Pregnancy

TEAM FAVOURITES
Team Favourites : Best Maternity Essentials
When you are pregnant, the best essentials are ones that save you time, keep you looking and feeling great, are comfortable (!), and keep you happy for those nine months no matter what. Our team decided to share a curated collection of 11 Essentials that all Pregnant Mamas should know about. And of course, we ...
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THURSDAY THOUGHTS
My thoughts on child birth
I was on the phone to Courtney the other night and we were laughing about how people can have such different attitudes towards child birth. There is a world of difference between the hippie town of Byron Bay and inner city Paris! Here is my theory: for me birth is a bit like a long-haul ...
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PREGNANCY
Welcome sweet baby Wilkie!
And finally on Saturday the much awaited newest Babyccino baby was born: in the water, surrounded by his family and siblings, there he was: Willem (Wilkie) Sutley Adamo. We are all so super happy and proud, and wish we could just beam ourselves up to Byron Bay to hold him and kiss him and give his mama ...
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TEAM FAVOURITES
Team Favourites : Best Books for Pregnant Mamas
New life is on our minds at Babyccino both because Spring is in the air, (yay!) and... because we currently have a few pregnant mamas and a newborn on our team.  So we wanted to share our favourite books that we read while pregnant. Books that inspire, educate,  prepare, and inform us so we are ...
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TUESDAY TIPS
Tuesday Tips: What to pack in your hospital bag
As I wrote last week, we are hoping to welcome our baby at home (there is a big inflatable birth pool in my bedroom as I write this! on the eve of my due date no less!), so I have not even packed a hospital bag. Everything we need for the birth and for the baby ...
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PREGNANCY
The Dutch (home) birth box
In light of Courtney's latest post and her plan for a beautiful home birth, I thought to tell you about something special we have here in the Netherlands: the 'birth box'. In our country, giving birth is considered a natural happening, not a medical one. Home births are still fairly common (around one in 8 women ...
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THURSDAY THOUGHTS
Would you let your children watch your birth?
I have always loved the idea of a homebirth -- the thought of staying in the comfort and cosiness of my own space, of lighting candles and playing music, of never having to leave my family, of snacking on food from my cupboards, and of crawling back into my own bed once the baby has ...
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PREGNANCY
The Mama Bundle from Francis & Henry
I have recently been in touch with the lovely Aleksandra, founder and designer behind the new Polish label, Francis & Henry. Aleksandra is the eldest of eight children and a mama of two young boys (named Francis and Henry). Over email, we've bonded over our shared position as eldest in a big family and our many ...
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THURSDAY THOUGHTS
Some thoughts about stretch marks and accepting our 'imperfections'
Pregnancy-related stretch marks are a genetic reality in my family. My mom, who birthed five babies, has them, as did her mother, and I knew the chances were good that I would get them too. When I was pregnant with my first baby I remember using all of the creams and oils on the market ...
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PARENTING
Baby gender, orgasmic births and other unsolicited pregnancy advice
I have always really enjoyed the social aspect of pregnancy. I love that a baby bump seems to break down barriers between people, making it easier for strangers to strike up conversation. Pregnancy provides an easy talking point, and one that many people can relate to and enjoy speaking about. Personally, I love talking about ...
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PARENTING TIPS
Preparing for baby -- stocking the freezer!
With colourful Autumn produce spilling out of our local Farmer's Market this weekend, I was reminded of this time last year. I was pregnant with an obvious bump on display, and was enjoying the change of seasons with winter drawing ever nearer as I grew ever bigger. I also recalled the yummy feasts of stews and soups that ...
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THURSDAY THOUGHTS
Do you find out your baby's gender?
Being pregnant, one of the first questions people tend to ask is ‘Do you know what you’re having?’ It’s such a natural conversation starter. I know it’s one of the first questions I tend to ask pregnant women I meet as well. The thing I’ve noticed lately is that more often than not, people tend ...
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PREGNANCY
Some big news - another baby!
This post has been really difficult for me to write. I’ve stopped and started, procrastinated and deliberated. I’ve thought about it constantly over the past weeks and months. I now realise it’s difficult for me to write this because I have so many different emotions and thoughts swirling through my head. After an amazing adventure ...
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THURSDAY THOUGHTS
Two to Tandem: Breastfeeding two at the same time
Being a mother means making tons of decisions, and leaves you with a lot of .... questions. Being a second-time mother somehow seems to double the amount of decisions needed, and sometimes double the number of questions you need to ask yourself about what you are doing. Is this best for the baby? The eldest ...
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TUESDAY TIPS
Introducing a newborn sibling: Head, shoulders, knees and toes...
How did you introduce your older children to your brand new and adorable newborn? I received great advice from a friend about that first moment when they meet, which was really easy to do... When you introduce the beautiful new baby to its siblings, you shouldn't hold the baby. It can easily look like the sibling is ...
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TUESDAY TIPS
Reassure Soon-to-be Siblings with a Simple Video
How do you take care of your eldest child(ren) when you are about to have a baby? Well, I recently ran into a local mum. She is due with her second child and asked me what I experienced differently while pregnant the second time. And my answer, without even thinking twice, was that I worried more about ...
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THURSDAY THOUGHTS
Scans, surprises, and science...
Ultrasound scans are a modern tool used to give us so much more information than previous generations of pregnant women had access to… but can scans give too much information away?! I have now had two pregnancies, and I always found the ultrasound scan to be both exciting and nerve racking. It is such an ...
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BABY ESSENTIALS
Joy & Joice, 100% natural, aromatherapy candles for expecting or new mamas
The months before and after having a baby are just the cosiest periods, the waiting, preparing the house, and then the delightful cocooning on the couch with your tiny newborn in your arms... Rachel (a really cute young mum I met at the London ShopUp last December) really craved the comforting atmosphere that scented candles create during these ...
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BABY
A sweet announcement and my Top 10 Baby and Mama Products
Hello everyone. The ones that follow my blog have read the news already but to the ones that don’t I’m over the moon to share that from this summer on I’m going to be a mama of three! I can hardly believe it. If it wasn’t for the ultrasounds I don’t think I would. We are ...
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PARENTING
Welcome sweet baby Orla!
Our lovely team member Helen gave birth to a beautiful baby daughter yesterday, named Orla Rae. Isn't she just perfect? We're so proud and happy! Enjoy these precious moments with your new baby and your family sweet Helen! xxx Esther
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BABY
Mori baby essentials (and parcel service)
Our wonderful team member Helen is heavily pregnant with a little girl, so once again, we have babies on our minds here at Babyccino! We were recently introduced to Mori, a new and unique parcel service that delivers baby essentials straight to your door, making a new mum's life so much easier. The team at Mori (existing of three cool guys!) ...
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BEAUTY
Pregnancy Yoga DVD by Nadia Narain
I've mentioned Nadia before (here), and in that post I wrote a little bit about how she supported me through my pregnancy with Marlow and how she transformed the way I view childbirth. I am certain it is because of her yoga classes and support that I was able to give birth in a way I ...
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PARENTING
Tuesday Tips: how to survive the first months of pregnancy
I've been very lucky during my pregnancies -- they have always been fairly easy. I was (of course?) extremely tired in the first months, and feeling nauseous here and there (especially when brushing my teeth or when I smelled the exhausts of cars), but overall, I have actually always really enjoyed those nine months. But it's ...
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MAMA
New Hatch collection online!
Every season here at Babyccino Kids we're eager to see the new Hatch collection -- just because we know it will be stylish, trendy, and oh so comfortable. I've first gotten to know Hatch when I was pregnant with Casper, and I've kept all their pieces after his birth and am still wearing them to this ...
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@mariepuceparis did it again! A beautiful new collection for spring and summer 2017, full of candy colours and lovely patterns for boys and girls from baby up to teens. Check out the pretty photos Esther took last weekend when her kids set up their Easter tree! (link in profile)
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Oh those sweet handmade knitted mermaids from @lauvely_ , we want them all! Check out their little friends too, they're all so cute - coming from the fascinating worlds of the circus and the sea, you'll find pirates, rabbits, elephants or lions. And their tall size make them perfect for a good squeeze!#babyccinoboutiques #newshop
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How to make your pregnancy easier, more comfortable, and more stylish - we're sharing a curated collection of 11 essentials that all pregnant mamas should know about. All of them tested and approved. Link in profile! (photo of our New York City guide beautiful contributor Shannon, taken by @bejabphotography) #babyccinoteamfavourites
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Spring cleaning has never looked so good! Check out our natural, cute and eco-friendly finds this week in this very fresh and clean Top Ten (even kids can pretend cleaning the house with these child-size mop and bucket🤗!)Tap for details or follow the link in profile for more info!#babyccinotopten #springcleaning #spring
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@som_newyork range of swaddles, baby bedding, bath capes and duvet covers is exclusively made from double and triple layer 100% cotton gauze, and available in a gorgeous palette of neutral tones. A haven for those seeking both minimalist design and comfort! And good news for our LA mums - you will be able to shop their beautiful collection at @theshopup on April 23rd and 24th! #babyccinoboutiques #newshop #TheShopUp #theshopupLA
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We couldn't keep this to ourselves - the make up from @gayacosmetics is made of 100% natural ingredients and chemical, paraben and fragrance-free! And they don’t test on animalsMore in the link in profile, thanks for sharing Polona @babyjungleshop!
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If you're seeking unique, special clothing for babies and toddlers, check out @marlonandlittlefriends adorable collection! Classic (yet modern!) heirloom hand knit pieces, but also restored vintage clothing carefully sourced in France and the UK - everything is beautifully nostalgic, with a perfect mix between old and new!#babyccinoboutiques #newshop
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Spring is in the air and it feels SO good! Esther and her kids just set up their Easter tree (we love this sweet tradition!) and she shares today on the blog beautiful photos full of sunshine of @mariepuceparis new spring collection. Simple and stylish, with lovely summery colours and cute details - have a look! (link in profile)
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Find a wonderful collection of carefully selected items for babies, children and their homes at @seedfactory! Those wooden legos - we just want them now!#babyccinoboutiques #newshop
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Check out the cool vibes of our Shop Up event in London in December!
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Our 2nd live shopping event in Brooklyn was amazing! Great shopping, delicious treats, tons of kids activities and a super cool family photo booth!
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Esther shows us her recipe for delicious mint syrup.
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Our live shopping event in London at Chelsea Old Town Hall in 2015 was a big success and so much fun.
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Here we show you how to harvest rhubarb from the garden, and make it into a delicious compote. If you make oatmeal at the same time, you have made a delicious and nutritious breakfast that your family will love! (Ours do!)
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This gym bag is such a fun and easy project, also for beginners this is a nice sewing project. Esther, Emilie and the kids had so much fun going to the market choosing all the supplies. The fabrics from Little Cube are the cutest!
10 months ago
Our first live shopping event in Brooklyn was a great success. We loved seeing the best boutiques under one roof, combined with great food and fun activities...and some dancing! Hope to see everyone this year again on September 18th & 19th at 501 Union, 501 Union Street in Brooklyn.
1 year ago
Hi guys! Here Bethie and I are showing you how to prepare a super easy dish that your family will love -- a video we bring to you in cooperation with Abel & Cole, deliverer of fabulous food boxes filled to the brim with organic freshness! Here's the list of ingredients:a royal 1 tbsp of olive oil1 butternut squash1 red onion2 red peppers2 garlic cloves4 vine tomatoes150g quinoasea salt & freshly ground pepper300 ml vegetable stock2 tbsp red wine vinegar25g raisins80g black olivesAnd for the garnish:a handful of chervilfeta (optional)Directions:Peel your butternut squash. Cut in half and scoop out the seeds. Chop the flesh into 1cm chunks.Peel and cut the onion into thick slices. Cut the pepper in half and scoop out the seeds and white pith. Chop into bitesized pieces. Peel and thinly slice the garlic. Roughly chop the tomatoes.Rinse the quinoa under cold water to remove any bitterness.Heat 1 tbsp olive oil in a large heavy based pan. Tip in all the veg and quinoa. Pour in the veg stock and the red wine vinegar. Add the raisins and the olives. Season with salt and pepper.Pop on a lid and cook for 30-40 mins until the squash is soft and the sauce thick. Stir every now and then during cooking.Scatter over the chervil (or flat leaf parsley leaves) and serve in warm bowls. Top with crumbled feta if you like!A super colourful, super easy and super delicious dish for taste buds of all ages!Bon appétit!
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Here Courtney joins Maureen from Pipsticks (www.pipsticks.com) to show you how to make a Superhero costume, including wristbands, a mask and a superhero cape! This fun and easy DIY is perfect for Halloween or any time your little ones need a costume to match their exciting superhero adventures! For additional info, you can find the DIY for the superhero wristbands on the Pipsticks site here: http://pipsticks.com/blogs/news/tagged/superhero
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We show you what we have in our carry-on bags when we fly. This was filmed in Brooklyn when all three of us where together without our families. Needless to say, we had a lot of fun!
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