Five Days Left!
  • July 27, 2015
  • Zac Ghaffar Co-founder, The Inside Edit

    The Top 100 Baby Products is entriely determined by parents in the know. With just 5 days left to vote, there is still time to spread the word about the guide and how parents can help decide on what should be in it.

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    WHY VOTE?

    The votes we receive will determine a guide designed to help thousands of parents approaching one (of the many) challenges with modern parenthood – baby products!

    Whatever things may separate us on a day to day basis, parenthood and child rearing is something that connects us and and brings us together in unity. There may be products and experiences, pearls of wisdom and guidance that will make a real impact to parents embarking on this journey.

    The Top 100 Baby Products will be an honest and powerful guide, clean and simple with information that will serve as a rich resource for everyone (including wider family and friends).

    – – – The website and e-book will be entirely free – – –

    Here is a reminder of the categories:

    1. PREGNANCY
    2. PRAM & PUSHCHAIR
    3. CAR SEAT & TRAVEL
    4. NURSERY
    5. BABY TOYS
    6. PRE-SCHOOL TOYS
    7. BABY SAFETY
     8. FEEDING
    9. HIGHCHAIRS
    10. BATHING & BABY CARE

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    Once the votes are collated and the guide is compiled, we will be anouncing

    the Top 100 Baby Products for a full re-launch on 12th October 2015.

    Stay tuned!

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