Our famous red box. First commissioned by the Governor General and sent to Prince George. Hand styled in the best department store tradition and packed with our selection of fine essentials and irresistible innovations in babywear, toys and accessories. See all Baby Hampers
The Aromatherapy Company's Therapy Baby Nourishing Set is blended with 100% pure and natural essential oils of Lavender to calm and soothe baby. This gift set combines the perfect combination of a natural soap bar, gentle loofah sponge and a diffusion set.
The soap is based on goat's milk, Vitamin E, olive oil and lavender essential oil and when applied with a gentle bamboo loofah will leave baby's skin feeling soft and nourished. The Therapy Baby diffusion set will create a relaxing and delightful smelling aroma, a must for any nursery.
“..this beautiful lacquered box, beautifully wrapped up, so beautiful and so classy. It was on on the windowsill and I remember I could look at the red box and think...there is some beauty to be had."
"The little kisses baby hamper was my favourite gift when Quincy was born. My favourite. Opening that red box to find what was inside was thrilling and exciting and incredibly special."
"I love to send the little kisses box to welcome a dear little baby. It's exciting to choose just the perfect collection of gifts."
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As we enter the second half of the year many families are faced with the tough decision about whether their child is school-ready. I am one of them. Having a June baby (the cut off month) means the child will start Prep aged only four and a half, with children in their class up to 12 months older. Even if your child shows no obvious signs of unreadiness it is difficult to foresee the impact five full days of school will have, the fatigue factor, and the greater expectation that will be placed on your child. You need a crystal ball! Researching the topic actually makes the decision harder as you can find powerful arguments for and against. Listening to...