In this video, we review he latest on baby and toddler's products and gadgets
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Nina Sebastiane: Welcome back to Baby Talk. Now joining me in the studio is Julie White. She is the founder of a company called Truly Madly Baby which sells all manner of baby and toddler products and she is here to show us a few of these latest toys and gadgets that are available for you and your baby. Welcome to the show. Julie White: Hello! Nina Sebastiane: Okay, how are you doing? Julie White: Very well. Nina Sebastiane: Now you have brought a load of stuff, I love you coming in. It is almost like having my own private sort of party really. Julie White: Yes absolutely. Nina Sebastiane: Because we should tell people that that's what you do. Truly Madly Baby is essentially a -- almost I think I call it like a Tupperware party really. Julie White: Yes, yes it is the Tupperware party of the baby road, but we sell obviously baby products. But party is in your own home. Nina Sebastiane: Yes and you show us all sorts of stuff, don't you. I mean it is the latest stuff and the stuff that you love isn't it? Julie White: Yes absolutely. Nina Sebastiane: What's the first you are going to show us today? Julie White: Well, let's start with this latest suit shall we? Nina Sebastiane: I love this. Julie White: Well I have gone to the stage with my little boy where he wants to feed himself and the time comes doesn't it -- Nina Sebastiane: Never mind that you have a little suit, you have a grown up version to cover yourself because if you ever had that, the spoon in the puree -- Julie White: Absolutely, but this is great because it is really nice and soft. It has got a little belt fastening, so it is dead easy to put on, on the cuffs as well as the little feet here. But, it covers the baby from head to toe and comes in its own little bag -- Nina Sebastiane: I thought this is going to be a hat. Julie White: No. Nina Sebastiane: In case you want to -- Julie White: Well, potentially. But when you are traveling of course you have had a nice meal that has got very messy, you can just wrap it all up and get into the bag. Nina Sebastiane: I am hoping you are going to tell me it is all totally machine washable and dead easy and it comes out perfect. Julie White: Yeah, it is waterproof as well. So it is going to really protect everything and actually we had a lady buy one the other day for her child to actually help daddy wash the car. Nina Sebastiane: Oh great. Well you can do crafts as well, can't you? You can -- Julie White: But we do with mom. We do a bigger version called the AR Suit which is when the baby gets even bigger, goes a bigger size and it is exactly the same product. Nina Sebastiane: Lovely, very nice, how much? Julie White: 799, Nina Sebastiane: 799, it is not too bad. Julie White: Yeah, comes in four colors. Nina Sebastiane: Excellent, okay. Julie White: That's a good one. Nina Sebastiane: Alright, next look at the next one. Julie White: Okay, I brought this along because I think this is a really nice product and this is actually called the grobag egg and it is made by the people who make grobags so that's reassuring to me as a mom. But it is a nursery thermometer and so when it is actually dark -- Nina Sebastiane: You can't see this right now because obviously we have got studio lights going on. Julie White: Sure, sure, but when it is actually dark this glows like a really soft night light. But the most important thing to mom is it shows the color as the room is. So if it is blue, it means the room is quite cold -- Nina Sebastiane: Too cold for baby. Julie White: Bit too cold for baby. If it is red, it is too hot and if it is yellow, it is absolutely spot-on. Nina Sebastiane: Okay, we have a look at this earlier. So you will see this now on your screen. This is what it looks like when it is working in the darkened room as I said not in the studio. So as I said, it glows beautifully and it just keeps you -- the right color to have it is I think is the yellow, doesn't it? Julie White: Yellow yes. Yellow is spot-on, yellow i
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