For prams and buggies
Doctors worldwide recommend that babies under 6 months are kept completely out of direct sunlight as their skin is too delicate and has hardly any melanin. Pram umbrellas often only cover small sections and crossing the road can mean the sun is suddenly in baby’s eyes.
SnoozeShade Original blocks up to 99% of the sun’s UV and can be used as an overhead canopy to ensure that baby is always safely in the shade.
For infant car seats
Doctors worldwide recommend that babies aged under 6 months are kept completely out of direct sunlight as their skin is very delicate and has hardly any melanin.
SnoozeShade car seat canopies block up to 99% of the sun’s UV and and keep the sun out of baby's delicate eyes. They also help you to establish healthy sleep routines from day one.
For travel cots and cots
There are two versions of SnoozeShade designed to fit
a) most popular travel cots (pack'n'plays & playards) AND
b) standard sized European cots (and larger travel cots)
If your travel cot takes a mattress no larger than 95cm x 65cm (37.4" x 25.6") we recommend SnoozeShade for Travel Cots. This version works well with the BabyBjorn, Guava Lotus, Nuna Sena and Phil&Teds triangular shaped cots.
One of the things I needed when I first had Holly was a baby diary so I could keep a note of everything she did.
For the first 6 months I had a plain notebook in which I jotted down when she slept, when she ate and when she did other things I wanted to remember. It worked but was a bit messy.
It was really useful to hand over to anyone looking after her, or when I went to the doctor or when I just wanted to see if something had changed when things went a bit pear-shaped.