Posted on 2:17pm Wednesday 12th Sep 2012
School has just started again and already the children are coming home with birthday party invitations.
Most parents find that getting an eco gift for a child whose taste is not well known is tricky. How not to spend a fortune and still avoid the obvious plastic tat?
Discover our mini wooden construction kit: choose between a bi-plane, helicopter, train or boat. The pre-cut wood pieces are ready to assemble with instruction on the back of the box.
It will be a great activity for younger boys or girls to complete with their parents or on their own from 8 years old. The end result looks stunning and can be painted if you prefer a dash of colour.
At £3 each, no wonder this is one of our most popular product. So remember this little bargain next time you need a dad's (or grandad's) gift, to please an older sibling after the birth of a baby or for those never-ending birthday parties. And for more ideas, check our Eco Kids category
Really Eco Baby prides itself on offering only gifts that are thoughtful, ethical and that we are sure will be enjoyed and played with for a long time.
Posted on 2:31pm Wednesday 22nd Aug 2012
Really Eco Baby and NapNap are taking to the road once again.
For all our local customers: Really Eco baby will have a stall at the Mothers, Babies and Children Fayre in Fairfield Park, Stotfold, Beds.
We will bring all our best products with us. You will find:
Have a look at our website to see what we have to offer.
We will also host our monthly Nappuccino. If you have a little one still in nappies, come and have a look at our cloth nappy demo pack; you will be surprised by their look and how much they can save you. We can also tell you about council schemes in your area.
And if you are past the nappy stage (good for you!), you might know expecting parents: then have a chat with us about The NapNap Voucher: an easy to use gift voucher that will allow parents to choose the cloth nappies of their choice from a long list of participating stores. You might help parents to never put a disposable nappy in the bin ever again!
So many reasons to come for a chat on 1st September. See you there!