parent shaming

Parent shaming when your baby goes potty

Imagine this: you’re out on a playdate and your baby signals potty, so you take him/her to the bathroom. When you come back, you get a load of uninvited opinion from your “friend” suggesting that you’re harming your baby somehow. Ever been here? Its called parent shaming and it’s a hot topic right now. Continue reading

potty pause

The potty pause and how to overcome it

A potty pause or potty strike is very common when pottying (elimination communication). It usually occurs between 6-12 months but can happen earlier or later than this (every baby is different). Many parents stop pottying their baby at this point, but this is not your only option. Read on to understand why a potty pause happens and what you can do about it when it does.  Continue reading

cloth nappy

I ate my baby’s nappy liner and other problems

Fancy a drink anyone? You may have read lately the alarming news that tap water has now become infected with plastic1. Plastic is also in the food we eat, from sea to plate2.  Now, studies have found plastic fibres from everyday clothes in our food and water 3. Unfortunately, nappies are part of this problem thanks to synthetic fibres such as fleece and polyester 4. Continue reading

Little Bunny Bear

Together for Giving this Christmas

Many people give to charity during the run-up to Christmas, and indeed, research shows that charitable giving can even make you happier1. We’ve built charitable giving into our business so that every time you buy something from our Little Bunny Bear shop, you are helping someone in need. Continue reading

tidy toys

Time to Tidy Up: A place for everything and everything in its place

Unless you’ve mastered minimalism, your kids probably have lots of toys. These days, most kids have so many toys, that some never get played with. Your kids struggle to tidy up. In this state of ‘normality’, its easy to see toys as transient clutter: the more we have of something, the less we value it. Keeping them tidy becomes an increasingly difficult and resented job. So how can we keep things tidy, and why should we?  Continue reading