Posted on July 26, 2018 | Leave a Comment
Before I had my daughters I was the sort of person who wasn't just on time, I was early. I couldn't wait to get to places and I would leave early, arrive early and then hang around for ages feeling irritated that I had to wait. I was like a child - totally impatient.
Posted on June 14, 2018 | 2 Comments
Once upon a time there was a wild girl and her friend who every summer went to many music festivals. They loved Glastonbury the most and would wander from field to field enjoying the entertainment, people watching and atmosphere. They made a vow that when they had children they would take them and never stop going.
Posted on June 08, 2018 | Leave a Comment
What inspires you? Could you turn it into a baby carrier?
Posted on May 19, 2018 | Leave a Comment
Almost six years ago, Sleepy Nico became part of my working life (as well as an invaluable tool for our family's parenting) and every evening I sat at our kitchen table and beavered away, often with my youngest daughter asleep in our sling. For the past three years though Sleepy Nico has been located in a studio in Sudbury, the town where we lived. It has been great, giving us much needed space back at home and a more professional working environment for myself and the freelance staff that make Sleepy Nico tick.
Posted on May 06, 2018 | Leave a Comment
I love the theme for this year's European Babywearing Week. It encompasses the many different ways in which carrying a child is beneficial and lovely. It connects us to our children and them to us, it puts them at the centre of family life and connects us all to the wider world.
Posted on March 28, 2018 | Leave a Comment
It seems since I've had children and run a business that that is all I do, I do the school run, I am always late so we run into school and then I rush home to go for a run. I am that Mum who looks like a headless chicken.
Posted on March 06, 2018 | Posted under Baby Carrier, Rainbow Babies, Rainbows, Sleepy Nico Carrier, slings | Leave a Comment
You may have noticed that our new collection has two rainbow carriers in it. Alfie, our charity carrier which has so much emotion in it really does represent hope – it supports the work of Pancreatic Cancer UK and SANDS. Rainbow Starburst, our collaboration with Wild Things, has such energy and fun wrapped up in all those colours. It's a joyous creation much like each beautiful child it carries.
Posted on February 23, 2018 | Leave a Comment
Posted on February 07, 2018 | Leave a Comment
Kirsty Hartley is the owner of Wild Things and the woman behind the fabulous print of our Rainbow Starburst carrier. Here we find out a bit more about what makes her tick.