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With the usual commotion that goes into getting the kids ready and off to school, it can be incredibly helpful to have their daily lunches planned and prepped in advance. Whether you have oodles of free time or are constantly working down to the wire, it is essential to ensure that each of your children is sent off to school with a nutritious meal to fuel them throughout their day.
Once upon two feet, our little ones are often hard to keep up with. Fortunately, there are many activities for toddlers that both support their learning and help burn off their energy each day. What’s more, taking these activities outside can open a new world of excitement, curiosity, and creativity for every child to explore.
It is tremendously exciting (and slightly nerve-racking) when you first see signs that your baby is ready to start walking on their own. After all, it’s officially the time when your little one transforms into a toddler!
Every milestone in your child's life is exciting for the whole family. Taking their first steps, joining their first sports team, getting ready for their first day at school – what provides the best support and comfort throughout these monumental occasions?
Choosing kids shoes constructed from the right materials for their needs is really important. Kids feet need support, breathability and flexibility, ensuring that their shoes are specifically constructed from quality materials has many benefits. So what is the best material for kids shoes? This depends on the style of shoe and the needs of the child. Generally natural materials such as leather, suede, cotton and rubber are great materials.
Bobux soft soles are a worldwide favourite for little feet. Bobux Soft Sole is the original all-leather, ultra-soft shoe that gently protects and comforts babies’ growing feet without being restricting or rigid. Little feet need to be protected, but they also need the freedom to grow and develop naturally, the Bobux founders designed the Original Soft Sole almost 30 years ago to be like a second skin.
It's the festive time of the year and if you are tired of accumulating plastic junk and excess packaging as a result of kids' stocking stuffers and gifts, consider a sustainable and useful option instead.
It’s the time of year when memories are made and family traditions are created. To get you in the festive spirit and add a sense of adventure to the occasion, we’ve gathered a few ideas you might like to try with your little ones…