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Wednesday, 23 May 2012

The Baby Show Birmingham

When i saw that the Baby Show was in Biringham i got a little bee in my bonnet and decided i wanted to go. Not one to be defeated (i admit i would have sulked if i didn't go) i hatched a little plan for operation baby show. Being at least two hours from the NEC, bringing the little men didn't really seem an option plus the logistics of pram, shopping and trains was enough to unsettle me. So with husband looking after the tiny man and the little man with grandma and grandad off i go.

So after a fairly seamless journey i arrive raring to go. Show guide in hand i am a bit like a kid in a toy shop, so many brands under one roof all happy to spend time demonstrating their products.So my plan of attack is a quick waltz round to get my bearings and then i would rerun the fun.

Well easily distracted i spotted the Stokke Xplory summer kit pink pixels so pretty that i had to stop and have a peep.

Back on with the Show and after picking up lots of information it's time to begin with the shopping and take advantage of some of the great Baby Show offers.

After picking up a few bits along the way i had soon collected quite a few bags and realised that i wouldn't be able to fit much more on the train with me, but not to be outdone i compile a shopping list of products; these are a few of my favourites.

The little man loves to bounce and would love the Happy Hopperz. These inflatable animals are similar to space hoppers and a lot more fun, the ears are perfect for grabbing hold of whilst bouncing away. They were definately a hit with the kids on the day. I have my eye on the little Dino...

Happy Hopperz collection

The Pourty potty will be an essential buy when it comes to potty training, this idea is genius making it easier to pour away the contents of a full potty without any splashes.
Pourty Potty
I loved the Trunki stand with pull along ride on suitcases, the Gruffalo being one of my favourites. I also spotted the super little toy boxes which in addition to storing loads of toys can also be used to ride and push along.
Trunki Toy Box

At the Gro company stand i spotted the Gro clock which has been designed to try and help children stay in bed longer. This uses a sun and stars display to signify the time for sleep, the clock also has a digitial time display. The recommended age for this is from 2 years, so will be giving this a go in a few months time if we are still having 5am wakes ups!

Gro Clock

All shopped out and laden down with bags i head back for the train. I spend the journey home looking through all my goodies and nursing my aching arms and legs. The Baby Show is perfect for anyone who is pregnant or has little ones, there are bargains galore.

I will definately be paying a visit to the Manchester Baby Show.

I visited the baby show as a mummy to have a nosey around, these are all products that i feel would be suitable for my little brood.


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