Little Hugs Baby is an online store that has a gorgeous range of practical and stylish products for babies and mum. We have a collection of many well known brands like Kippins, Haakaa, Sleepytot, Baby Shusher, Lulla Doll and Cheeky Chompers as well as some amazing New Zealand brands.
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Mama Bear Bamboo Toothbrush Child SizeMama Bear Bamboo Toothbrush Child Size Say goodbye to plastic toothbrushes and hello to the Mama Bear Bamboo Toothbrush!! Did you know that over 4.7 billion plastic toothbrushes that will never biodegrade are dumped in landfills and oceans every year … Read More
Mama Bear Bamboo Toothbrush Adult SizeMama Bear Bamboo Toothbrush Adult Size Say goodbye to plastic toothbrushes and hello to the Mama Bear Bamboo Toothbrush!! Did you know that over 4.7 billion plastic toothbrushes that will never biodegrade are dumped in landfills and oceans every year … Read More
Haakaa Silicone Flower StopperHaakaa Silicone Flower Stopper – Assorted colours The perfect little accessory for your silicone breast pump! The Haakaa silicone flower stopper! This little stopper sits tight in the neck of your breast pump and will stop any spills or accidents. … Read More
Haakaa Silicone Teething ToothbrushHaakaa Silicone Teething Toothbrush With Suction Stand This unique Haakaa silicone teething toothbrush makes the steps into creating good oral hygiene easy ones. Made of food grade silicone the small bristles remove plaque, sugar and other foods while stimulating painful … Read More
KiddiKutter Knives – Cuts food not fingersKiddiKutter Knives – Cuts food not fingers KiddiKutter Knives cut food not fingers! Available in 6 funky colours the KiddiKutter knife is designed for children 3 years & older to cut their own food SAFELY. This fabulous knife will cut anything … Read More
Kiwicorn BookKiwicorn Book Who is whimsical, witty and wonderfully weird? KIWICORN! Kiwicorn is a ridiculously cute and funny story about being unique. Gorgeous illustrations and writing, help children to understand their emotions and to open a light-hearted dialogue about diversity. The … Read More