As parents, you always want the best for your child, and this includes the baby products you buy for them. Family-run online store Thelittleonesinmylife was launched in 2012 by mum-of-three AUDREY WONG and carries a variety of baby essentials, including breastfeeding accessories, play mats and teethers, that are personally sourced by Audrey in Korea. What’s more, she only brings in items that she’s used as a mum before – nothing beats tried-and-tested! Here are four of the store’s top picks to get you started.
Ange Teethers (From $13.90)
Coming in various designs, colours and sizes, these eco-friendly teethers are soft and BPAfree. Cute designs on offer include ice cream, grapes, bananas and even giraffes.
Yelly Cozy Bebe Sound Mat ($299 small, $359 large)
A fun smart-mat option, the Cozy Bebe comes with a cute sound pen, and it sings and talks in six languages. You can choose to get one with alphabets or with the countries of the world. Both come in two sizes: a small version and a large version that can easily be folded up to an eighth of its original size. When not in use, the waterproof mats can be flipped over for a modern striped look.
Haenim 4G UV Steriliser ($499)
This newly launched steriliser come with new turbo dry, smart storage and clean alert functions. Besides using it for baby bottles, teats, cutlery and toys, it’s also great for other items around the house, including wine glasses and even remote controls. Get it in white or grey.
Yelly Mat ($429)
This interactive and educational play mat allows kids to learn in six different languages, including English, Spanish and Mandarin. The surface of the double-sided smart mat is printed with loads of interesting content for young ones, such as animals, numbers, colours and countries of the world. It comes with a smart sound device (shaped as a duck) that kids can touch, causing the map to sing and speak. Durable and waterproof, the mat is well-cushioned and has passed skin irritation tests.
Call 8183 2426 or visit Thelittleonesinmylife online at tlo.com.sg.
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This article first appeared in the October 2019 edition of Expat Living. You can purchase a copy or subscribe so you never miss an issue!