The Custom Red Striped Stegosaurus Pyjamas from the Natural History Museum Shop have been selected by Gurgle as a top dino look for little ones at bedtime. Be sure to make your little monster feel on trend and super special by adding a personalised touch to create their very own dinosaur name. Roar!
Beep beep! The Train and Track Tape from the Royal Academy of Arts Shop has featured in Gurgle as a sparkling idea to kick-start your Christmas wish list. Let your little train lover bring a train network to life in the house this Christmas.
Bring out the inner palaeontologist in you with the latest Lottie doll from the Natural History Museum shop, as seen in Gurgle. Let your little one discover the world of fossils with Lottie who comes complete with a fossil hunter kit, map and backpack. Time for an adventure!
Gurgle Magazine says the number one way to step out in style with your baby is with the Silver Cross Surf Special Edition Eton Grey. Shouting about its major “luxe factor”, Gurgle loves everything from its on-trend colour and fur seat liner to the practical functions like its lie-flat carrycot, perfectly suitable for overnight sleeping.
Never seen without his bowler hat, the iconic character Mr Benn has starred in children’s books and an animated television series since the 1970s. This month, Gurgle Magazine are shouting about Mr Benn artwork from Art You Grew Up With and we are delighted to see the classic prints selected as its editor’s pick!
If you didn’t know, we are super excited for the first Rockin’ Baby fashion range to launch on August 14th! With five gorgeous themes – Hero, Space, Forest Friends, Circus and Woodland – and with items to fit girls and boys from newborn to age ten, we are beaming with happiness that Gurgle Magazine is shouting about this adorable new range. 11 days to go!
We are delighted to see that parenting magazine Gurgle told its readers all about the musical e-book The Treehouse At Number 9. The Treehouse app tells a rhyming story of the adventures of a group of ‘genies’ – all who have differences in abilities. The app has a Donate button that goes straight to the Genetic Disorders UK site, a charity close to the heart of author Sara Jackson.