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Bibs & bobs — 18 October 2019

By Mums At The Table 1 min read

Want to extend the life of your baby's onesie? This product can help | How to shape a child’s faith | Why this children's label advertising deserves attention

Want to extend the life of your baby's onesie? This product can help

If your bub’s onesie is ending up in the too-small pile too soon or it can’t handle the extra bulk of modern cloth nappies, the Bellelis Snap & Extend Bodysuit Extender may be the solution for you. Snap this extra piece of fabric onto the crotch area and watch it extend the lifespan of your favourite onesie.

How to shape a child’s faith

There are seven main ways to help children (from birth to 18 years) develop a strong and active belief in God, according to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. In line with this, they’ve created the Faith Shaper series to help parents, as well as church and Christian school leaders, adopt the steps, including a handy list on how parents can provide experiences to shape faith at home.

Why this children's label advertising deserves attention

New Zealand children's label Jamie Kay is receiving attention for their latest campaign for all the right reasons. Their latest campaign features Kiwi children with disabilities—one image shows a boy with a feeding tube through his nose, another a girl with Down syndrome. “They don't make a song and dance about it. They simply place children with disabilities alongside children without disabilities—just like in life. It's refreshing. It's thoughtful. It's inclusive. It's representative of all the children out there.”