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Modern twist on traditional swaddling featuring a unique Arms UP design that replicates your baby's natural sleeping position, allowing them to self-soothe and preventing the startle reflex
Smart, universal and user-friendly, the Lascal BuggyBoard® easily fits to your pushchair, giving tired toddlers a safe and practical lift.
The right amount of light just where you need it for night-time babycare.
A roller blind style retractable baby gate that fits openings of up to 100 cms. All KiddyGuard gates meet and exceed current safety standards.
UV buggy sleep and sun shade that helps babies and toddlers to snooze happily when on the move.
Every child is different so to say a toddler should be out if nappies by a certain age can add undue pressure to both parents and children. There are some key tell-tale signs though, that will help you recognise whether or not your clever, beautiful, individual child is ready to ditch the nappies and don the pants.
Did you know? The average potty training age has risen from 2 to 3 and a half in the last thirty years and an increasing number of children are starting school without being fully toilet trained.
Is your child aware that they need to go? Are they asking for the toilet, telling you they need a wee or a poo?
1. Is your toddler managing to stay dry for a couple of hours at a time?
2. Does he or she tell you when their nappy needs to be changed?
It’s really important to take things at your own pace but if you answer yes to all of these questions then your little one is on the way to being ready for potty training. And remember, however toe-curling and embarrassing your experience may be - kerbside poos, accidents in front of unsympathetic crowds, really public pit-stops for pants – we’ve all been there!
Force a child to use a potty.
Get cross with them for refusing to sit on a potty.
Get impatient with them if they have an accident.
Let your child close the lid by themselves!