There are tons of topics on there - from a directory showing all kinds of kid related businesses and places to go, to the amazing competitions page (but don't enter, m'kay, cos I kind of want to win - the prizes are hot!)
As well as all that there are some great discounts on some great products - and I'm not just waffling here.
My husband and I are very safety conscious for our boys - so much so that he picked a bright orange pushchair that was much more visible than the cool black one I had selected - and we put reflective stickers on the wheels, strapped reflective strips around the bars and - at night, if we're walking - toddler had a reflective vest to wear.
Only the reflective vest was way too big - and he could easily take it off and - let's be honest - he looked ridiculous.
This product here though - check it out - this is a magical safety conscious coat - that happens to be super stylish - for kids, created by the clever peeps B-Scene.
The coat - in stylish designs for boys and girls - has a clever little trick - check it out:
Now - I don't know why nobody thought of this before - but B-Scene have incorporated some clever threads, made with reflective magic, that work in the same way as that embarrassing, ugly vest that we used to put on the toddler - and it fits, it's stylish and it's warm.
This coat - in different designs for girls and boys, both very stylish and smart, is a genius safety creation for parents with small humans who dash around like crazy folk on walks - when the nights are short and you're nervous out and about, this is just an amazing idea.
So Sara, from Kids One Stop Shop, got in touch with the offer for me to chat to you about her website - which is great - and offered me the chance to review this coat. I had already decided we needed to get one of these coats, so I was thrilled. Even more so when it arrived and it's not just clever, it's brilliantly well made, warm, comfortable and makes the toddler look extra dishy. (He's very dishy anyway, and I like when things make him look stylish!)
Jellybean thought he would help out putting the coat through its paces the day it arrived: we popped the coat on first thing and headed into town - Jellybean loved that he could fasten it himself and the hood (he's a fan of hoods - I can't decide if it's because he can play peepo, or if he's a wannabe gangasta)
He obliged by wiping his nose on the sleeve, chewing on the cuffs and then coughing until he vomited all over the front. Nice.
So we got to find out very quickly how comfortable, how warm, how stylish and how cute it was - AND how well it washed and dried on a quick wash! I was pleased with how well it washed - his last coat went all lumpy and bobbly the first time I washed it - but this one came out looking exactly the same as it had brand new (that morning) and the vomit came out very nicely!
It can't be washed above 30 degrees - but I'm down with that, being the energy conserving type!
Another thing this coat has that Jellybean likes is lots of pockets - he can zip, velcro and pop things into his many pockets and then spend ages digging around in them and telling people all about the contents - this isn't always convenient - but it's cute!
So I'm thrilled with this coat - he wears it every day and in the mornings as I drop him with his childminder, and in the evening when we get home, he's warm, comfortable and - most importantly in the gloom of winter - clearly visible to any passing traffic.
What a very, very clever idea!
You want to know something even better? B-Scene coats are half price - that's what I said - HALF PRICE - at the magnificent Kids One Stop Shop, and you can wrap this super brilliant product around your child, keeping them warm and safe all winter, for a mere £22.50 - don't even think about telling me that isn't a great price for an excellent product?!
Pop over there now to pick your own coat up - and whilst you're there, click around - the website is growing every day with new info, new lines, new pre-loved offers and new ideas for things to do in your area. Couldn't be better, right?!