Over commercialization has turned Easter into a problem for many parents with every supermarket you walk into presenting you with an endless array of Easter chocolate & sweets that are too tempting a treat for little ones, but did you know over 3000 tons of Easter Egg packaging will be making its way to landfills & recycling facilities these Easter holidays,
Teething bites! Even though its a completely natural process it can be distressing for both of you whilst your little one deals with the discomfort that growing teeth can bring So how can you soothe your teething baby without the use of chemicals/medication? Here are some completely natural teething remedies that work.
‘Theirs no beauty in the finest cloth it makes hunger & unhappiness’ ~ Mahatma Gandhi. Which is why Blue Brontide only uses natural fibres of hemp, cotton or linen, grown organically, GOT's certified, chemical free from renewable sources . . .
If a toddler's blood sugars dip during the night it can lead to your little one having a restless sleep or waking sooner than they should. A full tummy before bed in the form of a healthy bed-time snack can not only help settle a toddler sooner but aid in a full nights sleep not only for little one but you too!
Avoid the terrifying plastic waste these holidays with our 6 tips & ideas to not only have a spooktacular but sustainable Halloween. 🎃
Kids are never too young to live sustainably, by choosing eco-friendly products not only are you using your consumer power for good but setting a lasting example to your children by showing them small ways they can look after the environment by reducing, reusing & recycling, setting them up for a bright/healthy future.
So you're trying to fully embrace the whole plastic-free living, single-use plastic packaging is no more in your house, plastic bags are a gonna, reusable water bottle, check, picking up plastic on your beach walks, yep but you seem to be stumbling in one area when it comes to your plastic-free efforts, your kids . . .
So you have a fussy eater on your hands, mealtimes often end in tears & you're starting to wonder how long your little one can actually survive on a daily diet of apples & biscuits alone . . .