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If you visit our booth at a Baby Show this spring, you may find some of these amazing products in our bags

Mother's Lounge
A pioneer of the modern motherhood industry

With every product we thoughtfully design, and every brand we build, we are committed to showing moms around the world that motherhood can be made functional yet fashionable

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Today's Parent Magazine

Today’s Parent is Canada’s #1 source for parenting content that informs, inspires and builds a sense of community. We help parents celebrate the happy chaos that comes with having a family and remind them that they are not alone. If you have children from birth to ages 9+, you’ll get insightful information for all ages and stages.

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Sudocrem Diaper Cream

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Happy Mums

Sudocrem has been mum’s simple effective ally for over 80 years. We’re the very best at helping to soothe sore skin and treat nappy rash

Did you know that Sudocrem was invented in 1931 by Thomas Smith, a Professor of Pharmacy and a retail pharmacist in Dublin Ireland.

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Chatelaine Magazine

Thought-provoking perspectives and inspired lifestyle solutions

Chatelaine is Canada’s leading women’s media brand bringing together the very best of style, home, food, health and real life stories

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Hi Mom, I'm here

And I'm going to need a lot of stuff!
What you will actually need for baby's homecoming
One-piece outfits (5 to 7): Some of these are basically spiffed-up jammies appropriate for sleeping and playing – and because babies nap so frequently, especially at first, these are very convenient.

Shirts (4 to 7): Look for T-shirts and turtlenecks with plenty of room in the neck, or snaps at the neck, so they slip easily over your child's head. Many parents prefer one-piece styles that snap at the crotch.

Socks and booties: You'll need lots of socks for indoors and some booties to keep baby's feet toasty warm.
Leggings or pull-on pants (5 to 7): Separates allow you to change one piece of dirty clothing without assembling a whole new outfit, so they're useful to have. Look for stretchy waistbands that fit easily over your baby's diaper and belly – and expand as he gains weight.

Pajamas or sleepers (4 to 7): No matter how cute it looks, avoid sleepwear that has complicated snaps or requires lots of effort to get on or off!
Sweater or jacket (1): Most babies don't like having clothes pulled over their head, so warm up your baby with a sweater or jacket that buttons down the front.

Wearable blankets (2 to 3): These fleece or cotton sacks zip over your baby's sleepwear to keep him warm at night. They replace traditional blankets, which aren't safe for sleeping babies because of the risk of SIDS. You may or may not need these, depending on the climate you live in and the season when your baby's born.
Fleecewear or snowsuits: If you have a winter baby, you may want a one-piece fleece suit to keep him warm on outings. They're often hooded and come in many styles. Another option is to avoid bulky snowsuits and slip your baby into a snug, fleece-lined stroller sack (designed to accommodate the harnesses in strollers and car seats).
Babies grow fast - it's good to have a few larger sizes on hand when that next growth spurt occurs.