Ollie + Zara Baby Goods

If you have a baby, or know someone who has a baby then you need to read this! There’s a new online baby goods store called Ollie + Zara and they have the most divine baby toys and accessories. You must take a look at their website. Read below to find out why…

When you become a parent, your once orderly home seems to become very quickly inundated with baby toys, accessories and apparati. There are prams, high chairs, toys and just ‘stuff’ everywhere.

Often the baby toys are brightly coloured, loud, plastic, battery operated ‘things’ that are not only obnoxious to look at and listen to, but they also completely clash with your decor and because they only have one purpose your baby gets bored of them very quickly.

Ollie + Zara have changed the game in this respect.

They have designed and created a stunning range of baby toys that are gorgeous pastel colours, made of wood and silicone, are open-ended in nature and will look amazing in your home.

Open-ended learning experiences for your baby

As an Early Childhood Teacher and Montessori Teacher, I know how important it is for babies to have access to quality learning materials that help them to develop their dexterity (the strength to hold things) and to use open-ended materials so that they can learn and explore on their own terms and in ways that are appropriate for their current stage of development.

Ollie + Zara have got you covered. Your baby (or even toddler) will have hours of open-ended exploration with these toys. They can use them like puzzles, stack the shapes, order the shapes, create new interesting things, throw them - the options are endless. And because they are made of silicone, your baby can also pop them into their mouth, explore them orally and ease the pain of those pesky teeth that are bothering them too.

Gorgeous in your home

The colours are absolutely divine!! Not only are light colours amazing for creating a calm learning environment for your baby, but the pastel shades of pink, green, grey, purple and blue, accompanied by gorgeous wooden bases will enhance any lounge room. A huge improvement on the rather gawky, plastic toys that usually populate a parents’ lounge space.

Other awesome accessories

Ollie + Zara are also stockists of some amazing sleep aides such as Rockit, Zed, Wooshh, and Lulla Owl as well as gorgeous bath toys. Their collection is growing all the time and they will be introducing some of their own designs in the coming months.

About Carly and Terry Dainton - Owners of Ollie + Zara

We are a small family owned business based in Brisbane, Australia. We have a full house with 2 older daughters and two beautiful babies, Ollie and Zara. We started the business after our son Ollie was born as we struggled to find baby products that met our needs. We wanted to find products that would compliment our home and style and that’s what Ollie + Zara aims to bring to you. Quality products that are practical, functional, minimalistic in design and aesthetically pleasing.

With my background in Administration and my husband's experience in importing and developing products we have been able to work closely with our suppliers to source and customise a variety of baby products. As our business grows we will continue to add new and exciting products to the range and hope to introduce more of our own designs.

So head on over to https://ollieandzara.com.au/ and check out the full range of baby goods. I can’t rate them highly enough!!


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About the Author: Kirsty Foster is the founder of Social Mums Club, local teacher, author of the book Values Guided Parenting, wife and mum to 3 amazing boys aged 6, 11, and 14 years. Kirsty created Social Mums Club to connect, empower and support local mums. She believes that having a group of local mum friends is essential for maintaining good mental health throughout the parenting journey.

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