Christmas Gift Guide 2013: Part 1
It’s only September and yet Ihave already found myself thinking about Christmas and what gifts I will buy our girls. In the run up to Christmas, we will be featuring some of our favourite online shops and their products to help show you some of their fabulous products. First up is Beebies Baby Store, who have a wonderful range of different products available. You’ll be sure to find some fantastic gifts for Christmas from them. One of the fabulous products that you can find at Beebies Baby Store is the Koo-di pop up tent which is available to buy here. The Koo-di pop up tent is ideal if you are staying away with baby over the Christmas season. They come in three colours (more will be added to the website soon).
This pop up travel bubble cot is just £56.99 and is most suitable for use from 6 months to approximately 18 months and when outgrown it makes an ideal playhouse for little ones. It is a comfortable cot which is ideal for use at home while baby rests during the day, out and about, on holidays or weekends away. It weighs less than 2.2kgs and is quick and easy to use. It measures L100 x W60 x H69cm when assembled. It folds easily into a compact carry bag measuring L60 x W30 x H18cm and it’s made from polycotton and comes complete with padded mattress and integrated zip-up mosquito net.
About Beebies Baby Store
Beebies was born in June 2011. I was studying for my A Levels, and my boyfriend’s family who are much older than me, all began to have babies – and therefore the invites to numerous Baby Showers came flooding in.
As a 17 year old on a weekend wage, I really struggled to find gifts that were practical, pretty & affordable all at the same time. I’ve never really been one to give a ‘thoughtless’ gift and I wasn’t about to change that. So I put together gift baskets filled with useful baby essentials. They caused quite a stir and so I decided to try and start a business out of them, promising to offer pretty, practical & affordable baby gifts. I put together a make shift website and ticked happily along for about a year, selling to friends and family and the odd contact I had met through the Kent Foundation – a charity based in Kent supporting young entrepreneurs who awarded me with the ‘Peer Award’ for the business people felt had the most potential.
With the help from bloggers, Jennie Henley, Twin Mummy and ‘business friends’ I was given the confidence to strive for bigger things. And so Beebies developed into the One Stop Baby Shop, still with carefully selected products to satisfy every budget and need of parents, that you see before you now.
As the business grew, teachers, parents etc expressed their concerns that I wasn’t concentrating hard enough on school work, and that without going to university I would leave school with no back up, no fundamental ‘qualification’. I’m 19, with a full set of GCSE’s and good A Level results, working full time at an Estate Agents as an administrator while I continue to make Beebies Baby Store the success I know it will be.
To visit Beebies Baby Store, please click here. You can also find them on Twitter here and Facebook here.
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