I was invited to take a look at the Kiddicare website and choose some items to review. Established in 1974, it is the UK’s leading online nursery retailer. I always have a mental list of things the children need and was really pleased when I sat down to browse the Kiddicare website to find everything I needed!
We needed a small step so the toddler could easily access the kitchen sink. We found the BabyBjorn Safe Step which has rubber feet and a rubber mat so it’s non-slip. It allows the toddler to reach the sink to wash his hands, but he’s also used it as a tunnel for his trains, and moves it into the lounge so he can look out the window and wait for daddy to come home!
We had also been looking around for a night light for the 8 month old. She’s currently in our room and we wanted something to help us see without putting the main light when we go in to see her. I saw the adorable Brother Max Bear Carry & Hang Nightlight in a magazine and knew this was the one for her. It has a lovely soft glow and can be set to a choice of single colours or a gradual colour change and stays cold to touch. I love it and I think Little Sis does too, she also uses it as a handy teether!
Kiddicare sell cots and nursery furniture, prams, car seats, high chairs, feeding equipment, and most importantly, toys. Little Sis has been surviving on hand-me-down toys from her brother but now has the Leapfrog Little Learning Home and Big Brother was spoilt with the retro-tastic Mr Potato Head.
Kiddicare pride themselves on next day delivery and 1 hour delivery slots, they price match, and there’s a handy iPhone app too. I enjoy buying online but for those who like to see the items before they buy apparently Kiddicare will be moving offline by opening 10 new stores soon! What’s not to like?
Disclosure – I was allowed to choose some items to review free of charge for the purpose of this review.