Rose ou Bleu -Unique and Canadian Items for Baby *GIVEAWAY
So you find out you are pregnant! Congratulations – this is a very exciting time in your life. One that unfortunately goes by far too quickly. You all of a sudden become very overwhelmed with all of the STUFF that comes along with baby. There are strollers, cribs, diaper bags, bottles. The list goes on and on.
I honestly think that it is best to open a baby registry. That way you can pick the things that you want for your baby. There will be less of a chance of duplicate gifts and you will be able to gage what you really need versus what you want!
I was recently introduced to the beautiful store Rose ou Bleu! They have a brick and mortar store in Quebec but their online store is just fantastic. The site is totally user friendly and they have a gift registry option for customers!
If you love unique, beautiful baby items this store is for you. It (ALMOST) makes me want to have another baby. If you are a regular reader of the blog you know how we love to support Canadian companies and so does Rose ou Bleu! They carry several lines of Canadian made products and businesses!
Maman Kangourou baby carriers is a company started by two young moms and the carriers are made right in Quebec. There are several different styles and colours available on the site. I am a huge fan of baby carrying. Not only is it perfect for skin to skin bonding with baby but it gives you your hands back when you need to get stuff done 😀
I am absolutely in love with these wall decals from Adzif. Another designed and made in Quebec company. These decals can be moved from wall to wall without any stains or stickiness. Painting a room is lots of work. They can go up and down easily!
If you are pregnant and thinking of starting a gift registry you should definitely check theirs out HERE. It is super easy to set up and there are also information seminars to learn about the products you are choosing and you will be happy with the choices that you are making. Also any order over $150 ships for free across Canada.