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  1. We had another great email through Blog Match from John Crane Introducing the wonderful range of wooden toys including these gorgeous one below.


    The history of Sevi spans almost two centuries in its devotion to wood and the success of Sevi is down to its design, quality, commitment to professional service and hundreds of satisfied customers.

    Sevi – a history...

    1920 – At the beginning of the 1920’s Sevi excited the local market with their small, hand made masterpieces.

    1930-1940 – To keep up with a now growing market, new machinery was purchased to support the craftsman’s skills.  Automation did not affect the high quality of Sevi but enhanced it.

    1950-1960 – The booming economy lead to a new craze of giving children small ‘surprise’ gifts.  Inspired by this Sevi continues today to producing not only toys but objects that express the warmth, wonder and friendliness of a child’s world.

    1970-1980 – This was the brands boom years with new characters born – the Happy Clown is still in the line up today, reborn in the newly styled Le Cirque collection

    1990-2000 – Sevi is acquired by the Trudi Company in 1998, remaining faithful to it founding principles and values; Sevi continues in hand crafted wood, caring for detail and dynamic creativity.  Stringent safety testing is applied to all products and Sevi was awarded UNI EN ISO 9001 certification in 2001.

    2010 – Sevi chooses John Crane Ltd to distribute to retailers in the UK, and a strong wooden partnership is born.

    To see where the history goes next link upto John Crane on their Facebook page here to be notified of new stock coming early 2012. You can also follow them on Twitter here.







  2. Quinny introduces a new collection of super stylish and colourful pushchairs called Quinny Moodd.


    A truly eye-catching stroller that will turn heads as you walk down the street with its high-gloss black or white seat and matching frame and a range of fashionable colours to choose from.


    The Quinny Moodd has more than just good looks, it's actually a fully functional pushchair that is completely user-friendly and flexible to all your needs.


    The Moodd's adjustable seat can be used in the forward facing and rearward facing position and features a totally lie-flat seat. Using the memory buttons on the side of the seat unit you can remove the seat unit and turn it around with one hand while holding your little one or the shopping. These memory buttons are useful when taking off, and placing on all the attachable accessories.


    The pushchair's seat unit is suitable from birth and comes with a snuggly Baby Nest which creates the perfect safe and warm environment for your newborn baby. Gently wrap your little one up in its soft fleecy lining and headhugger for extra support and care.


    The seat unit is a large spacious and comfortable place for your child as they grow. The protective shell style seat is modern with a luxurious wipe clean fabric. The t-bar can be removed but it provides older children something to hold on to. The plastic is hard wearing and will wipe clean from spills. With three recline positions your child will be very comfy while awake or asleep. Each position is operational in both rearward facing and parent facing positions.


    The Quinny Moodd has a fluid folding mechanism which is easy to operate; while standing at the back of the pushchair slide up the two switches on the inside of both sides of the handle bar and then push down on the handlebar and watch the Quinny Moodd collapse in front of your eyes.  Unfolding the Quinny Moodd is also easy, simply push a button and it springs to life ready for action.


    The handling performance of this pushchair is second to none. The handlebar is height adjustable, ergonomic with a padded foam handle grip and you can easily navigate the Quinny Moodd with one hand.


    The Quinny Moodd comes with the Baby Nest, large sun canopy with UV50+ protection, raincover, shopping basket, parasol clip and car seat adaptors.


    There is a range of wonderful accessories that you can use with the Quinny Moodd to compliment it nicely.  Use with a Maxi-Cosi infant carrier to make a very good looking travel system.  There is also a brand new Foldable Carrycot for those who like a more traditional looking pram. It's comfortable and folds really flat for storage and includes a boot cover, mattress and mosquito net.


    Create your own Quinny Moodd with the 4-wheel adaptor and choose from six different colours. Pink Passion and Natural Delight are available on the white frame and Black Devotion, Blue Reliance, Red Revolution, Purple Power are available with the black frame.


    Add some glamour to your life with the new Quinny Moodd.


    RRP £599.00 - For more information click here

  3. Thanks to Blog Match and Infacol... You could win £500 worth of Baby Goodies!

    Infacol, the UK’s leading colic relief treatment, is offering one lucky person the chance to win a £500 worth of baby goodies and raising awareness of colic in the process. 

    Infacol’s new social media pages officially launched on 3rd October 2011 (Facebook / Twitter / Blog / YouTube) and together, are dedicated to creating the ultimate parenting and baby wellbeing social community where you can learn, share tips and advice and get updated on all things relating to the wellbeing of your new addition - with a focus on colic of course.

    To celebrate the launch of this new initiative, Infacol are running a sweepstake competition on their Facebook page (, the prize being approximately £500 worth of baby related goods.


    It’s simple – Just ‘Like’ the new Facebook page ( then answer 3 colic related questions correctly and follow the instructions to enter the contest - one lucky winner will be picked to win the prize on 2/11/11.

    Competition Start Date: 3/10/11

    Competition Finnish Date: 1/11/11

    The Prize: The goody bag contains an exciting range of premium brand unisex baby related goods, ideal for a newborn. The actual contents of the goody bag remain secret but the total value is equivalent to £500 of goods (RRP).