Raising a confident child is all about finding the right amount of support, protection, and independence you can give him. In turn, this will help your little one become a happy and competent adult, with a positive sense of self.
Meet Nesto, our playfully modern collection with versatile design that fits any room style. P'kolino Nesto Collection is designed and tested to meet the highest standards of quality and safety. Keeping it simple is not as simple as it seems. The no-nonsense design of our Nesto Collection was worth all the hard work when the result is a timeless look.Read More
Babies come with an innate need and ability to suck. They start doing it in the womb where they suck their thumb, and after birth, they know what to do when put on the breast. This reflex is important because it is how they get sustenance and also because it soothes them.Read More
Mother's day is almost here! The day in which our kids and loved ones spoiled us with cute and thoughtful gifts, and delicious breakfasts in bed. And what a better way to celebrate this special day than preparing a delicious cake with your kids.
Take a look at this great recipe from the amazing Jamie Oliver:Read More
Having a dedicated room for your child's creative pursuits is good idea because it keeps toys and clutter out of the rest of the house, but that doesn't mean you won't want to keep your playroom tidy. An out-of-control playroom will make the kids (and you!) reluctant to go in there.
Additionally, well-organized playroom is more than just easy on the eyes, it helps little ones focus, encourages creativity and is easier to keep it clean.
Here are a few tips for organizing the playroom:Read More
Although it might seem like it is all just fun and games, playing outside is an important aspect of a child’s growth and development. Children benefit mentally, physically, and socially from their experiences while playing outside in the sun, and it encourages them to be imaginative and curious.
When your little one comes to the world, your first concern is that they are whole and healthy. Over the coming weeks and as they continue to grow, you look out for milestones that indicate that they are growing and developing normally.