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A great way to shop.

I like to shop. Every now and then I find myself in a store that is a treasure trove. So many gorgeous things! So much excellent design and attractive aesthetic. I could spend a million, easy. These shops are headed up by brave everyday people, curating a delightful mix of products, driven by impeccable taste and passion. We are honoured that sometimes these store owners have chosen to stock Pouch Australia products. We are so chuffed that play pouch and mini pouch sit with other brilliant items on the shelves of these stores – merchandised so beautifully in environments that delight the customer. The shop owners have a commitment to bring special products to their people, their community. We are delighted...

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YAY mum, YAY dad!

This blog post is a shout out to mums and dads… all you wonderful people who keep daily life rolling in busy family homes. Thank you for keeping life on the up. For food shopping, cooking, cleaning, washing, folding, sorting rubbish, booking appointments, reading readers, remembering show-and-tell etc... juggling all the commitments of family life while keeping little souls safe and happy. Further yay to the bread-winners – the mums and dads who work, loving it or not, to bring in the bacon to keep the family equipped and provide basics and beyond. Simplifying things, we know it matters to celebrate birthdays, wins and losses, simple dinners, quiet book reading, holidays of pj days, spaces of time with friends and...

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Dressing Up.

Happy Halloween! Dressing up is certainly alive and well today. But what about dress-ups just for play on other days of the year?  When I was a kid (many years ago), we had relatively modern built-in cupboards in our humble suburban home. I was the youngest of three girls and on special occasions like Christmas or when family friends were over and sometimes on boring school holiday days, old suitcases would be dragged down from the unreachable heights of the upper level of the cupboards. My sisters, friends and I would delight in dressing up in random outfits. Shawls, cowhide belts, leather boots and pearl necklaces would get their moments in the light. As time passed, medal-winning gym leotards and bridesmaid's...

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Keeping Jude Safe

When the idea for play pouch came about, my third son Jude was about the size of a peanut in my belly. I had no idea at that point how important and relevant the play pouch would become in our lives not just for the quick tidy up, toy storage and creative play but for keeping Jude safe! Jude has special needs and requires a lot more care and attention than his older brothers Will and Malvie. At age 4 he is still in nappies and requires help with most daily self-care functions and activities and EVERYTHING goes in his mouth! Play pouch continues to keep Jude entertained at his older brother’s games of cricket and soccer, countless family and friend...

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LEGO - the heirloom toy

Lego is timeless and ageless. Yes, sure the packaging has changed and clever ways of getting us to buy more Lego are part of this day and age. But how cool is it that kids of today are so often building on a collection that started with their mum or dad? So often we hear from our customers about the hand-me-down collection that is being built upon by the next generation. And I can’t help but love the grandmas who have refused to pass on the Lego to the son or daughter, but keep it at their house for the grandkids! We often hear about the denim and string bag from the 80s that helped to make Lego play a...

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