When grandparents lived at home with the younger generations they offered an indispensable source of help. In today’s modern families, mums often find themselves at home, on their own, relying on safe and indispensable items like play pens to get on with what they need to do.
Play pens are a godsend for mums because mums multi-task all day and need two hands to see to meals, cleaning, etc…
Being able to leave baby playing safely in a play pen for a little while, while she sees to her tasks offers an amazing source of support. Play pens teach baby to become a little independent from mum. The child learns to feel secure within a comfortable space, busy with his toys while mum is not far away. The child is not isolated because while mum is busy making his bottle or running him a bath, mum and baby can still hear and see each other. With this in mind , play pens offer peace of mind to mums who need to answer the phone or answer the door while a crawling or a walking baby is safely playing or sleeping in his play pen away from harm.
If mum has more than one child to care for, playpens offer enough space for both young children to play together in this safe, comfortable environment, helping the children to build a strong bond for each other. There is nothing better than constructive play in a safe environment to become best friends.
When mums meet for a coffee and a chat, their babies can share a play pen. From an early age, babies learn to socialise with other children. They make friends in a safe and controlled environment. Play pens offer a controlled space where babies are safe, occupied, where toys are kept together and give mums a moment of respite.
On a practical note, play pens minimise the amount of tiding up in a very busy home and they keep the young child apart from pets and traffic in a busy home.
They are easy to assemble. They become a cosy space and a source of comfort and support for children and parents. Find out more when you view our collection here.