moKee Birth Story: @Notafictionalmum & Nemo

by Madlena Szeliga - 08.02.2021

LOVE MAKES A FAMILY. Here is the story to prove. @Notafictionalmum says: I didn’t have ‘the bump’. I’m a mum. She adopted her son, when he was a toddler. It's kind of a birth story, too. There are all kinds of families and they are one of the best. Read her her story:

People talk about the nesting period don't they? According to google (everyone knows a fact isn't legit unless it's sourced from google) nesting starts towards the end of the third trimester it also states that nesting instinct can be just as powerful in humans as it is for our animal friends.

Now I wasn't de-cluttering cupboards or excessively cleaning my house, I'd had 6 months worth of social worker visits so that side of things had well and truly been taken care of. I didn't need a shopping checklist, I was officially the worlds most experienced window shopper, many a lunch break had been spent peering into the windows of baby and toddler shop windows. Wondering when it would be my turn, when was i going to get the chance to actually step inside and burn some of my hard earned cash.

My nesting period lasted for five years.

I was ready for my baby to arrive

For five years.

I was ready when we were trying naturally, you know the good old fashioned fun way without the sex schedules and ovulation testing kits. I was ready when my stomach was bearing a striking resemblance to a pin cushion, on the days of egg collections, transfers, the day I miscarried, throughout the adoption process, approval panel and the matching process. I. WAS. READY.

Not all mothers to be fit the stereotypical expectation.

I didn't have the three trimesters

The scans

Labour

I didn't experience any of that, I was still expecting, I was nesting in my own way.

There was a phone call, I was at work on a team bonding camp. Ironic really, there I was a member of the senior management team checking my phone every two seconds during 'teamwork' exercises. *If anyone questioned me I was going to throw out a bag of branded company pencils to the first person who could guess my passcode.

"They think you're the perfect match, they've agreed to the link''

For all you non-adopters out there the 'they' I refer to are the team of social workers. The link is the potential match after expressing an interest in a child's profile before a possible matched is agreed after a home visit.

I'd already seen pictures of my son, his hair, eyes his absolutely L'oreal commercial worthy head of curls. I'd read about how he loves cheese, roast dinners, to dance and have his photo taken *I knew we would be compatible my husband a cheese connoisseur me, an absolute show off.

This was it, we were about to become parents. I guess to try and draw a comparative this was our positive test date. Except he was to come home two weeks after this call, I'm frantically searching for one . . . Nope there isn't a comparative for that. The nursery was ready, freshly painted walls, safari themed toys and crisp, new bedding. The garden had been baby proofed, kitchen cupboards even Houdini himself wouldn't find his way into, the dog had even been treated to his yearly groom.

There was one feather missing though.

One feather that I hadn't been quite able to place into the nest.

The once where I believed he would actually make it home.

The one that proved the battle had come to an end.  

The feather that symbolised hope.

I couldn't quite bring myself to really believe this was going to happen and not fail like every other time.  

Then I saw him, his chubby little calf resting on the hip of his foster carer.

I saw him 

I had no choice but to place that feather in our nest.

If you want to more about @Notafictionalmum story follow her on Instagram: HERE!

It's one of those accounts EVERYONE should follow.




Do you have a birth story to share? Do tell us about your experience!


Design that newborns love...

LOVE MAKES A FAMILY. Here is the story to prove. @Notafictionalmum says: I didn’t have ‘the bump’. I’m a mum. She adopted her son, when he was a toddler. It's kind of a birth story, too. There are all kinds of families and they are one of the best.

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moKee Birth Story: Hanna & Inés

by Madlena Szeliga - 01.02.2021

Hanna & Inés story started not according to the plan, as many birth stories do. Earlier than anticipated, and accompanied with quite some stress, Inés was happily born to meet her parents. They got to spend the most wonderful time together with tears of joy and true happiness.

 

Despite very little going to plan, I still feel like my birth was a wonderfully positive experience.

 

I was convinced I was going to be overdue with this being my first baby, however, when I went in for a routine growth scan, they kept me in overnight as my blood pressure was sky-high.

 

I felt totally fine and was more than happy to be in the right place and monitored. One of the consultants that came to see me after the scan suggested that I book in for an induction in a week time, so that would be one week earlier than the due date.

I had only heard negative things about inductions and friends being in labour for days before any action, but I thought "I'll have a week to think about it".

The next morning my blood pressure still had not budged and a different consultant told me that the only way to get it down was to get the baby out...that day!!!

 

In some ways, the shock of knowing I was going to have my baby 2 weeks early left me with no opportunity to think about worrying.

My hypnobirthing techniques came into play...

I had the pessary inserted at 2 pm and by 9 pm I was heading down to the delivery suite. The midwives I had through the night were amazing and followed my birth plan (what could be catered for anyway!) and gave me so much encouragement.



I had been using a tens machine which was great but then it got to a point where the pain was too much, I didn't get on well with the gas and air so ended up with an epidural.

All was fine until the very end where I was struggling to feel the contractions and really had to be coached to push. In hindsight, the contractions were a breeze but the pushing was something I totally wasn't prepared for!

After a long time pushing, I heard one of the midwives mention theatre and I really didn't want that. Something inside kicked in and I knew I needed to just go for it. With the help of forceps, our baby girl was born.

When she was handed to me the cord was around her neck and she was purple. My husband was really worried but I instinctively knew that she was going to be absolutely fine.

 

The time we had just the 3 of us after delivery was amazing and a total high. I could not stop crying tears of happiness.


And finally, we have a message from Hanna to all of the future mothers:

 

The best part of birth?

Feeling completely in control despite not having the birth I had imagined.

 

The worst part of it?

The metal sound of the forceps in the tray... :S and the piles afterwards when I got home.

 

What would you advise pregnant mums based on your personal experience?

You can totally do this if you let yourself believe you can! Read as much as possible beforehand, make a plan A and plan B, and C. Focus on positive affirmations.


Do you have a birth story to share? Do tell us about your experience!


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Hanna & Inés story started not according to the plan, as many birth stories do. Earlier than anticipated, and accompanied with quite some stress, Inés was happily born to meet her parents.

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01 Feb 2021

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Mini Wardrobe

by Marta Szczepanik - 25.01.2020

A simple, smart and unique piece of furniture that will help develop your child's independence.

Mini Wardrobe by moKee is a simple & beautifully designed clothes rack for toddlers, older kids, and even adults. How does it work in practice? We asked Hayley Thomposon about it for whom the subject of independence and Montessori education has no secrets. Here is what she told us.

 

Where did the idea and passion for Montessori education come from?

 I first researched the Montessori approach when my son turned one as I wanted to set up an area in the downstairs of our house for him to learn. Maria Montessori’s philosophy really resonated with me and I came to realise that my parents taught me very similar values. To be independent, practical and always follow my own interests, and that’s exactly what I want for my own children as well.

  

What distinguishes Montessori from other ways of learning?

Montessori education is unique as it respects the child’s interests. It also recognises and promotes their independence through skill-based learning. It has suited my son’s needs as he is a visual and kinaesthetic learner. Montessori education has a balanced view of the child’s intellectual, physical, emotional as well as spiritual development, and this is what really inspired me to follow the approach.  

 

Have you arranged a children's room?

 Yes, we have a playroom in the downstairs of our home. I’ve set it up with different areas for my children to explore. These include a music area with a piano, which I play regularly. We also have a writing, mathematics, loose parts, kitchen and reading area as well as his shelves with carefully selected resources to suit their changing needs and development.



A lot of fun in Montessori?

 Montessori is a lot of fun as it follows the child’s individual and developing needs. My son thoroughly enjoys exploring what I’ve placed on his shelves each week. It also allows me to observe where he needs support with the most in his learning.

 

Does the moKee Wardrobe Mini combine fun and education?

 The moKee Wardrobe Mini is a beautiful Montessori inspired piece of furniture and the perfect addition to our home. Wilfred is able to select his own clothes now, promoting independence, as it is at his height. He looks forward to dressing himself each morning and is now learning how to put the hangers back on the rail too.


What characteristics of children's development can it influence?

 

 Learning to dress independently is an important life skill and there are a few different areas of development that it can influence and these are:

  • Gross motor: lifting arms and legs in specific coordinated motions into shirt sleeves and pant legs, and balancing to take off shoes and pants.
  • Fine motor: being able to use fingers to manipulate small objects (zippers, buttons, buckles, and laces).
  • Cognitive: being able to understand the sequence of putting on clothing and to think about how seasons and temperature affect what should be worn.

 

Do children become more independent?

 

Yes, children gain independence when their environment and caregivers facilitate this. I’m very mindful to step back and let my children learn and explore at their own pace but also ensuring the tools are there for them to do so. For instance, I’m going to place pictures on the wall (next to his moKee wardrobe) at his height, of the correct sequence in which he can dress himself. These will act as a visual prompt and build his confidence, so that eventually he will not need my help.

 

What do you think about the children's capsule wardrobe?

 

I really like the idea of a capsule wardrobe for children. They grow so quickly that it seems more appropriate to only buy what they need for a short amount of time and then replace each item when they grow into the next size. Also, I love the minimalist idea of it too and how sustainable a capsule wardrobe is.

 

Can it be made with a moKee Wardrobe mini?

 

I definitely think a capsule wardrobe can be made with a moKee Wardrobe mini! It is the perfect size to fit all of the items on. I love the shelf as well. There are endless possibilities of how you can arrange your child’s clothes on there. Wilfred absolutely loves learning how to dress himself now and the wardrobe mini has really helped play a huge part with that! It’s such a beautiful piece of furniture and fits so well with the rest of his room.


Design that newborns love...

A simple, smart and unique piece of furniture that will help develop your child's independence.

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Behind the scene with moKee designers

by Marta Szczepanik - 15.01.2020

We want to make sure each child has a cosy space and the best memories. Mieszko Polański graduated Industrial Design at Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź. He loves designing products made of wool felt. Katarzyna Surma studied Furniture Design at Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. She also works as a graphic designer.

As a team they design furniture and every day accessories. They create most of moKee new products. We asked them to share a few secrets of their work.

 

Is designing for babies different? Because of how vulnerable they are and all the safety standards?

 

Of course, designing for babies is a lot different. The reason is simple - we cannot try the thing we created ourselves and decide if it’s comfortable or if something should be changed. We know how we would feel in different situations, we’ve had some practice in sitting, sleeping or working at the desk. But we cannot ask babies if the furniture meets their expectations. Even a child that can already speak won’t be able to tell us how in a long run, something will affect their posture. Luckily, we don’t have to reinvent the wheel - there are anthropometric data, research and standards we always start with. We always pay extra attention to it. At first, it might feel overwhelming - there is so much to check, but as a designer, I consider this an enormous help and blessing - it’s a good starting point and road map for any project. The safety standards help you choose the right one from countless ideas.


What inspires you?

 

That’s a hard question & a very popular one! It depends on what we are doing. I can say, in general, that I am inspired by my childhood. I remember many pieces of furniture and some design solutions. They were rarely perfect, but this makes them so interesting to work with. I remind myself of some of them and analyse. I remember all the crazy ideas me and my siblings had and I try to predict what kids may do with the furniture we are creating and how to make sure they will be safe with all those crazy ideas they will surely have, too.

Of course, the world is different today, and when we look at modern parents we can see how much more preservative they are. We also take into consideration what kind of surrounding parents want to give their children. And the need of every parent is also, obviously, our inspiration. We want to make sure each child has a cosy space and the best memories. Can any one of you say you have been swinging on the moon? But our kids will, and this is a nice thought.


You work with wood, natural felt & plywood. How important is the material for the designer and for the consumer? Are those perspectives different?

 

For sure those are different perspectives. I don’t expect the customer to consider how difficult the process of bending the plywood is. But maybe they do? From the designer point of view working with natural materials is the best thing that happened to us. We both hate ubiquitous plastic, and I believe there are more people like us. Working with wood allows us to move towards real craftsmanship with all the good things it brings. Not to mention the smell of joinery!

When it comes to felt, we have a lot of experience with this material and it surely makes our work more effective and helps to find creative solutions. We appreciate the fact that we can work with certified, sustainable materials produced in Europe. It gives us a feeling we are being fair with our customer





How long it takes to make a new cot bed from nothing. From the second an idea comes to your mind to the moment the final piece is ready to be placed in the baby's room?

 

There is no simple answer. Each project is different and this is the best and the worst thing in a designer’s job. Let’s compare two cot beds you’ve just seen. The first one is wooden with some parts upholstered. The idea came to us one evening and just drawing it was so much fun. We figured out a lot of options for different transformations of the bed. But when the day came, we came to reason, too. We knew we had to eliminate some features in the name of safety. Working on the digital project took us a few weeks. getting the prototype ready took even more time. On the entire project, we spent 3 months of intensive work.

Meanwhile, the second one is a simple metal cot. Here the hardest task was to find a new shape, different from anything on the market, but still minimalistic. I think what made the difference for us was the little detail - how the legs and joined with the upper panel. Creating the digital project took us only 1 day, and the whole thing was done within 2 weeks. Simple as that!

 

Is designing a team job? How do you work together and how come you are still on speaking terms?

It is, without any doubt, teamwork. This is the best approach. This way we don’t face unsolvable problems. If one of us can’t find a solution, the other one helps. Sometimes we call the third party to consult. Each design is a result of many people’s work. The two of use usually split work and I take the very beginning and the end - the fist and the final drawings. Mieszko deals with the production and all project discussions in the middle (the harder part, then).

I think that the reason this works so well is that we have a common taste and common goals. Also, we are both reasonable and we answer to argumentation. We don’t argue and we do not force our own crazy visions. Very often the conflict is resolved by safety standards, client or accountant. But the last-mentioned usually spoils all the fun.

 

What are you most proud of?

 

When it comes to nonmaterial things - I think it’s what Kasia just said - the way we cooperate. We spent a lot of time together and this requires withdrawing extreme emotions when things don’t go according to the plan. We motivate & inspire each other. We are a couple of workaholics, who love their job.

If you are asking about physical stuff, then I think at the moment we are most proud of the new Upholstered Cot Bed - so-called transformers among the cot beds. It was the most complex project, where compromising the standards & vision was extremely hard. It took hours in the workshop. I believe the result is unique and worth all those awake nights.





What are you working on right now?

 

The WoolChairs we are sitting on right now are going to have a younger brother and this is the thing that I have on my mind right now. We are also doing final designs for yet another bed - matching the Tipi Clothes Hanger. There are quite a few beds like that on the market, but ours will take into consideration a lot of functions and needs that are usually omitted. And there are new textile patterns. Quite a lot on our plate.

 

And your latest creations? Please tell us some more about the moKee news we’ve just seen.

 

We’ve said quite a lot about the new cot beds. You also had a chance to see a Baby Bouncer - Little Lullay. We tested it a lot, as we not only wanted to create a rocking item but to make sure the felt has a correct shape to sort of tuck the baby in. The other thing is a baby swing in a moon shape. It’s safe, it’s fun but it’s also an amazing designers’ item. The last thing worth mentioning from our novelties is Tipi Clothes Hanger, perfect for any Indian chief.

 

Do you test your designs on the way and how would you accept the fact that you need to start over, as it’s just not working the way it supposed? Are you the “it is working for me” type of people? Or do you go ahead and, crying a little, you tear the project and start a new one?

 

Of course, we are testing all the way. we need to be prepared for the toughest type of customer - children. If something needs to be started from scratch once again, there is no time for crying or holding to the past. we move on with new ideas. It’s refreshing, and sometimes you can go back to the old idea with a new point of view but without unnecessary pressure. It’s not me, who I am designing for, so it wouldn’t make sense to think “ it works for me”. with that kind of approach I wouldn’t get any joy and satisfaction at this job.





How do you stay creative and innovative? How to follow the trends and not to copy the existing solutions?

 

Watching the market closely is the most important thing to see what your competition is doing and to be a step ahead of them. To stay innovative I keep an eye on other industries to see the general trends, so I can anticipate what will be desired and needed by kids and their parents. Different designing industries are constantly interfusing. The important thing in being innovative is looking closely around you because if you are watchful you can find amazing solutions.

 

Any big plans for the next months?

 

We have some big plans, especially for older kids. Expect the transformable Upholstered bed for older siblings, which is fully adjustable to your needs.


Design that newborns love...

We are proud to announce that today we are launching the first-ever felt baby bouncer - moKee Little Lullay!

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The magic of bouncer Little Lullay

by Marta Szczepanik - 15.01.2020

Number one advice the new parents get? SLEEP WHEN THE BABY SLEEPS. Yeah, right.

This could be great advice if only you could cook when the baby cooks, vacuum when the baby vacuums, take a shower when the baby takes a bath & eat when the baby eats. The constant struggle for any new parent for the first months is - doing everything one-handed, often rocking your baby rhythmically.


The only thing that seems to help is a baby bouncer. A bouncer will allow you to cook, vacuum, take a short shower and eat (and a few others) while your baby is rocking in the bouncer with a view on mamma or daddy. It's a must-have.

 


We are proud to announce that today we are launching the first-ever felt baby bouncer - moKee Little Lullay. We have worked on this design for many months, trying to create a bouncer masterpiece.


And here it is - the best materials (FSC beechwood, our favourite wool felt & surgical stainless steel), the new take on design (the legs are swinging up and down just a little bit, to adjust to the baby's weight and body - just like your arms are adjusting to you baby to hold them tight & comfy), beautiful and longlasting. It started with a brave idea, that we can do it slightly different & better. We sketched, we talked, we tested.

Today we are excited to say HERE IT IS!


✓ The first-ever baby bouncer made of felt

✓ Made of the highest quality materials: beechwood, wool felt,       surgical stainless steel

✓ Five-point harness for extra support

✓ Safety strips length can be regulated

✓ Bouncers' legs made of steel allow the whole construction to spring up & down a little, making the bounces comfier for a baby. The felt can adjust its shape to the baby's body.

✓ Includes machine-washable liner

✓ Tested for safety


Design that newborns love...

We are proud to announce that today we are launching the first-ever felt baby bouncer - moKee Little Lullay!

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Winter Bobbles - winter layette!

by Marta Szczepanik - 22.12.2020

With the first blast of cold wind and upcoming Christmas, we are just about to introduce you to our first winter fabric! The madness of bobbles, hats and mittens will not only put you in a joyful mood but will also warm you up and wake up the winter holiday vibes.

The moKee textiles are made with great care, attention to detail and high-quality materials, 100% cotton in this case. The team, who sew products in our Krakow workshop, make every effort to ensure that the textiles our customers chose can be used for many years, from generation to generation.

The new moKee fabric is proof that winter is fun and that regardless of the season we can surprise you with new products!

You will find the pattern of Winter Bobbles on compact and cosy summer-winter moKee sleeping bags, providing comfort at any temperature thanks to two removable covers. Sleeping bags are both a super substitute for the kids bedding in the first months of their life and can be a travel assistant in a pram and car.


And there is also a Winter Bobbles Bedding! Just imagine a lazy, snowy morning with a longer lie-in with your baby. Or a pillow battle if the kids are not big fans of lie-ins.


If you are having a winter baby, moKee Winter Bobbles are a must-have. They go great with a simple design of moKee Mini & Midi Cots and all our Moses Baskets.


Design that newborns love...

The new moKee fabric Winter Bobbles is proof that winter is fun and that regardless of the season we can surprise you with new products!

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22 Dec 2020

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We work without changes

by moKee team - 02.12.2020

Dear Customers,

In view of the continuing high number of infections and the difficult pandemic situation that has been going on for several months, we would like to come back to you with the information that the moKee is functioning unchanged!

All orders are sent through the services of a courier companyand we are sending pacels the next business day. Orders are sent according to standard shipping time or even faster. Christmas time is ahead of us - all orders placed by 17 December, will be delivered before Christmas!

Workshops, factories and our logistics center operate unchanged. Employees have been informed of new procedures and their work is controlled. Employees whose work allows them to work remotely will perform their duties online.

 

A high level of customer service is one of moKee's top priorities. Our employees respond to emails and inquiries and are available every day, including weekends. We would like to remind you that our CUSTOMER SERVICE is at your disposal at tlc@mokee.eu

 

We also encourage you to follow our social profiles, where we share all the information on a regular basis.

 

 

At the same time, we would like to draw your attention to taking all precautions, avoiding clusters of people and following the recommendations of the authorities and WHO. Everyone's safety is now the most important thing.

 

Best wishes,

moKee team

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In view of the continuing high number of infections and the difficult pandemic situation that has been going on for several months, we would like to come back to you with the information that the moKee is functioning unchanged!

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Black & white nursery

2 min read

by Marta Szczepanik marta@mokee.eu

Newborns are not very good at noticing stuff. They like things to be clear. They will never tell pink from red. But they see better if you offer them high contrast visual stimulation. Black & white helps your baby to focus. Focusing helps your baby to develop.

We check probably a million of inspirations, and finally, we decide on one. During the first year of your baby's life, the nursery will be their ENTIRE UNIVERSE. And forever, this first nursery will be the oldest memory and a postcard from childhood.



Black & white is far from boring. It's symmetry, a world of contrasts, a play with shapes and textures. It's boldness. It's also a safe base for adding any other decor in the future. And when in such a space you decide to go for a black cot instead of a white one, the whole nursery gets a cutting-edge vibe, and the nursery looks like no other.

The monochrome interior is a great starting point for future changes in the baby's room. We can say that the black & white room will grow with the baby. As their needs will change, so will the nursery by implementing additional colours and hanging its character.

The monochrome interior is a great starting point for future changes in the baby's room. We can say that the black & white room will grow with the baby. As their needs will change, so will the nursery by implementing additional colours and hanging its character.



Today, we produce everything parents need to create a unique baby space. We follow the trends, and we are proud to say that our cots, Moses baskets and accessories are continuously the heart and beginning of amazing design ideas for beautiful and practical baby rooms.

Download a free catalogue now and see how the nurseries are done nowadays.

Design that newborns love...

Black & white is far from boring. It's symmetry, a world of contrasts, a play with shapes and textures. It's boldness. It's also a safe base for adding any other decor in the future.

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moKee photoshoot: 3 inspiring nurseries everyone can create

6 min read

by Madlena Szeliga madlena@mokee.eu

What we did seemed crazy.

3 days, ALL our products and more (somehow it is possible against the official logic!), 6 kids plus some of our own just acting as set-assistants, 1 photographer, a bunch of amazing stylists and around 2000 pictures to choose from. Oh, and let’s not forget 1 amazing homemade cheesecake we had to share.

That was moKee’s photoshoot weekend in a nutshell.


But let’s go to the tasty details. We’ve dreamt about this photoshoot for some time now, and we finally made it happen. We wanted to show our product range in a new, inspiring set-up. Don’t get us wrong, we still love pastels, but we wanted to show you how bold and breathtaking a nursery can be.

And how different, even though it’s built from the same set of moKee furniture.

We created 3 completely different rooms.

Black & White space

For simplicity lovers, and for all parents who are up to date with the latest newborn psychology studies. Babies love black&white because they can see those colours.

They concentrate better and stay focused longer while looking at contrasting objects.


Kids in a jungle nursery

Because kids are wild by nature! And because nature is the best decorator (see how beautiful the world is, where people haven’t spoilt it yet).

We put animals, flowers, wood and wool in the room, all-natural ingredients, and a lot of green colours and we created a jungle space for kids to act wild!


Go for colours baby room

We wanted to illustrate childhood happiness so we took all the colours of the rainbow and made a room out of them. we feared nothing - there was no colour mix we thought was too brave. The rules of matching colours are good for boring adults. There are no rules here, just pure joy. We strongly believe a room like this will evoke truly childlike creativity, which will stay with you baby forever.


We’ve seen a lot of magic on the set! Our little models were delightful and very professional. We were having so much fun but also had the work done in no time. The smiles were genuine, the joy was pure. No kidding there.

We saw some miracles, too.

A little boy, who never goes to sleep in his cot at home and needs to stay in mommy's arms, fell asleep in moKee Classic Wicker Basket. And wouldn’t leave the place. He was crying his lungs out when the parents wanted to take him out of a basket and head home. Best recommendation ever!

And two sisters that, according to their mum, never play together at home, suddenly started jumping together, laughing, sharing toys, hugging and ended up having the best bath ever.

We consider this the magic of moKee.

The only thing that didn’t seem to work was the coffee machine. But then, we figured it’s just the person writing this post who cannot work the machine. The coffee was great, too.

 

PS. We wanted to thank all brands partnering with us.

Thanks to Czuczu for sending over the best contrast books for newborn.

And thanks for Little lights for the lamps that made those nurseries brighter.

Baby and Travel store - without you guys & your cheerful ducks, the bath would not be the same. Janod - thanks for the colours to play with!

Dekornik - your wallpaper made the jungle seem so real!

I ha ha - without you this would be a much less delightful ride!


Design that newborns love...


Design that newborns love...

We created 3 inspiring nurseries. Bold design, amazing colours, unusuall themes & great furniture. moKee photoshoot was the best adventure we had so far in 2020.

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