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September 2019 Articles

Using The Principles Of Montessori At Home

You may have heard of Montessori but — unless you’ve had a child in a Montessori school or learning environment or know someone who does — you may not know how useful the principles of Montessori can be in raising children. We all want our children to be happy, independent and safe, but those things […] Read More

Kids And Intuitive Eating

If there’s one thing that parents and kids frequently fight over, it’s food. How much, how little, which foods, when to eat — it can seem unending. But we’re here to tell you a little secret: you don’t have to fight with your kids around food. Want to know more? Read on.   What is […] Read More

5 Nursery Must Haves And 5 Nice To Haves

There are literally millions of nursery must-have lists on the internet. As a new parent, it can be incredibly overwhelming. There are tons of things you might need for your baby, but if you come right down to it, babies needs are fairly simple. They want to be fed, soothed and held. All the other […] Read More

The Parent-Child Relationship With Toddlers

The parent-child relationship begins the first moment you meet, but it changes in subtle ways throughout your lives. The way you parent a newborn isn’t the way you parent a teenager and it can be confusing to know how and when to change your behaviour to suit your current situation. Building a strong relationship when […] Read More

Snuza HeroSE Receives Coveted Kids Design Award In Japan

We are excited to announce that our Snuza HeroSE received the 13th Kids Design Award in Japan for the “Design that contributes to the safety and security of children” category. The Snuza HeroSE is certified as a Class 1 medical device in Japan. The Kids Design Awards is organized annually by the Kids Design Association. […] Read More

7 Ways For New Dads To Bond And Be Involved

Babies are many things. They are at once incredible, beautiful and entertaining, and intense, scary and overwhelming. But as the parents of a new baby, you probably want to bond. For a natural-born baby, bonding with the primary caregiver — usually the mom — is done through feeding, soothing, and long hours of cuddling. But […] Read More