• No Added Salt are a family run business that have developed a range of children’s ready meals packed full of hidden vegetables, herbs and goodness. The meals have been designed to maximize nutrition with NO ADDED SALT, additives, flavourings or preservatives.

    No Added Salt are currently developing their food products, brand and stockists across the UK.


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Get inspired by: baby shower invites

We admit we may be doing this next post in a reverse order, but following the baby announcements inspiration post, we’ve loving these baby shower invites and how creative they all look, again, all from Oh So Beautiful Paper! We particularly love this genius idea of an invite with a balloon, with a print saying … Continue reading

Some of the best iPad apps for kids

Angry Birds HD  This app needs to explanation as it’s by far one of the most popular iPhone and iPad games, now in a HD version for the iPad. Dora’s Ballet Adventure This super cute app takes you on an interactive storytelling adventure with everyone’s favourite, Dora the Explorer. The Monster at the End of this Book … Continue reading

The amazing creativity of Bento boxes

Bento boxes originate from Japan, and they’re small boxes with different compartments, perfect for kid’s lunches. And as the Japanese have a thing for everything cute, they’ve made a craft out of decorating Bento boxes and making the meals shaped like animals, scenarios, or anything cute. We’ve recently stumbled upon Wendolonia, a blog owned by … Continue reading

Get inspired by: baby announcements

From letterpress to easy printables, it’s impossible not to get inspired by these super cute baby announcements, found in one of our favourite websites, Oh So Beautiful Paper.

Getting crafty with the kids…

The Crafty Crow, along with other websites such as Martha Stewart’s Kids, is one of those great inspiring places you can visit when you feel you’ve run out of ideas for DIY activities for your little ones, and they have just compiled a very useful crafts list of items you can keep in a cupboard … Continue reading

SHOP: Back to school backpacks

1 – Vuori by Marimekko (POA) 2 – Super G Series by Jansport (£30) 3 – Fast by Kipling (£46) 4 – Cookie Monster by Sesame Street Mini Backpacks (£20) 5 – Spiketus Rex by MadPax (£36) 6 – Outer Space Satchel by Cath Kidston (£30)

642 Things to Draw

One of parents’ biggest worry is how to always keep their child busy, entertained, doing something productive and, let’s admit it, giving them a bit of a break. Today we’re loving our most recent discovery, “642 Things to Draw“, a book that suggests something to draw on each page, constantly challenging the older kids into … Continue reading

Schoolbags for Kids

We had a lovely surprise in our inboxes this morning as we checked our Daily Candy Kids newsletter. They introduced us to Schoolbags for Kids, a range of children’s backpacks with a twist. Kalon Gutierrez and Luis Garcia know each other from working in the luxury fashion industry in New York, and always thought there was … Continue reading

SHOP: Fun cooking tools

Make cooking fun & interactive for the little ones! 1 – Star Wars spatula set by Williams-Sodoma (£16). 2 – Flamingo chopsticks via Urban Outfitters (£10). 3 – Marvel Cakelet pan by Williams-Sodoma (£25.66). 4 – DynoBytes sandwich cutter by Evrilholder (£3.50). 5 – Dog knife by Kuhn Rikon (£6.46). 6 – Burger timer by Urban … Continue reading

Gwen Stefani to launch childrenswear line

Many of you might know Gwen Stefani as the iconic, stylist lead singer of No Doubt, but I’m sure some of you have noticed her ventures into fashion, where she has a very successful womenswear line called L.A.M.B., launching the more accessible Harajuku Lovers later on. The later line is inspired by the neighbourhood of Harajuku in … Continue reading