The many uses of a Liewood smock bib: meals, arts and craft, water play
Anyone with a messy toddler knows what fun it is trying to keep them clean. From the dining table to the playground, there’s smudges and muck galore.
Which is why we love the Liewood smock bib when it comes to all things mess.
The Liewood smock bib is a 100% silicone long sleeve bib – it’s a feeding smock, come art smock, come ‘anytime crayons/glitter/ice cream comes near your little one’ smock. And its versatility is what makes it such an allrounder.
From the moment they are born, our babies are constantly learning – and teaching us a thing or two! But perhaps the biggest learning curve for parents and babies comes when you open the floodgates to food.
Whatever path you choose to take – whether it’s a traditional puree method, baby led weaning (BLW) or a mixture of both – as mothers ourselves, we’ve been there. And we want to arm you with the best information possible.
We’ve laid out what you need for a happy and successful start to solids with your little one – advice, foods and the perfect Nordlife products included!
What do you get when you put a baby, a high chair and a bowl of pumpkin puree in a room? One messy (likely orange) baby that’s what! Bad jokes aside, meal times can be chaos when it comes to our little mess makers.
Luckily, Nordlife has you covered (quite literally) with our beautiful and functional range of Liewood Smock Bibs.
Made from 100% recycled polyester, these smocks are the ultimate must-have for protecting little people from big messes. They’re waterproof, long sleeved and include a sneaky catch-all pocket.
When cleaning the pacifier, just follow these three simple steps:
1) Put the pacifiers in a clean bowl. Pour them with boiling water.
2) Let the pacifiers soak for approx. 5 min.
3) Pick them up and let them dry on a clean towel.
You may be on autopilot when you reach for your morning coffee but for our little ones, drinking from a cup is a whole new adventure!
Lucky for you, Nordlife stocks Liewood’s superior range of silicone baby cups to suit kids big and small. The best part? All Liewood silicone is BPA free, food grade and microwave, dishwasher, oven and freezer safe.
But where to start! From sippy spouts to open cups, the world of starting solids and drinks can be daunting enough. Read on below for our comprehensive breakdown to find the one (or all four) best suited to your family.
We’ve all tried sneaking vegetables into our kids’ Bolognese (not always successfully). But it isn’t just the foods our families eat that’s important – it’s the plates and bowls they eat it off too.
With awareness for sustainable products on the rise, Nordlife is excited to announce that our bestselling brand Liewood has created a new generation of tableware made entirely from PLA or ‘bioplastics’.
We love kids’ silicone tableware for so many reasons – it’s non-toxic, dishwasher-safe, and virtually indestructible (aka toddler-proof). High quality silicone tableware can last for years, but when used for more pungent foods like onions and garlic, you might notice some lingering scents over time.
Wondering how to properly “deep clean” your silicone tableware and remove those pesky odours? You’re not alone! It’s a common practice in commercial kitchens to regularly “bake” their silicone spatulas to remove any smells of garlic, strong marinades, onions and sometimes even the dishwashing detergent.
Whether your little one is about to begin daycare, another school year or just has an affinity for bringing their entire playroom along on an outing, a great backpack is key. But before ‘adding to cart’, consider these things:
- Climate and clothing: from Far North Queensland to the Tassie Coast, Australia’s climate varies massively – as will your child’s wardrobe. Think about whether you’ll need to pack a few extra layers, or just a lightweight change of clothes for daycare.
Struggling with squeezing the plastic lid of your wet wipe pack through the opening of the Liewood wet wipe cover?
Use this cool trick instead:
– pop the wet wipe pack in the Liewood cover upside down – i.e with the lid facing the bottom
– Use a knife to cut an opening into your pack of wet wipes through the top of the cover
And that’s it! Now you can use your wet wipe cover both ways – pull the wipes out seamlessly from the top or use the bottom lid to use the pack in the traditional way.
Today we’d like you to introduce you to Youla, the blogger & Instagrammer also known as Belle Abode – a mother of 3, a home decor enthusiast & an nursery organiser extraordinaire!
Everything in Youla’s home exudes Hamptons and the room for her third baby is no different. For Little Miss A’s room Youla chose some products from our range and today, we are happy to share the final outcome with you.
The main design direction Youla wanted to take with this nursery besides being Hamptons inspired, was to create a space that is whimsical, white and very girly.