at Brisbane, Brisbane, 4012 Australia
We are an Australian owned family business that has been operating since August 2010. We understand the needs, wants and desires of families who are either starting new or having a second or third child as we were in the same position as yourself 2 years ago with our now 19 month old son. That is why we sourced the globe to find the absolute BEST quality baby furniture at the absolute BEST possible price. We are also only online which we have done on purpose to keep the costs as low as possible so you can reap the benefits of getting a FANTASTIC nursery set at a FANTASTIC price. Our son was born on the 7th of December 2010 and it was during this wonderful time of becoming parents that we saw the opportunity to help others by providing FANTASTIC products at a FANTASTIC price that each and every family can afford. We take great pride and pleasure in knowing that we are helping families where they need it most when first starting to purchase all the necessary items for baby. We believe and trust in our products so much that we use these products ourselves since birth for our own 19 month old son so these items have been personally tried and tested by ourselves. We have an Australian Business Number (ABN) and registered business in Queensland.
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We are pleased to say that we have a new showroom that is now open. Shop 3/7 Main Street, Samford Valley, QLD, 4520. Opening hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Tucked away in the back corner next to home hardware.
Just a quick announcement to let you know that the wardrobes have now been reduced for a short time only to $399 each (where $499).
We are very happy to announce that the wardrobes are now for sale on both our Australian and New Zealand websites. :)
Our new phone number for NZ is 09 889 8118 (local call) and can be contacted (NZ TIME) between 11am and 7pm.
When you become a new mum life can become hectic, you have to adapt to time constraints and use your time wisely.
No doubt it can take some time to getting use to but that is what mums do best, we get on with the task and make sure the job gets done.
Moving home is difficult enough as it is so you won’t want to leave this until moving week, you’ll have to prioritise and set some time aside to make it as less stressful as possible and all that starts with organizing to make your move as smooth as it can.
What most mums realise shortly after their first child is if the house adequate for a growing family.
Organizing and Preparation
You know where you are moving to and there seems to be plenty of time between now and the moving date, that’s great but it is no time to slack off.
Work around your baby’s schedule and take the time to catch up on your sleep while he or she has her nap.
What we have a tendency to forget is that we are moving the family and that involves safely caring for your baby during the move.
Regular moving companies are able to move most of your belongings in a truck but if you have several cars, motorbikes or caravans that need to be moved, you may need to look at car transport and other alternatives for these larger items.
Moving can be a smooth transition, however taking care of your baby whilst making time to pack and relocate can be more challenging.
By prioritizing your time, researching for vehicle transport and alternative transport solutions early and putting in a little effort each day can ensure any big relocation job results in positive experience for your family.
There are so many things to think about when becoming a new mum and organizing for your new bundle of joy can quickly add up.
With cot prices ranging from $100 to $1000, it can be a little confusing choosing the right cot to fit your family’s needs.
Buying a cot is probably the single most essential piece of furniture your baby needs, it provides security for your baby, somewhere that is safe from harm, comfort for your knowing your baby won’t fall and hurt themselves and also provides a sanctuary for a healthy sleeping habit.
Considering your baby will be in the cot from early months until its toddler years, it is worth shopping around and investing in a suitable one that will last.
There are also the options of cot beds to consider which can transform into a small bed when your baby is ready to move on from the cot.
When it comes to buying a cot or cot bed, safety is the most important factor for any parent.
So ensure the cot has a label to meet Australian Standard for Cots (AS/NZS 2172:2003).
Cot beds also make it easier for the child to transition to a toddler bed compared to a standard size bed where it is higher and more difficult for the toddler to get in and out independently.