ecostore New Zealand Blog

Try baby massage to soothe and connect

Baby massage is a great way to feel more connected to your little one and to make you both that much calmer and relaxed. If you haven’t given it a try before, follow these steps from our ambassador, yogi Nikki Ralston.

By Nikki Ralston
October 14th, 2015
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The essentials of a good nursery

Dorothy Waide has cast her expert eye over the equipment choices available for your baby nursery and listed some important places to start.

By Dorothy Waide
August 3rd, 2015
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Reducing the waste mountain after baby

The Nappy Lady Kate Meads says there’s a shift back to traditions that help cut waste, like using cloth nappies. She’s got some tips for choosing the right cloth nappies and becoming a more conscious consumer after having a baby.

By amanda
April 22nd, 2015
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Tips for bathing your baby

There’s more than one way to do things when it comes to any aspect of caring for babies, and bathing is no exception. Fortunately Babyhelp consultant Dorothy Waide has some valuable advice.

By Dorothy Waide
May 27th, 2015
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Gentler options for baby: the O’Hoy family’s story

Auckland couple Ros and Stephen O’Hoy starting seeking eco products when they had their first daughter Meelan four years ago. And with little Ada’s arrival, gentler options took on an even more important dimension.

By amanda
February 18th, 2015
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Will ‘dream feeds’ work for your baby?

Dorothy Waide shares her insights on the late night ‘dream feed’ and what to consider if you’re thinking of giving them a try for your baby.

By Dorothy Waide
January 6th, 2015
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Finding the safest detergent for your baby’s laundry

Some of the common nasties that can affect your baby’s skin are used in laundry detergents which makes the laundry one of the best places to start detoxing your home.

By Melanie Rands
March 2nd, 2012
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Toddler in the bath
Tips for creating a healthier home for your baby

Allergies including asthma and eczema are increasing at an alarming rate in developed countries like New Zealand. In fact we have the second highest prevalence of asthma in the world (after the UK) with one in four kids experiencing asthma symptoms.

By Melanie Rands
September 12th, 2011
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