We were at the Essential Baby & Toddler Show over the weekend. There was a lot to see as always - the same big brands that we always see and also some great new brands that I have not come across before.
Viddia – organic clothes and blankets
So soft, so beautiful. Of course I bought a whole bunch of stuff for my little girl and the baby in the belly. I also fell in love with their blanket which I thought would be great for warmer, Spring weather. All of their stuff is using GOTS certified cotton. Their stuff is all classic and very cute. And they cater for newborn to 6 years. viddia.com.au
de’bee – natural balms
I wanted to try all of their range but ended up getting their Storytime balm, Breathe Easy rub and Pucker Up lip balm. The products are organic, made from pure Australian beeswax plus other complimentary botanicals. I used the lip balm as soon as I got it as it immediately fixed by ridiculously dry lips. My little girl has had a cough for the last week, which of course bothers her most during the night. I put the Breathe Easy rub on and her coughing was less (while I was awake, anyway). It has menthol, tea tree, cedarwood and eucalyptus, so it has quite the aroma. I loved it and my little girl ok with it but it was a bit much for my partner. Yet to try the Storytime balm. I use the Badgers Sleep Balm so I am intrigued. http://debee.com.au/
Bambooloui – baby clothing
This stuff is so soft and cute. Little onesies and tshirts with cute prints. I liked the simplicity of the range and the fabric texture. I think it's quite ight so great for indoors over winter and the warmer temperatures. http://bambooloui.myshopify.com/
Halcyon Nights – collection of linens and baby clothes
Halcyon Nights use beautiful prints by a designer called Min Min on a collection of linen, from bassinet to single beds. They also have the cutest onsies and t-shirts. Very soft and lovely. Look out for the range online and at markets around Melbourne.