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What Indy Wore // Panda and the Sparrow #BabyGetCosy

The lovely folk at Panda and the Sparrow sent Indy some gorgeous bamboo clothes as part of their #BabyGetCosy campaign. I’ve written about my love for bamboo clothing previously. It’s such a fantastic material to use for clothes, especially children’s clothes, as it’s thermoregulating and hypoallergenic. It’s also super soft against the skin and is breathable, making it ideal for suffers of eczema. We were sent two sleepsuit rompers, which have been wonderful.  ...

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What Indy Wore // Tractor of the Day from Hatley

Who doesn’t love tractors?? We certainly do here in the Make, Do & Push! household, so we were very happy to find a plethora of tractor clothes in our box of goodies from Hatley. Hatley recently opened a brand new store in Chiswick; it’s their first ever store in the UK (having originated in Canada). The gorgeous brand aren’t unknown in the UK, however! You may recognise the name and distinctive style from independent boutiques and department stores. Indy was sent this  ...

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La Petite Armoire // Bear-rilliant Baby Wear

I’m obsessed with anything bear-related at the moment! Obsessed I tell ye! There’s just something ridiculously adorable about putting Indy (who we now call H-Bear at home) in clothes with bear ears… He looks scrumptious in them. It’s so apt for him too, as while in the midst of labouring him, I felt between my legs and discovered a whole head of hair, which I thought was a bear! Ah child birth really sends you a bit crazy…! Thankfully the entire  ...

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What Busby and Indy Wore // Bobux Shoes

A few weeks ago I was chatting to my blogging chum Gemma (of Sugar & Rhubarb) about our latest splurges on children’s clothing when she mentioned she was about to pop over to the Bobux website and buy her gorgeous girls some shoes. I’d not heard of Bobux before and consequently spent a good half an hour ogling shoes. The lovely folk at Bobux saw our conversation on Twitter and offered to send the children some shoes from their amazing collection. Where do I begin? The Bobux  ...

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