baby grows, his needs change and you need to reorganize your time, again and again! For example, once you know your baby is ready to try some foods, the question becomes, what is the best first food? How will I manage? The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby's life. So if you can breastfeed to this...

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What is Plagiocephaly and how to prevent it

Posted by Remi Bouchenez on

1. What is Plagiocephaly Plagiocephaly and Brachycephaly, also known as flat head syndrome, are conditions characterized by an asymmetrical distortion of the skull (flattening of one side of the skull in the case of plagiocephaly or of the back of the head in the case of brachycephaly). Frequently, flat head syndrome is the consequence of subluxation of the cervical which prevents good mobility of the head. This subluxation is not always detected.  A baby’s skull is very delicate and can deform very quickly if the baby is lying on a hard surface for a prolonged time, in the same position. Since professionals have recommend sleeping...

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How to prepare for a successful get away with a baby

Posted by Marie Vivet on

When my husband and I used to “go on an adventure”, it meant diving with sharks, rock climbing or jump from a plane. We would leave on a Friday night after work and come back to work the following Monday morning. We travelled light, with a small hand luggage each and would sleep in no fuss backpacker hotels. Well, that was before. Now the story has changed. Going on a trip for the week-end has a slightly different taste. It was when my first daughter Ines was born, that I realised that I needed more energy to think about everything I needed to pack,...

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New collections out now

Posted by Remi Bouchenez on

As the seasons change, so too does our colour range! This autumn / winter, we're introducing a range of new colours inspired by the soft sun of an autumn afternoon at the beach. You'll see these in our new Marin Babynomade, as well as the new powder blue and powder pink fitted sheets for the Cocoonababy. Babynomade Marin The Babynomade® is an ergonomic, preshaped blanket designed to cover baby quickly and easily when out and about or when travelling. It is ideal on those sunny, but colder, autumn / winter days to take baby out without getting a cold. It's...

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Limited Edition Grey Stars Cocoonababy now available

Posted by Remi Bouchenez on

For a limited time only, you can get your Cocoonababy fitted with this very cute grey stars fitted sheet. The Limited Edition Grey Stars Cocoonababy also comes with its matching Grey Stars tummy band. The fitted sheet and tummy band are both machine washable at 30ºC. The Cocoonababy nest reassures babies and help them adapt smoothly to life after birth. While respecting the medical recommendation to sleep babies on their back, the elongated semi-fetal position in the Cocoonababy® nest allows babies who have lost their known landmarks in the womb of their mother to feel safe and content. This position present many advantages, including improving the quality and...

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