For Movers, Shakers and Life Changers

For Movers, Shakers and Life Changers

If you’re a parent, you need to know about the life changing products by Thankyou Baby. They say it takes a village to raise a child and I truly believe that the Thankyou Baby team are here to support and empower parents everywhere.

It’s hard to believe that Thankyou Baby was only launched in August last year. It feels like I’ve been using their gorgeous products for a lifetime, but maybe the post-baby hormones have blurred my time scope? Yep, definitely a possibility.

My little Mover & Shaker, Milla, is looking monochrome fabulous in the new and improved Thankyou Baby nappies. Offering improved absorbency (with triple-layer technology) the nappies reflect passionate changes that the team have gathered from industry expects and mums and dads, like you and me.

The range continues to give 100% of its profits to families in need. That means every time I change Milla’s nappy, I’m part of a movement which is ensuring life changing health care for mums and bubs across the globe.

 

Mover and Shaker Nappies

Baby we can change the World

Thank You Baby - Milestone Cards

 

WHY BABY?

Sadly, every 90 seconds a mother dies in childbirth, with 99% of these deaths happening in developing nations. Globally, 2.9 million babies don’t make it through their first month of life because they don’t have access to basic health care.

We reckon that’s pretty messed up. That’s why 100% of the profits from the Thankyou Baby range will help get health services like immunisation programs and medical supplies to mums and bubs in need.

 

THE PRODUCTS

The Thankyou Baby range includes disposable nappies, cloth nappies, wipes and a body care range.

All the products have been carefully made and meticulously researched for our precious bubs, with 100% of the profits going to child and maternal health programs for families in need.

 

THE WHY?

 

 

Read more about their new and improved products over on thankyou.co/baby

 

Emily Collie is Founder and Editor of well-known Australian travel guide and blog, Melbourne Girl. Emily has written travel articles for Expedia, eHarmony, Amex Shop Small Blogger Series and Racing.com, and has been featured on many Australian websites including Mimco Mimzine and Bonds Australia Blog, and was invited on behalf of the VRC and Myer, to judge the Myer Fashions on the Field competition on Emirates Melbourne Cup Day (2013).

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