Nursery & feeding
Cot bed mattresses can cost anywhere from £45 up to £250. Find out if our tests have found any correlation between cot mattress price and performance and if you'd be better with a cheap cot mattress or an expensive one.
Can you save cash by opting for a cheaper brand of nappy? Our latest lab tests of nappies pit Pampers against supermarket brands. Find out who it top of the bots.
Cases of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) are increasing for the first time in 3 years. We look at what you can to reduce the risk in terms of putting your baby to sleep, as well as how to choose the best cot mattress and cot bed for their nursery.
We first tested the Stokke Tripp Trapp in 2009, and have retested it to see how it measures up in 2019, and whether other convertible wooden high chairs are giving the Tripp Trapp a run for its money. We've also just published new reviews of nine other high chairs, including a retest of the Chicco Polly Magic and tests on two Hauck models.
Our recent test of six cot mattresses found three disappointing Don’t Buys and two Best Buys. Find out those cot mattresses we'd suggest you avoid and those you might want to consider adding to your nursery shopping list.
We’ve pitted two of the biggest British nursery furniture brands against each other. Find out which cot bed manufacturer you should invest in kit out your baby’s nursery.
Discover the sources of breastfeeding help for new mums, your rights when breastfeeding in public, and breastfeeding alternatives.
Premium British baby brand Silver Cross has a new range of cot mattresses costing between £99 and £199. Should you buy one for your baby’s cot bed? Read on for everything you need to know about this new cot mattress range.
Medela is revealed to be the most popular brand of breast pump, as rated by parents. When we asked more than 1,000 mums* which breast pumps brands they owned and...
A new formulation of Aptamil powdered baby milk formula might be making babies sick, according to parents on social media, with some calling for the powdered milk to be recalled....