MMM: Cute things I have found this month for the kids

There are so many lovely things out there that I bookmark and keep track of, so rather than do lots of separate posts I thought I’d combine four of my current favourites for a ‘things I like’ special.

So here we are.

Jammies Prêt-à-Porter pyjamas in a jar and the IKEA SKYLTA cardboard shop
Jammies Prêt-à-Porter pyjamas in a jar and the Ikea SKYLTA cardboard shop


1. These Jammies Prêt-à-Porter pyjamas in a jar are seriously cute. Created by brother and sister duo Meryl and Brian, the luxury kids loungewear brand is based on an idea their dad used to do back in the 80’s. When friends had babies, he would package a pair of pyjamas in a jar as a gift. Meryl and Brian both have fashion backgrounds and set up Jammies – which, I have to say, are some of the chicest onesies and two-piece baby wear sets I have seen. Based in NYC, they do ship internationally for $18. A really cute present idea.

2. There are so many lovely wooden shops available, at a price, so it’s great to see good old Ikea have come up with their own cardboard version. And at a tenner, this will give the kids months of fun without any burden on your purse.

Roxy Marj Design full size colour-in posters and alphabet ribbon from Pilosale
Roxy Marj Design full size colour-in posters and alphabet ribbon from Pilosale


3. Keep them amused for hours with these Roxy Marj Designs colour-in posters. You get a set of four (your own choice) in size 36′ x 48.

4. As regular readers may know, I love all things stationary / wrapping related so this unbleached cotton ribbon by Pilosale with its repeating alphabet print is just up my street. Imagine it on plain brown Kraft paper or even on a plain neon. Yum.

  • Comments ( 2 )

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    Alison, Not Another Mummy Blog

    Brilliant selection, Erica. I saw the IKEA shop front too, and my two-year old would LOVE it, but suspect after ten minutes of play, it would be destroyed. £10 is a great price but I’d be interested to see how sturdy it is.

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    I literally went and sent my sister to buy the IKEA shop today (she happened to be going that way..) – thanks Erica! Great post as usual.
    I think what’s great about it being cardboard means we .. I mean.. my 3 year old, can decorate/colour in the shop front ready for the grand opening…! 🙂 x

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