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Can we all be more ethical and sustainable in our gift giving? Read more. 

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Is sheepskin safe for babies? We delve into safety of sheepskin for babies. Read more.
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We shed some light on the industry about ethical sheepskin. Read more.
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Lambskin for babies doesn’t just look beautiful in the nursery or pram but also has a host of added benefits for baby – nature really is a wonderful thing!
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Without a doubt, sheepskin is a beautiful addition to any nursery or playroom and will keep your baby cosy in pushchairs and car seats. However, there is more to lambskin than meets the eye and the hidden benefits of sheepskin are definitely worth knowing about.
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Often the first thought about sheepskin is that it is warm and cosy but did you know that the same warm snuggly sheepskin can also keep you cool in summer.
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Sheepskin pram liners combine the beauty and practicality of nature, providing warmth in winter and a cooling breathable fibre in the summer.  There is no need to worry about how to keep your sheepskin pram liner clean – its’ super simple and most of the time won’t require a wash, though if it does, we have lots of practical tips to help.
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Sleep regression is a disruption to your baby’s regular sleep pattern. Your child might start becoming fretful when you put them down for a nap. Their daytime naps may become interrupted, and they may begin waking during the night.

Undesirable though it is, sleep regression is a normal part of your baby’s development. It usually begins at around four months of age, and lasts for two to six weeks. There may further episodes periodically up until they are around 24

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What are the benefits of sheepskin for babies? Read more. 

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