Top 5 Tips For A Safe & Secure Child Restraint

Choosing and using a child restraint can be a bit tricky sometimes - and we know you’re reluctant to read that enormous (but very helpful) instruction manual (which you should absolutely read by the way!). In New Zealand, it's estimated that over 80% of child restraints are not installed securely. In partnership with InfaSecure, we’ve narrowed down the top 5 tips and tricks to safely securing your child every trip and every day.

Meet Kiri and Lou

The hit New Zealand kids’ TV show, Kiri and Lou, is winning awards and fans around the world and our panel of reviewers is loving it at home too. Not only is it visually beautiful and heartwarming in its messaging, it’s also a lot of fun! Immerse your child (and yourself!) in this adorable show and it will soon become a family favourite.

Matariki | Book Review

When the Matariki cluster rises, each of the nine stars represent the promise of the year ahead. This stunning board book guides our youngest tamariki through the meaning of each star, with simple, evocative words in te reo Māori and English, alongside bold, engaging artwork. Matariki is an accessible introduction to Matariki and basic te reo Māori for tamariki aged 0 to 5 years.

Goodbye Dry, Cracked Hands & Feet – Hello Soft Healthy Skin

Our hands and feet bear the brunt of just living our daily lives. Hands are regularly being washed or used for cleaning and work around the house, while you're on your feet most of the day, simply walking around, working, or exercising. All of this use, along with hot and cold weather, can take a toll on our skin, leading to dry and cracked hands or feet. Find out how you can repair and restore the skin on your hands and feet so they are protected and soft.

DIY Pinecone Superheroes

Supergirl, Superboy, and Superpup to the rescue! The kids will love making their own DIY pinecone hero! They can choose their colours for all of the elements and make their very own hero. Follow the easy step by step instructions.