Little Lucy Willow
The transition from child to teen can be a tricky one. There will probably be sulks, silence and a sudden penchant for loud music. Some take it in their stride while others may find it a particularly anxious time. Bodies, minds and expectations are changing which can be more than a little daunting. Alongside this emotional rollercoaster comes a change in tastes and a need to feel ‘grown up’. It’s time to pack up those teddies and start thinking art, mirrors and dressing tables perhaps. Considering all this upheaval, ensuring your teen has their own space to relax and unwind after a hard ..
A good night's sleep means a good day at school! View our children's beds. Going back to school, or going for the very first time, can be extremely nerve wracking for children, but it can also be a trying time for parents too. You might be worried that your little one won’t be able to cope without you, or they’ll get swept aside in the mayhem of lunchtime and end up with a rumbling tum! You might be concerned they will crumble without their favourite teddy for comfort or they will struggle to fit in... To ease your worries we’ve put together a list of tips, with the h..
September is rather like spring in that it’s full of promise and new beginnings. New schools, new teachers, new classrooms, new uniforms… It’s a month of starched shirts, shiny shoes and sharpened pencils, that's for sure. At Little Lucy Willow we know what a testing time this can be for little ones, not least if they are starting school or are anxious about moving up a year. That’s why we’ve stocked up on some lovely children’s stationery and school accessories to make the transition that little bit easier. So snuggle up with your budding student and have a browse through our ..
The summer holidays are drawing to a close and it’s almost time to ‘get back into the old routine’... It’s with mixed feelings that I approach this time of year. I’m sad that our family holiday is over and sad for the children that they will soon be under the pressures of school life once more. But I will not be sad to have my house ship shape and organised just the way I like it! And in truth, I won’t be sad to slip ‘back into the old routine’ either, despite it being a phrase often uttered with rolling eyes and a defeated shrug of the shoulders. In fact, ‘the old routine’ is h..
Tilly Nursery Collection Since the launch of our stunning nursery furniture collection, we have been bombarded with interest and queries. So we thought a list of your frequently asked questions might be useful for those all important finer details... Why are the Tilly cot beds so expensive? A lot of effort goes into making a well made cot bed, ours are carved from mahogany. There is also considerable time and expense spent ensuring they are produced to a very high specification in order to pass strict safety standards. Please therefore be assured that these ..
Archie Fairweather Children's Double Bed The idea of children having a double bed all to themselves certainly isn't a new one. However, it hasn’t been such a popular concept until late. More and more parents are now choosing to go down this route for many reasons, including: Maximise bed space in the home - a child’s double bed can always be used by visiting guests if needs be, leaving your little one to camp out on that blow up mattress instead! Save money - once your child has a gorgeous double bed, you may never need to splash out again! Story tim..
Daisy Brambles Combination Wardrobe Aside from a collection of gorgeous beds, Little Lucy Willow produces a comprehensive range of matching children's furniture too. We know that all girls and boys need organisation and consistency in their lives, that’s why our children's furniture isn’t just stunning, it’s also practical and built to last. Each piece has been carefully designed in-house with durability and longevity in mind. Our focus has always been to only make products that we'd be delighted for our own children to use and enjoy. Finished in hardwearing subtle pa..
I don’t know about you, but when school is out, so are the term time sleeping habits of my children! Instead of nice early nights and bright early mornings, we are currently faced with late nights and errm let’s just say interesting early mornings. If only they would lie in for an hour or two! With tired minds come mood swings - which thankfully have been conspicuous by their absence in our house - but I know they’re on their way! So what to do now? Carry on with gay abandon or rein it in and restore some routine? For those attending holiday clubs and nurseries, sleeping pat..
The summer holidays are finally here so let’s hope the sunshine puts in a lengthy appearance too! No more school runs - or daily ‘dodge the traffic warden’. Countless lazy lie ins (for the children at least…) and the prospect of a holiday in the sun if you’re lucky. Sounds good doesn’t it? We all need to re-charge our batteries now and again and even though work may carry on when studying stops, at least the stress is a little less when school is out for the summer. We’re sure that you have lots of fabulous activities and day trips lined up but for those of you who don’t, we’ve got ju..
The end of term is almost here marking the close of yet another chapter in many of our lives. It's a giddy time for everyone not least because we know the holidays are just around the corner! For those of you who shed a tear at the drop of a hat however, you might want to stock up on tissues... It could be that you’re saying goodbye to nursery or bidding farewell to primary school. It might be the transition from infants to juniors that is making you weepy. Whatever it is that sets you off, keep those Kleenex to hand and remember that we’re all in this together! To take your mi..
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