Bonjour lecteurs! Being a parent, you want the best for your little ones at all times. And there are so many products on the market, it is sometimes not that easy to select the right ones, right? So I am always on the lookout for brands to feature on the blog. We love testing all sort of items with Baba and then share with you our opinions. To celebrate the Munchkin Collaboration With International Fund for Animal Welfare, the brand sent us a selection of items for the bath and a couple of cups. We tested them and it is now time to share with you what we think.
Munchkin Bath Toys
The Hearts Bath Toys are my fave as they help with so many skill. You can practise colours and numbers and also work out how to stack them all together. Obviously, Baba really enjoyed pouring water with them. He was actually pretending to wash his other toys with it!
Funny he did that as he doesn’t really like having water in his hair… The tub we also received is quite handy as it is very gentle with its soft contoured rim. We practised with it a bit before so that Baba could see it was fun. He is so fussy when washing his hair, it was a good way to play with water earlier that afternoon 🙂
And the sweet duck (that reveals the word HOT in white if it is unsafe for your little one! How clever!) with the CleanSqueeze™ Easy Clean Bath Squirts made it even more entertaining!
Those are really funny little characters that I fancy squeezing too if I feel un peu stressed out! Pourquoi pas?
Our lovely Munchkin parcel also enclosed some really cool cups! Actually, if you follow us on Instagram, you might have seen my stories this week where I used them too!
They are so clever. Indeed, the whole Miracle® 360° Cups collection has more than pretty styles and funky colours!
Those toddler cups are designed without a spout so that it is very gentle on your little ones’ mouth!
Plus, with its 360° edge, you can drink from any side. Simply suck on the valve’s edge. And no spill either! I think that is my fave feature as Baba can be a bit mucky sometimes…
I made the most of them during my workouts and Baba enjoyed them too as it made him feel like a grown up with his own cup!
He even likes saying ‘cheers’ with us when we drink! Grumpy Boyfriend’s cousins laughed so much when we visited them last weekend when he did that! But you better be careful when Baba wants to do so with you. He is very strong and he could spit your drink!
And they are BPA-free so your kiddies are safe! Hurrah!
Munchkin Collaboration With International Fund for Animal Welfare
Munchkin is a baby products company that parents have been trusting for over 25 years now. The label is always eager to develop innovative and modern products for your little ones.
It has just announced a unique new partnership, including a donation, with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW).
Indeed, the cute label has re-designed its fabulous #1 selling Miracle® 360° Cup, featuring animals currently endangered or under threat including the African Elephant, Polar Bear, Red Fox and Orca.
Each cup comes with complete with child-friendly stories and information about each of the featured animals, including key facts about the conservation challenges all species face.
It is a lovely collaboration. Not only the cups feature the fab details we described above but they also have some cute guests on them! You will have guessed it, each cup has the animals on it.
It is a great commitment from Munchkin to support the welfare of the planet and creating a more sustainable future for our children. It is great to see a label with such good ethics and eager to support our children’s future.
Therefore, the packaging for the Conservation Cup is made from 100% recycled and recyclable materials and eco-friendly inks.
This fab baby lifestyle brand is on a mission to educate parents and support animals! If you also want to make a donation today, visit now the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s website.
What do you think of brands like Munchkin that use their influence for a good cause? Do you also support any fund for animals? Do you think we should educate more kids about those issues?
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written in collaboration with Munchkin.