We help make bath and and bedtimes easier with nursing pillows, duvets, pillows, coverlets, hooded towels, muslin squares, bump pods, burp cloths and blankets - all available in our latest colourful designs!
As parents we want the best for our children, which is why we have used 100% super soft cotton in our products, perfect to keep those allergies at bay.
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Here’s to a snooze filled night every parent dreams of!
The Baroo team.
Now that Royal baby Princess Charlotte is finally here, we're absolutely certain that her nursery has been decked out in the finest furniture and accessories. And you too could create a nursery fit for your own little princess with the adorable Tweetdreams collection from Baroo.With dusky pinks combined with soft mint greens, this collection is perfect for a regal theme, and we have all your nursery needs covered.We have everything from nursing pillows and luxury blankets to full bedding sets and bump pods, click here to view the full Tweetdreams collection. All you need to do is add some bunting to complete the Royal look!We’d love to see your Tweetdreams nurseries, please tweet your pictures to @baroobedding Continue Reading →
Thursday 23 April would have been William Shakespeare’s 451st birthday, so if your new baby arrives on this day, what better way to honour our most famous Bard than to name your child after him or one of his many characters.We’ve compiled a list of Shakespeare’s strong female characters and heroic male leads to give you some inspiration. Girls Beatrice: (Much Ado About Nothing) - Beatrice is feisty, cynical, witty, and sharp. Bianca: (Taming of the Shrew) - Bianca is described as a strong and fiery woman. Celia: (As You Like It) - Celia is silent and reserved; worldly and prudent, although full of life and humour. Helena: (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) - Helena is described as romantic, thoughtful and... Continue Reading →