We were sent the outfit that Busby is wearing in this post for an Instagram campaign with Primark. However, I loved the photos I took so much that it felt such a shame to waste the ones I didn’t use! So I thought I’d put together a quick little post here for this week’s What the Children Wore. Busby was sent a pair of jeans, pink heart jumper (which H-Bear ADORES), shirt, parka and bag from Primark’s autumn/winter range for the campaign.
We love Vertbaudet here at Make, Do & Push! HQ. We’ve featured a few of their gorgeous garments on What the Children Wore previously when H-Bear was teeny, so I was over the moon when they got in touch a couple of weeks ago and offered to send the children some of their fabulous clothes. Vertbaudet has been a favourite with French families for over 40 years now, and they launched in the UK in 1997. Although predominantly selling childrenswear, Vertbaudet also sells maternity wear ...
Busby: “What is Pride, Mummy?” Me: “It’s a big party to celebrate love.” Pier Street (next to Humber Street) in Hull has recently been given a rather rainbow-tastic makeover in celebration of hosting UK Pride this year, so where better to photograph these colourful Rockets and Rainbows t-shirts?!
I LOVE the reusable swimming nappies from TotsBots, so I was very happy to hear that they’ve just released another print for this summer! H-Bear had the ice lolly print last year, but sadly we lost it at one of his swimming classes and I’ve missed it ever since… The nappies come in two new designs: ‘Dig It’ and ‘Under the Sea’. The latter is the design H-Bear is wearing in these photos.
One of our favourite childrenswear brands, Bear & Babe, turns one in a couple of weeks, and I wanted to celebrate this with a little shoot at Yorkshire Lavender yesterday. Bear & Babe have featured on the blog (and on our Instagram) rather a lot over the past year, and I now count Mary amongst my friends. She is so incredibly talented, and I’m definitely not the only one who thinks so; she quit her job as a nanny a few months ago to focus on the business (and she’s still ...