My current top 5 favourite baby products [collaboration with Sophie Jarvis]

I have teamed up with the beautiful Sophie Jarvis and her gorgeous daughter to tell you all our top 5 favourite baby/toddler products. I will be writing my favourite baby products and Sophie will tell you her favourite toddler products that she uses for daughter Liberty. 

The things I have chosen to talk to you about are the ones that I have been using the most recently and it just so happens that I have used some from birth too. 

My Top 5 Baby Products:

Ewan the dream sheep

This sheep is literally a god send, I was brought the sound machine for Christmas from my auntie and Lennon fell in love. He has always settled straight away when playing the rain button. There is four different sounds to listen to but the rain settles him the quickest. As Lennon loved it so much I brought him the Blankie version when he had his jabs as I felt super bad. He snuggles it all the time and now wont sleep without both of his Ewan’s with him. 

Perfect Prep machine 

This machine has been amazing! You can make a bottle to the perfect temperature and it only takes seconds. It was one of the first things I brought when I was pregnant as my brother had it for my nephew and I knew it was a game changer. I was using Tommee Tippee bottles at first but Lennon drinks so quickly and he was struggling to bring his wind up so I changed to Dr.Browns bottles and saw a massive change in him. Just because it is a Tommee Tippee machine doesn’t mean you have to use the bottles, you can use any you like. I also love the colour range you can get, and I think they have a newer version too.

Mamas & Papas chair 

This is one of our newest products and probably one we use the most at the moment as he seems to always be eating. My friend got me it from a charity shop for £6! How amazing is that, I was planning on buying one anyway so she saved me a lot of money. The chair is super easy to clean, the tray can be taken on and off and Lennon seems to be comfy in it (he even fell asleep). I have even taken this to places with me as it’s really easy to travel with, in the second picture we were at my Nan’s for dinner. 

Nursing pillow

I have had this since Lennon was born and we have used it soo much. The pillow is super soft, you can wash the cover and so easy to move around. Lennon has always been able to sleep in it for a long amount of time, I use it to prop him up on the sofa or the floor. I have to be a bit more careful now though as he is rolling so if he is on the sofa I have to stay with him at all times. I think I will be keeping this for if I have any more babies. 

Sleepyhead Deluxe

Another product I have used since he was newborn, I have seen a lot of people love these and I personally think it was the thing that helped him sleep through from 3 weeks old. I used to lay him on his belly in it as Me and his Dad love laying on our bellys. He then grew out of the sleepyhead on his belly so I took the pillow out and put it under the sheet so it mimicked the sleepyhead grand (I have a blog post about my best mum tricks). He still slept so well but then decided he wanted to be on his belly so he is back in the pillow normally now. This pillow is also easy to move around although I don’t move this as much as I do the nursing pillow. 


Sophie Jarvis

Head over to Sophie’s blog to read what her top 5 favourite toddler products are right now. 

Instagram:@mamasophiejarvis

Blog:www.2honestmums.wordpress.com

Thank you for reading, Don’t forget to like, subscribe & follow. 

Jade x  

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