... joked about there being a Covid baby boom! We've had an unusually busy time with new baby gifts and baby showers happening. As luck would have it, and with the change of seasons upon us, we have received our first drop of the Elemental Autumn Winter 2021 collection from Burrow & Be. Read on to find out more!
Cosy knitwear makes keeping baby warm a breeze. The fishermans rib Slouch jersey comes in two colours and features wooden buttons at the shoulder to make getting dressed easy. I wish the Charlie cardi came in a larger size - I wouldn't mind one myself! It's the perfect shade of oatmeal, features wooden buttons and comes in a plain garter stitch design.
The long sleeved onesie and rib leggings are 100% organic, as you'd expect. These durable basics have been designed to co-ordinate with everything in collections past and present. Caring for them couldn't be easier either - just sling them in the washing machine, then line dry.
The cosy Burrow & Be Cot Quilts can also be used as a floor mat for baby to lie on. They are made from 100% organic cotton inside and out, so no nasties come into contact with baby's skin. Burrow & Be started out life as a children's bedding specialist before owner Catherine branched out into children's clothing - and hasn't looked back.
These are the sweetest designs and oh-so-perfect as a baby gift! This collection is available in a long sleeve onesie, fleece cardy, sleep suit, head band and swaddle. With the blush, almond and grey colour options, you're covered whether you're buying for a boy or a girl.
Our baby collection has been thoughtfully curated. From silicone teethers to silicone building blocks, durable tablewear and organic cotton goodness. You can be confident that any gift you select for your special one, comes with a guarantee of quality and consciousness.
It's great to be released from Level 3 Lockdown, here in Auckland - it's sure been a topsy turvy 12 months for us all! Not so much time for reading over the past week as I spent a fair bit of time in front of my screen doing boring website stuff however at night, my husband and I have started watching Peaky Blinders. So far there hasn't been an episode when I haven't covered my eyes (just a bit of violence) but we're really enjoying it. A few years ago Louise, Kim and I channelled the boys for our local Heritage dress-up day. We won Best Dressed. Have a great week, Jude x