In this video, we review the latest baby gadgets to make your life easier.
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Sam Norman: Blooming Marvelous, maternity fashion wear company not only design clothes, but also baby products aimed at making the lives of moms and dads that much easier. Vivienne Pringle, the Co-Founder of the Blooming Marvelous is here today with some of her favorite and also she is to talk about what new parents really need. Welcome Vivienne. Vivienne Pringle: Thank you very much. Sam Norman: Now, we've got a fantastic looking array of things -- Vivienne Pringle: I just also had bring you a few little gadgets, a little baby gadgets that everyone might not have seen before. Sam Norman: I love that. I wish that that I had one. Vivienne Pringle: I know it's not a plastic bowl, which suctions to the table or the high chair, and then you, can suction these two, springy things to here. So, when they're learning to feed themselves, we can just put this here and you can leave them too, you can get some of the washing out bowl, feeding older child -- Sam Norman: Constantly having to retrieve this food from the floor. Vivienne Pringle: Yeah, exactly. They chuck it off the -- Sam Norman: That is so brilliant. Vivienne Pringle: And you can imagine a little person. Sam Norman: I would be ready to stretching from eating, I would have thought. And how much is that? Vivienne Pringle: Its 999 including the bowl kit. Okay? Sam Norman: But because it doesn't get thrown around, it will last. And what about this thing? Vivienne Pringle: It's a feasting bowl basically. Again, has a suction and when you put the spoon in the bowl, it moves, and then when you touch the bottom of that, it gets louder and louder. And again, this will sort of encourage. I'm sure you play it with your young child the aeroplane game. Ooh! Watch out the aeroplane is coming. This is, you know -- that's making move. Price wise what would that be? Vivienne Pringle: I think this is 1299. Sam Norman: 1299. Vivienne Pringle: This comes out, goes in the dishwasher or the microwave and you just where the -- Sam Norman: You just get fed up with the noise and you just have a plain bowl. Vivienne Pringle: Yeah, and it turns up. Sam Norman: Oh, because I could see that, that could become irritating after a while. Vivienne Pringle: Exactly. I know. Sam Norman: Once you got the kid eating. Vivienne Pringle: Yes, again I would encourage him to do himself as well. Sam Norman: Yeah, not exactly. Now, the other thing, I mean this is sort of -- Vivienne Pringle: Now this. Sam Norman: Yes. Vivienne Pringle: I have every new mom has to have one of these. Yeah. Basically, baby weaning cubes. Sam Norman: Oh, well. Vivienne Pringle: What you do is, particularly nowadays with people being very keen on making their own food for their babies. If you make a whole batch, you want to store it in the freezer. And the trouble with putting it in conventionalized trays is when you take it out of the freezer, try defrost it and don't have and then it has to be come outs than you want. Sam Norman: Exactly. Vivienne Pringle: And that's not very hygienic. What these all individual cubes with lids. Sam Norman: Fantastic. Vivienne Pringle: With a little amount, I had to fill them up -- Sam Norman: That is a very, very good idea. Isn't it? Vivienne Pringle: Yeah. And they have very good values. Such a tube is 699. Sam Norman: Excellent. You would need more than two? Vivienne Pringle: No. No. I mean I know, lots of people go, and then, then use them for sources and things after it's -- Sam Norman: It maybe fantastic, I could use some even now. They are wonderful. Vivienne Pringle: Exactly. Sam Norman: What about these lovely looking blankets? Vivienne Pringle: These are called takkies and they come in various sizes and we also do book. Basically, it's for babies will all these lovely touchy feeling. Sam Norman: Lovely. They love the touchy blankets. Vivienne Pringle: They love these and they've also got texture as well as colors with different feels and different colors and designs in various sizes
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