Nursery decor is not just about decorating your nursery, it is about choosing nursery decor accessories that have a practical purpose and baby linen that is functional as well as beautiful.

Decorating a nursery can seem overwhelming, as there are so many beautiful nursery themes and colour schemes to choose from.

So before deciding on your linen and décor accessories for your baby's room,it's best to decide on your nursery theme.

Most themes can be adapted for either a boy or a girl, and are also available in neutral colour schemes.

Our blog is full of useful advice and great tips to help you create your dream nursery!

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Browsing Archive: February, 2010

Brand New Addition to our family!

Posted by Yvette Scholtz on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, In : Decor 
I am proud to announce a brand new addition to our Rock-a-Bye family!

We have just brought out a wonderful new linen range, and I wanted to let you
have the first peek at this adorable new addition.

The Classic Nursery linen range is made from the finest, fully washable,
Cotton and Cotton percale, and the inners are hypoallergenic Dacron fibre,
adorned with the most endearing appliqued characters.

The themes are: Teddies at play, Noah's ark, Ducks & Dogs, Little Barnyard and Fairies.

To s...

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Planning a New Nursery

Posted by Yvette Scholtz on Friday, February 19, 2010, In : Decor 

Hi Moms and Dads

I met with a lovely couple this morning who were a little indecisive
about their baby’s Nursery theme and colour scheme.

I have come across this many, many times, and this is where I
come in – to assist my New Mommies and Daddies in this very
important decision, and to guide them in the process of choosing
the right furniture, linen and décor for their new nursery.

The guide lines that I use when helping Parents make their decisions
about their New Baby’s nursery ar...

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Can one ever be TOO careful?

Posted by Yvette Scholtz on Wednesday, February 17, 2010, In : Parents 

I received a very disturbing email this morning which seemed like it had been circulated
by several Mom's, on their personal experiences with strangers approaching their young
children while out shopping.
It would seem as though there is a trend where strangers approach either the young
children (who are right alongside Mom, mind you) and take their photo using a cell phone,
or they approach Mom and comment on how beautiful their kids are and then ask if they
can take the child's photo - again wit...

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The age of Cell phones

Posted by Yvette Scholtz on Thursday, February 11, 2010, In : Parents 

Last night my daughter again asked me, "Mommy, at what age can I get a cell phone?"
Now, my daughter is 6, and as far as I'm concerned I'd be happy for her to be cell-phone-less until she was at least 18! What with all the horror stories we read about in the tabloids about kids being stalked or harassed through social networks like MXit.
But the reality of it is that kids need to be able to get hold of thir parents in an emergency or crisis, and with public telephones on their way to extinction...

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The benefits of reading to your child

Posted by Yvette Scholtz on Tuesday, February 9, 2010, In : Parents 

I am an avid reader (and writer :-) ), and I have read to all my children from an early age. My eldest daughter (now 21) started reading sight words (cat, dog, cup etc) from the age of 4, and my eldest son (now 17) was reading articles in the newspaper form the age of 7. He now writes songs (not the kind that I would listen to - really heavy metal stuff), but he has a real talent for creative writing.

Gabby (my youngest) went on a library excursion with her class mates last Friday, and brough...
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Are kids what they eat too?

Posted by Yvette Scholtz on Friday, February 5, 2010, In : Kids 
We all know the saying "You are what you eat", but have we ever associated this with kids?

I attended a meeting at my 6-year old daughter, Gabby's school the other evening (that's Gabby in the pic above  :-) ), and one of the topics was on lunchboxes, and what we send to school for our little one's to feed their growing brains and bodies.

It surprises me how many Moms (and I am sure they are not doing it intentionally) send processed, high sugar content, artificailly flavoured/coloured "bad foo...
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Planning a Baby shower

Posted by Yvette Scholtz on Thursday, February 4, 2010, In : For Moms 

Are you or your best friend planning your Baby shower?

Do you have an idea of what you'd like, but aren't quite sure if you should make invitiations, or simply sms your guests; if you should make, hire or buy your decorations; where you should host your party; and if you should hire a caterer, ask Granny to make her famous pasta, or ask everyone to bring a plate of eats?

Well, I have great news for you!

I have decided to include Baby shower hosting to my list of services for all my Mommies and ...

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