The good, the bad and the ugly: Stylist Live 2017 Review

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Stylist Live 2017 Review

Three days filled with fashion, style, beauty, hair, food, drink, talks, workshops, pink gin and fun, the Stylist Live 2017 event was bigger and badder than ever before! It was my first time attending and all I can say is… it did not disappoint!

I will be back next year for sure. 🙂

I won Bronze tickets to Stylist Live via an Instagram giveaway hosted by aromatherapy products company, Scentered (@iamscentered) – thanks guys! Be sure to check them out as their products are amazing and I will be purchasing their Escape Therapy Balm which smelt amazing. That’s my fave but I also like the rose-scented Love balm and the minty Be Happy balm. As it’s a therapy balm is in a stick form, it just needs to be rubbed onto pulse points so it should last a while.

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Stylist Live 2017 Review
Source: The Standard

So here’s my review of Stylist Live 2017 at Olympia (I visited on Saturday and had the Bronze entry ticket)…

THE GOOD

What I liked..

The atmosphere
even though it was really busy it still felt spacious enough to move around most of the time. The only time it felt a little cramped was between the aisles of stands – if there was a big crowd of people it was a little hard to navigate through. The event was indeed family friendly but not buggy friendly. There are lifts and stuff but the place gets so packed bringing a pram would be chaotic. I think bringing older children is fine but leave the little ones at home for this event… plus, you don’t want your bubba(s) to spoil your kiddy-free time do you?

The talks/workshops
There were 4 stages with funky, empowering names (GROW, LEAD, SPARK, THRIVE) and sessions scheduled throughout the day. Most of the good talks were in the morning but as I got there in the afternoon, I missed most of the ones I wanted to watch.

However I managed to catch the 4.30pm workshop/talk with speakers, Clara Amfo and Reni Eddo-Lodge on “How to be Brave: Speaking up against racism”. As the mother of mixed-heritage children, I know that my bubbas might experience some form of racism in their years growing up. Learning how to address it, handle it and rise above it is extremely important. Reni made a remark that left me thinking hard “if you’re not white, you can’t afford to be colour blind”. I wasn’t sure what to make of it – whether or not I agreed with her statement but deep down something told me she was 100% spot on. As a woman of colour myself, you can’t be ignorant and believe that racism doesn’t exist because it does. Sometimes in the mildest, tolerable form but it is still there. It was definitely a ‘food for thought’ kind of talk and I loved it.

The brands
There were sooo many brands to see and a lot of them were offering freebies. Gordon’s Gin gave everyone a free drink upon arrival. Diet Coke was handed out quicker than you could say low-calorie and sugar-free. Babyliss and Remmington were doing free hair styling. There were loads of brands; from natural food brands like Hippea to stylish lifestyle brands like Ella Iconic, and of course plenty hair and beauty brands.

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Stylist Live 2017 Review
One of the best workshops at Stylist Live 2017 / Source: Stylist Live

The Bad

What I didn’t like…

The crowds
I know I shouldn’t really complain about crowds and to be fair, the event was managed really well however sometimes I couldn’t help but feel claustrophobic. Especially when I was down the shopping stands, those aisles felt tiny and I’m a petite girl!

The queues
This is another to be expected but still… I am buggered that I wasn’t able to get the chance to have my hair styled. Booo! There was around 4-5 different hair brands that were providing styling services but the queues were so long, it was crazy.

No goody bags (for bronze ticket holders)
I know it’s good to be exclusive but only allowing VIP ticket holders to purchase goody bags is a downer. I really wanted one and have the goody bags available as an add-on option would’ve been amazeballs as I really wanted one.

The Ugly

What I thought needs improving for next year…

The food choices
The food was yummy but there wasn’t enough choice to pick from – there was a few cafe bars on the ground floor and upstairs there were a few more eateries however it would’ve have been nice to have a dedicated food area for eating and getting refreshments. I love matcha lattes and not one food place in there served it, for a food-conscious I did expect more healthy food brands to be there. If Farm Girl could be there next year, I would like a little kid on a sugar rush – I love them!

Better microphones for talks
For most of the workshops, I was able to hear the host(s) clearly however I remember there was a workshop I attended and couldn’t hear a word the host and her guests were saying which was disappointing. I wasn’t even that far away and I think a few other people also had trouble hearing. Because of the bad sound quality, I gave up with listening and wandered off in search of other things – and I’m sure some others did the same.

Give us cheapies a goody bag!
Yep, I’ve included this one here because I really feel like everyone should’ve been entitled to the chance to upgrade their tickets with add-ons like a goody bag. It was possible to upgrade my bronze ticket with a manicure so why not a goody bag? Even if it was just a simple one, it would be nice to have the chance to buy one.

And that’s it!

I really enjoyed Stylist Live 2017 and will definitely be making my way back to Olympia for it next year. I hope they can out-do themselves too because this year was really spectacular! If you attended this year, let me know what your thoughts were below… I leave you with our cool Google Pixel 2 photo we took at the event. 🙂

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Stylist Live 2017 review
Having fun at the Google Pixel stand at Stylist Live 2017

You can check out @StylistLive on Instagram here

Mothercare Greenwich: New store celebrates with #Welcometotheclub launch event

The Greenwich Mummy Blogger | London Family and Lifestyle Blog

At the beginning of November to launch the new opening of the Mothercare Greenwich store which is based over at the Brocklebank retail park in Charlton (near to the Wickes Charlton store for you locals), the big parenting brand partnered with a team of top parenting experts, including Zoe De Pass of @DressLikeaMum, to host an exciting interactive evening, offering honest advice and tips to expectant parents.

It was a brilliant event and a shame as I wasn’t able to make it because everyone looked like they had loads of fun! Those who attended received personal shopping experiences, exclusive discounts on top of the special workshops and talks hosted by parenting experts.

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Mothercare Greenwich Parenting Event
Photo by @Dresslikeamum / Instagram

Hosts from the night…

Zoe De Pass – trendy mummy, influencer and fashion blogger
Zoe is known for her fantastic taste in mum-friendly attire that is super stylish. I love looking at her instagram page for style inspo. At the event she spoke about how maternity style can be done without compromise. The mother of two and fashion blogger is on a mission to challenge misconceptions of dressing like a mum. Zoe also introduced her picks from Mothercare’s capsule collection, THE EDIT, which includes trend-led separates and dresses that can be mixed and matched to offer fashionable yet comfortable solutions to dressing during pregnancy and nursing. It’s great that there’s now a wide range of stylish maternity wear to choose from.

Beth Kitt – midwife and parenting book author
New parent myths like baby brain were dispelled by midwife and author Beth Kitt. Curious parents-to-be could ask as many questions about parenting and parenthood to their heart’s content. With years of experience in midwifery, Beth shared her invaluable tips on pregnancy and surviving the first few weeks with a new baby. She is the author of the book, ‘The Bump to Baby Chapter’.

Liz Day – parenting consultant
Liz talked about the ultimate hospital bag checklist to prepare expectant parents for labour, birth and the first few hours with a newborn. From nursing bras and birthing plans, to headphones for labour playlists, and cotton nightwear to stay cool. This is one talk that I would highly recommend to all new parents. When I was a first time mum, I never got the chance to attend these kind of events (I’d always missed them ironically) but my BabyCentre forum helped me out a lot! A lot of the mums on there were 2nd time mums so they gave me a great insight on what’s essential to bring and what’s not too important.

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Mothercare Greenwich #welcometotheclub Launch Event
Zoe shows us one of her fave picks / Photo by Mothercare
The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Mothercare Greenwich #welcometotheclub Launch Event
Photo by Mothercare

So as you can see, attendees were treated to a night filled with fabulous people and information. With the event being a great turnout, Mothercare Greenwich has already lined up their next store event. On Sunday 10th December (10:30am-12:30pm) they will be hosting their Expectant Parent event – you can reserve your free space at Mothercare Greenwich here.

The Expectant Parent Event will be running from December 3-10 2017 at Mothercare stores around the UK. You can find your nearest participating store in the link at the bottom of this post. It’s a free event but you have to reserve your space. The event will include car safety and car seat fitting advice, the latest sleep safety advice (very important as sometimes this changes year to year following new research), pushchair and pram choices, and even baby and child first aid however this is at selected stores only.

On their website, you can also join their MyMothercare club to get email notifications of when they have new events, invitations to exclusive events, special discounts including money off-vouchers, be the first to know about their sales and much more. I’m a part of the MyMothercare club and I love it.

(featured image – photo credit: James Graham/Linkedin)


For more info about the brand’s expectant parent event and your nearest participating store:  https://www.mothercare.com/advice-buying-guides-and-services/services/expectant-parent-event/services-ms-parent-event.html

Mumsnet & No7 on returning to work with confidence

Last Monday was the last day of my maternity leave and the day I attended a wonderful panel discussion held by Boots beauty brand, No.7 and Mumsnet.

Our panel consisted of working mums from different walks of life; a model, a vlogger, and two career columnists all brought together by one lady. Carrie Longton, co-founder of Mumsnet led the panel discussions and spoke about many issues women face in the workplace such as gender equality, flexible working (what it really means), work-life balance, and how to feel more confident returning to the workplace. It was an eye-opener – women have to still fight for basic gender equality rights, flexible working, and even job security.

Our panel: The Step Up Club duo, Jade Parfitt, Mother Pukka and Carrie Longton

I haven’t gone back to my old workplace – as much as I love it, it no longer fits well with my family of four. As LO is only in nursery 3hrs a day, it would be pointless for me to put him and Baby Girl in childcare for the whole day when Daddy P is at home and available. Daddy P is a stay at home dad which works for us. He is amazing and I really can’t ask for anyone better. PS he’s a much better parent than I am but that’s between you, me and this blog! 🙂 Continue reading “Mumsnet & No7 on returning to work with confidence”

Review: Meditation & Sound Healing therapy in Greenwich

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Meditation & Sound Healing Review

The Greemwich Mummy Blog | Meditation & Sound Healing Review

I am loving my fitness journey! I can see my body changing slowly and I am loving the effects of eating healthier; it’s made a great impact on my skin, hair (even though I’m still experiencing postpartum hairloss) and energy level. Being a parent can be really stressful – actually it is VERY stressful – but some of us are just better at managing the stress than others. I used to be so chilled when it came to parenting when it was just LO but with Baby Girl now in the picture, I find that I am a lot more stressed, have zero patience, constantly anxious and feel like I can’t shut off properly because every five minutes one of them is crying (screaming) or the house needs tidying… again for the tenth time.

Being away in the morning for my fitness classes really gives me that ‘time out’ that I need to keep myself sane and I really love it. So when Kalie (@pyschicladykay) sent me an email to let me know about a meditation and sound healing taster session she was doing last week I could only say yes. Time out to meditate and heal? Why would I ever try to decline that offer? I’ve only ever touched on meditation in yoga class and through my BeCalm mindfulness app but it can be so hard to switch off and meditate properly with so much going around. I was excited to see what Kalie’s taster session was going to offer. Continue reading “Review: Meditation & Sound Healing therapy in Greenwich”

End FOMO and start GOMO with Eventbrite

The Greenwich Mummy Blog - GOMO with Eventbrite

Lesson #1

FOMO (abbrv.) Fear Of Missing Out

GOMO (abbrv.) = Going Out More Often

So many abbreviations to remember!

YOLO… GOMO… FOMO… MOFO… 🙂 But GOMO (Going Out More Often) is a new one that I really like.

Last month was the summer holidays and that’s when most people are out and about with their kids and just enjoying life but it’s not really a time to go out for me. Since I started my fitness journey, I have had loads more energy and have come across so many health events last month and for the months ahead on my Eventbrite app.

If you’ve never used Eventbrite before or don’t know what it is, it’s an online events planning platform and app (available on iphones and androids) – a bit like Wahanda, now known as Treatwell, but is for anything related to events. You can find everything from gigs to Knitting workshop to health retreats and business expos. You can even host your own events and post it online which can be seen on their website and app.

In August, I came across HealthFest London 2016 on Eventbrite which was a real eye-opener for me. At HealthFest I was able to get my body fat percentage measured as well as my BMI calculated, my blood glucose level and blood pressure checked and more. It was the start of my GOMO quest. Continue reading “End FOMO and start GOMO with Eventbrite”

Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning: Vegan Coconut Matcha Tart Recipe

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Macmillan World's Biggest Coffee Morning

It’s now under two weeks away until the Macmillan Big Coffee Morning! I love baking but since changing my diet and adopting a healthier lifestyle I have pretty much given up on scoffing cakes and pastries. Don’t get me wrong I will still indulge every now and then but it would be a very small treat as I am cutting down on sugars and carbs. This is because I have had gestational diabetes in both pregnancies meaning that my chances of getting Type II diabetes later on is very high.

Last week I was invited to attend an exclusive baking masterclass held by the Macmillan Cancer Support. I was so excited to attend but unfortunately, when it came to the actual day of the masterclass my childcare fell through and I wasn’t able to find anyone else at the last minute and had to forfeit my attendance. Continue reading “Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning: Vegan Coconut Matcha Tart Recipe”

Free things to do in Greenwich during the Summer Holidays

Everybody loves a freebie and when you’re strapped for cash, free things to do can become the best way to treat the family to a lovely day out without spending a penny. Here are a few of my favourite (free) things to do in Greenwich over the summer holidays…

Greenwich Peninsula

The Peoples Brick Company and architecture firm Something & Son have commissioned a one-of-a-kind installation at the NOW gallery that encourages visitors to get involved and participate in quarrying clay and moulding your own brick. If you want to take part, pop along to the NOW gallery at the weekend and get your hands dirty. All of the bricks made will be mass-fired on September 17th and then will be used to build a permanent folly which will stand at Greenwich Peninsula. Continue reading “Free things to do in Greenwich during the Summer Holidays”

Mummy’s day out to The Blackheath Foodies Festival

A couple of weeks back I took LO and Baby Girl out to Blackheath to see the wonderful Foodies Festival. The festival was held on the green for three days (July 8th-10th) and I had only discovered it by chance on Thursday night.

There was a Twitter competition from Mummy’s Gin Fund – in order to win a VIP ticket for the whole weekend I had to follow the social media accounts and RT the twitter post which I did. I never in a million years thought I would win – I never win anything! So when I received a notification from Mummy’s Gin Fund tagging me as a winner I was thrilled to bits. I took to FB to announce my winnings only to discover a good friend of mine was also popping along to the event which was fantastic news as it meant I had someone to go with. Continue reading “Mummy’s day out to The Blackheath Foodies Festival”

Cbeebies Nick Butterworth & Q Pootle 5 at the Royal Observatory Greenwich

The Greenwich Mummy - Q Pootle 5

On Tuesday 26th July 2016, Cbeebies Nick Butterworth and his alien Q Pootle 5 will be at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich hosting a special event called ‘Holiday to Space with Q Pootle 5‘. The Cbeebies author, producer and illustrator will be performing an interactive story-telling complete with live illustrations and hosting a special craft activity for the children.

On the day

The day will kick off at 10am when all of the children will be watching episodes of the hit Cbeebies series under the starry morning planetarium. Nick Butterworth will then present his interactive show and read from his latest book. The morning is rounded off with a wonderful craft activity for the kids. Visitors will also get the chance to explore Royal Greenwich Observatory’s giant Moon map and craft lunar landers to land on it.

From 12pm to 1pm Nick will be book-signing so make sure you bring along your Q Pootle 5 book (which is what I’m going to do) or purchase one on the day from the Astronomy Centre shop to get a lovely signature from Nick and make the day extra special. Continue reading “Cbeebies Nick Butterworth & Q Pootle 5 at the Royal Observatory Greenwich”

The Urban Village Fete at Greenwich Peninsula Returns!

Urban Village Fete at Greenwich Peninsula Returns | The Greenwich Mummy

Gilles Peterson Urban Village Fete 1
Live music at the Urban Village Fete 2015 [Photo Credit: LauraJaneDale/Knight Dragon]
Summer is a brilliant time to visit Greenwich as there is always something happening. Whether it’s an event for families or a lovely street parade, it’s a great excuse to get out of the house and visit. Last year saw the launch of the Greenwich Peninsula’s Urban Village Fete. The turnout was amazing; with over 10,000 people attending the fabulous (and not to mention, free!) event was a big, big hit. The organisers of the fair contacted me earlier this month to let me know that the event will be making a comeback this year and it got me all excited I had to write a little post about it. 🙂

Save the date!
The Urban Village Fete will be coming back and is set to be bigger and better than last year. The date to add to your diary this year is Sunday 15th May 2016. The event will be on for the whole day from 12 noon until 7pm so there’ll be plenty of time for you to pop along throughout the day. There will be lots of things to do for everyone all day too.

A day out for everyone
No matter what your interests are, the Urban Village Fete will have you covered. It is an event that’s designed to appeal to families, foodies, shopaholics, creatives and crafties, and music lovers alike. There will be will be art workshops available, a brilliant range food and drink stalls to sample from, plenty of things to do for kids, coupled with live music, performances and entertainment.

If you fancy a spot of shopping, there will be a whole host of wonderfully unique gifts and items on sale from local artists and upcoming designers.

A date for your diary…
Sunday 15th May 2016 – don’t miss it!

Photos from last year
Here are some amazing photos from last year’s event for you to feast your eyes upon. I’m sure it’ll get you excited to come along on May 15th . 🙂

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Countdown: a month away…
Baby girl will be due on May 13th so I don’t think I will be able to attend which I am gutted about as it looks absolutely fantastic. Hopefully, baby will arrive earlier (LO was 5 days early) so I can pop down to the fete as it’s only a stone-throw away from home and would be fantastic for LO to visit. Maybe as a last resort Daddy P can take LO along for a fun day out. Let’s hope we’ll be blessed with lovely weather on the day too!


For more info on the Urban Village Fete 2016, just visit their website:
http://urbanvillagefete.co.uk/about/

*NB. I worked with the Urban Village Fete to promote this free local event. All words and opinions are my own. The photos were supplied to me by the PR team and the images have been credited respectively.

The Big Write 2016: Magical storytelling with Michael Rosen and Chris Riddell

“A Great Big Cuddle” book reading with Michael Rosen & Chris Ridell | The Greenwich Mummy
“A Great Big Cuddle” book reading with Michael Rosen & Chris Ridell | The Greenwich Mummy
Photo Credit: Google

Last Saturday I took LO to one of special events organised by Stratford’s Discover Children’s Story Centre for The Big Write 2016 – a children’s literature festival from March 3rd to 11th. The book reading of “A Great Big Cuddle: Poems for the very young” was performed by the author Michael Rosen and illustrator Chris Riddell.

Michael Rosen is a well-known children’s author and is the curator for The Big Write 2016. One of his popular books, “We’re going on a bear hunt” has been turned into a child-interactive exhibition at Discover. We visited the exhibition a little while back – you can find my review of the day here). Chris Riddell is a well-known children’s illustrator and is this year’s children’s laureate. He has also written various children’s books.

“A Great Big Cuddle” book reading with Michael Rosen & Chris Ridell | The Greenwich Mummy

A magical performance
The pair were absolutely amazing at at their craft. Rosen put on a fantastic performance and really engaged with the children (and at time-to-time, the adults too!) while Riddell entertained us with his funny illustrations. I found it all very magical and slightly surreal to see these two people so close up like this – I’ve never been to a book reading/signing before so didn’t really know what to expect but I am so glad I booked it for myself and LO.

The event held at the Stratford Library and tickets had been on sale on EventBrite and at the Discover Centre via telephone since early February so I was very glad I had still managed to get tickets for it. It started off at around 11am and Rosen read about 4-5 poems from their book, A Great Big Cuddle” while Riddell sketched out characters from the book as the poems were read aloud. Children were encouraged to join in with the rhymes as well as adults. It was great fun!

After the book-reading, the mayor of Stratford made a surprise appearance to thank Discover for all their efforts to make these special events happen and thank Rosen & Riddell for coming. The mayor was even presented with his own sketch by the illustrator at the end of his appearance.

“A Great Big Cuddle” book reading with Michael Rosen & Chris Ridell | The Greenwich Mummy
Chris Riddell crosses out ‘jewellery’ and writes ‘bling’ instead 🙂

Signatures and smiles all around
The book reading was followed by a book signing which was extremely popular. The duo’s books were also on sale so if you didn’t have a book you could purchase one there to have it signed which is what I did for LO. I had been meaning to get him Rosen’s “We’re going on a bear hunt” but never got round to it so now was just the right time. I also picked up a book by Riddell called “Mr. Underbed” so we could have an autograph for both books. The duo’s book “A great big cuddle” was on sale too but it was a heavy book and I wasn’t sure LO would love it as much as the bear hunt one so I didn’t purchase it.

When it was our turn to have our books signed the gentlemen were very patient and happy to sign away. LO even managed to get a lovely photo with the two. You can even see Michael Rosen was having a little play with LO’s dinosaur. 🙂

“A Great Big Cuddle” book reading with Michael Rosen & Chris Ridell | The Greenwich Mummy
It was all smiles and signatures with Michael Rosen (left) & Chris Riddell (right)
“A Great Big Cuddle” book reading with Michael Rosen & Chris Ridell | The Greenwich Mummy
LO’s perfectly signed books – we (well, I) will treasure these for life.

We ended our lovely day with a bus ride home and a reading of both books when we got back home. I asked LO if he enjoyed himself to which he simply replied with a nod of the head and a great big smile!


For more upcoming events at Discover:
http://www.discover.org.uk/whatson

Happy Chinese New Year!

The Greenwich Mummy | Events: Chinese New Year

The Greenwich Mummy | Chinese New Year

(Dates for your diary)

Saturday 13th February

National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
11:00am to 4:00pm (FREE)

http://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/exhibitions-events/chinese-new-year-2016

Sunday 14th February

London Chinatown and Trafalgar Square,
From 10am (FREE)

http://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/chinese-new-year-1

Wednesday 3rd February – Sunday 6th March

Chiswick House & Gardens, W4 2QN
(Click the link below for times & tickets)

http://www.magicallantern.uk/

Mamas & Papas Parents-To-Be Event Returns!

M&P Parents To Be Event

Are you an expecting a little one soon or do you know of anyone who is? If the answer is yes then keep reading or share this post with the expecting parents & let them know about this wonderful event.

Mamas & Papas are holding another special Parents-to-be event across the UK. Its 100% free, all you have to do is visit their website to book your place.

What time and where?

It’s on Sunday 22nd November 2015 (London stores) and there are various other places it’s being held too. Just check the link below for the list of locations and to book your place. It’s from 11:00am and lasts for 2 hours.

http://bespoke.bookingbug.com/mamas-and-papas/index_events.html

What’s going to be there?

Probably the same as the one last summer, I’m guessing there’ll be product demos, tips, discounts on products and much more. It should be a brilliant turn out just like the last one so what are you waiting for? Click the link above to find your nearest participating store and book your free ticket!

About Mamas & Papas 
Mamas & Papas is the leading brand for prams, pushchairs, car seats, cots, highchairs, nursery furniture, bedding and toys. M&P have 37 independent stores and over 100 specially selected stockists in the UK as well as an extensive online store to shop from.

Click here to visit the M&P website

– x –

Mamas & Papas Parents To Be Event: August 2015

M&P Parents To Be Event

M&P Parents To Be Event

Are you an expecting mother or father? Or you know of anyone who is then share this post and let them know about this wonderful event. I came across it in my email as I’m subscribed to the Mamas & Papas newsletter and they are holding a special Parents-to-be event across the UK. Its 100% free, all you have to do is visit their website to book your place.

Hurry though as most London venues are already fully booked (Westfield Stratford City & Westfield White City) but there are still some places left at other venues.

What time and where?

It’s on Sunday 16th August and there are various places it’s being held, check the link below for the list and to book your place. It’s from 10:00am til 12:00pm noon so best to arrive on time to get the best experience.

http://www.mamasandpapas.com/store-events/parents-to-be-event/1

What’s going to be there?

There’ll be product demos, tips from healthcare professionals and even first-aid advice from the Red Cross. It should be a brilliant turn out so you’ll have a chance to speak to other parents-to-be and new parents and maybe even make a few new mummy/daddy friends! 🙂

You’ll also receive a free goody bag (while stocks last) and there will be drinks and nibbles upon arrival – just fab!

I’m not expecting another baby any time soon and LO is a little too old for me to get any benefits from this event but it was such a fabulous thing to see in my email, I just had to share with you all… plus it’s on LO’s bday so I will be busy planning his day to attend!

About Mamas & Papas 
Mamas & Papas is the leading brand for prams, pushchairs, car seats, cots, highchairs, nursery furniture, bedding and toys. M&P have 37 independent stores and over 100 specially selected stockists in the UK as well as an extensive online store to shop from.

www.mamasandpapas.com

Manny | The Greenwich Mummy Signature