Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Launch of New Baby Gifts and New Mum Presents by Molliemoo

I am pleased to advise that this week Molliemoo launched their new and updated range of new baby gift boxes and baby presents.

All our baby gifts are either made from organic materials or are made in an eco-friendly way so are kind to the baby and the planet.

There is a wide selection of new baby girl, new baby boy, neutral and twins boxes with prices starting from £45 inc delivery to a UK address.

An example of one of our new baby gift boxes is shown below (Buttercup baby girl box) which contains:

Long sleeved pink babygrow (0-6 mths)
Knotted pink hat (one size)
100% organic cotton pink booties
Softest lambswool comfort blanket
Complimentary gift from Molliemoo
Gift card for personal message
Signature Molliemoo keepsake box
RRP: £55 inc free UK delivery

Please take a look at our website to see the full range of baby gift boxes and new mum presents


Friday, 12 February 2010

Take Part in Fairtrade Fortnight

Please take part in Fairtrade fortnight which starts next week 22 Feb to 7 March 2009.

This is run by The Fairtrade Foundation to raise awareness that still 2 billion people still survive on less than $2 a day. Unfair trade rules still leave them in poverty, so please support fairtrade.

Please take a look at their website for more details:

For this year's Fairtrade Fortnight they are asking the nation to join them in The Big Swap. For two whole weeks they are asking you to swap your usual stuff for Fairtrade stuff. Your usual bananas for Fairtrade bananas, your usual cotton socks for Fairtrade cotton socks, and your usual cuppa for a Fairtrade cuppa. Whenever you pop to the shops, you can use your wallet to make a stand.

Please also look at the website as they are carrying out Big Swap events all around the country. One that caught my eye was the Invasion of the Tea Ladies in London on 25 February. People are being asked to go along to parliament square where you will dress up as tea ladies and pose for a photo in Parliament Square before heading off to Trafalgar Square for a good ol' fashioned tea dance.

Please support this great cause

Monday, 8 February 2010


What is a Babymoon? It is like a 'honeymoon' taken by a newlywed couple but a holiday taken by a couple expecting a baby. Normally taken in the second trimester when the mum-to-be can still travel and are hopefully over the sickness/tiredness of the first trimester.

Why go on a Babymoon? For the parents-to-be to enjoy a final trip together before the sleepless nights, nappies, feeding.... The primary goal to rest and relax!

Babymoon destinations and ideas. You really do not need to go far from home for a great babymoon. We live close to Brighton and London which would only take 20-45 minutes by train which is perfect as they are far enough away from home but you will not be exhausted before starting the break.

Why not book a spa resort hotel in your own town or nearby? If you do go away, try to keep a flexible itinerary so that you can rest as often as you need too!

I would highly recommend having some time together as a couple before the birth of your newborn baby because once your precious son or daughter is born they will become your main priority and focus.

If you cannot get away, why not just buy yourself or your partner a pampering gift to relax and enjoy in your own home: Why not take a look at our new mum presents.