Eat Sleep Love. The nursery consultants.

28 Apr

As you probably already know the world of parenting is a minefield. There is a different product, opinion, wives-tale, about literally every aspect. From personal experience, the best approach to all of this is; explore everything and then make up your own mind. You are the parent and at the end of the day only your choice, your opinion, matters. So when something comes along that is designed to make some of these choices easier, based on this exact same philosophy, well, that’s a good thing.

Introducing nursery consultants eat sleep love. The concept is simple. Founded by a mum of two, eat sleep love is a higher-end service for parents offering guidance in finding the best baby products that are perfect for your budget, lifestyle and needs. The service is for first time parents and for those adapting to the requirements of a growing family.

I was recently invited to a bloggers breakfast to explore the new showroom based in London. I unfortunately couldn’t attend, but after speaking with their PR and hearing all about Laura the founder, I instantly fell in love with the concept and thought you guys might like it too. There is no consultation fee you simply book an appointment, allowing around two hours, to visit the showroom speak with advisor’s, receive product demonstrations, make your choices, and then book a delivery slot. This is perhaps my favourite part. Based on your due date you can get everything to arrive together. Their range is hand picked to include only those products and brands that Laura herself loves and recommends. Some of my favourites are there; Joolz, Boori, sleepyhead, aden + anais. Jem and Bea. Oli Ella. Β They even have the most adorable collection of first outfits. Literally all you need for the most beautiful first nursery and those first few months of parenthood, without all the fuss.

Visit the website and book your appointment here.

 

 

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