It’s Baby Show weekend, we went on opening day yesterday, it was nice and quiet, perfect considering we had Deacon with us, I am sure today is a lot busier, but if you are heading there today or want to go tomorrow then these are my suggestions on what to go look at. If you still want a ticket head to Emma’s Diary for a discount.
First up the Nomi Chair designed by Peter Opsvik who designed the awesome Stokke Tripp Trapp, this is the 1st chair that has ever swayed me from the Tripp Trapp, I desperately would love the Pink for Addison, like the TT it goes from Birth to Adult.
Don’t forget there are great free services at The Baby Show, here you can see Deacon having his picture taken for face of The Baby Show competition, as well as the Emma’s Diary Collect By Car service, also we used the nappy changing services sponsored by Asda/Stokke and the Feeding area with free Plum Baby food and Stokke Steps chairs to sit in, which Deacon was not too impressed with and to be honest neither was I.
We were kindly given some Momma products for review (to follow), one for each baby, they offer genius baby feeding products as well as Lansinoh Breast feeding products with a very impressive double breast pump, do go check out their stand.
We then had to head and see team Cosatto, especially as they were giving first show of the new Ooba, Deacon gave it a test as well as us getting a full demonstration, I am in love and would really like to add to my pushchair collection, it is a birth to 4 yrs system and so stylish, as always Cosatto have thought of all the little details. Plus they have free cake!!!
No Baby Show goes without visiting the goddess who is Annabel Karmel, I swear by her products and food, after chatting about Deacon’s feeding issues with CMPA they kindly gifted Deacon some sachets which are all Lactose free, he has already demolished one at lunch. They have so many products from food to invaluable weaning books.
Lastly we headed over to Mothercare, who offer 10% off their standard prices at The Baby Show, I love the Little Bird range by Jools Oliver, they didn’t have as much choice as always (thank god for my purse) but I still managed to pick up a new Tee for Addison and a Romper for Deacon, both are just fab retro prints with gorgeous Neon labels.
The Excel is my favourite venue as so easy to travel to, all in one nice open room and my side of London, the parking has become a little pricey and if pregnant it is a pain the toilets are downstairs, but still the best venue for me.