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Tips Memilih Car Seat Untuk Bayi dan Anak

sewa car seat

Hi Babyloania Moms!

Yuk, pilih car seat yang tepat untuk si kecil dan biasakan si kecil selalu duduk di car seat selama perjalanan. Safety comes first!  Berikut tips memilih car seat yang tepat untuk anak Anda:

1. Infant car seat.

Anak di bawah 1 tahun dapat menggunakan rear facing child seat. Kursi jenis ini dianjurkan untuk digunakan sampai berat 13 kg atau sekitar 1 tahun.

Sewa infant car seat di Babyloania. Klik di sini.

2. Toddler car seat

Kursi jenis ini digunakan untuk anak usia 1-5 tahun dan dapat menghadap ke depan. 

Sewa infant car seat di Babyloania. Klik di sini.

3. Booster seat.

Anak yang lebih besar dapat menggunakan kursi ini sampai ia bisa menggunakan seat belt sendiri, biasanya usia 4-11 tahun.

4. Seat belt.

Jika anak sudah dapat menggunakan seatbelt dengan benar, tidak diperlukan lagi kursi pengaman. Biasanya setelah usia 11 tahun.

Dalam membeli car seat juga perlu diperhatikan berat badan maksimum anak bagi car seat tersebut ya!

 

Kenapa Harus Beli, Jika Bisa Sewa Box Bayi dari Cotonnier?

Hi Babyloania Moms!

Saya Gita, Marketing Manager Babyloania. Saya ingin sedikit berbagi pengalaman ketika saya mengandung anak pertama saya, Luqman, di tahun 2012. Saya harus merogoh kocek senilai Rp20juta untuk mengisi kamar bayi dengan seperangkat boks bayi, lemari baju, dan baby tafel yang dibuat dari bahan kayu yang bermutu. Penyewaan barang bayi di saat itu belum banyak, apalagi yang menyewakan barang-barang dengan kualitas berkelas seperti Babyloania.

Fast forward to 2017, boks bayi tersebut sudah tidak pernah digunakan sama sekali selain untuk tempat melipat baju-baju anak yang baru disetrika. Karena dibuat dari bahan kayu jadi memang strukturnya masih kuat, namun cat duco-nya mulai menguning dan mengelupas sana-sini. Setelah bergabung di Babyloania, saya hanya bisa menghela nafas penyesalan melihat beragamnya barang yang bisa disewa, dari boks bayi yang bisa menjadi co-sleeper sampai bouncer bayi dengan fungsi dan bentuk yang mutakhir.

Tahun ini, Babyloania mendapat kesempatan untuk berkolaborasi dengan Cotonnier untuk menghadirkan tempat tidur bayi dari bahan kayu yang kuat dengan desain klasik dan berkelas yang tak lekang dimakan waktu. Saya ingat setiap kali melewati Cotonnier, saya sering melihat-lihat furnitur mereka karena super naksir dengan desain dan warna-warna produk mereka yang menarik. Namun apa daya, harga masih di luar budget.

Saya senang sekali karena sekarang, customer Babyloania bisa menyewa crib cantik Cotonnier beserta kelambu dan bedding set-nya di sini:

sewa box bayi
sewa tempat tidur bayi

 

Why Cotonnier?

  1. Bahan kayu dan cat pilihan yang sangat aman untuk bayi karena dibuat mengikuti standar keamanan yang ketat.
  2. Terbuat dari kombinasi mahogany solid wood dan plywood yang berat dan kokoh.
  3. Jarak antar jeruji hanya 6 cm sehingga tidak dapat dilewati kepala bayi.
  4. Tidak terdapat tiang sudut yang dapat menyebabkan pakaian anak tersangkut sehingga menghindarkan risiko bayi tercekik.
  5. Sistem kunci pagar yang tidak mudah untuk dibuka oleh anak kecil
  6. Dua posisi ketinggian matras yang dapat disesuaikan dengan usia bayi.
  7. Pilihan desain yang classic dan classy untuk kamar anak yang bergaya.
  8. Dilengkapi dengan kelambu, baby bumper serta bedding set (seprai dan bed skirt) yang bisa Anda pilih sesuai dengan selera.
  9. Matras latex yang berkualitas dan nyaman untuk bayi dari lahir.
  10. Brand terpercaya yang sudah bertahun-tahun mendesain boks bayi untuk deretan customer papan atas.

Hindari kesalahan saya membeli boks bayi yang penggunaannya sangat singkat namun harganya sungguh spektakuler. Sewa hanya di Babyloania dan hemat hingga puluhan juta, namun tetap bisa mendapatkan nursery yang nyaman untuk mommy and baby, serta pastinya… instagrammable! ;)

Pustakalana Bag of Books F (1-3 years)

  1. Olivia and the Missing Toy (Ian Falconer) - Hardcover 42 pages

Olivia has one toy that she loves more than anything. She feeds him, dresses him and takes him everywhere. So when he disappears, Olivia is FURIOUS!

She looks under the rug, under the sofa, under the cat. She shouts at Ian and baby William, she cries, she stomps...all to no avail. Then, one dark and stormy night, Olivia hears a noise...Clutching a candelabra, she creeps bravely into her bedroom, and sees a huge menacing shadow on the wall. Who is this monster, and what's that hanging from his jaws?

All is resolved peacefully in this entertaining story starring our favorite pig and her favorite toy.
    1. I Want My Potty (Tony Ross) - Paperback 24 pages

    The Little Princess hates nappies, and thinks there must be something better. At first she thinks the Royal potty is even worse - but she soon learns to love it, even if it isn't always there exactly when she needs it.

    The first book in this favourite series from Tony Ross will introduce young readers to the ever-demanding but lovable Little Princess. Ross's illustrations are full of character and humour, bringing the story vividly to life. This is classic picture book entertainment - and will be especially appreciated by any children who are learning to love their potty themselves!

    1. If you give a pig a pancake (Laura Numeroff) - Hardcover 32 pages

    If you give a pig a pancake, she'll want some syrup to go with it. You'll give her some of your favourite maple syrup, and she'll probably get all sticky, so she'll want to take a bath. She'll ask you for some bubbles. When you give her the bubbles...

    1. The More We Get Together (Carolyne Jane) - Boardbook 12 pages

    The second in Caroline Jayne Church's three-book song series! This well-loved preschool favorite has never before been published as a children's book, and it's sure to have kids clapping. The illustrations of squeezable toddlers are absolutely irresistible, and foil on the cover makes the book shine on-shelf. Get together with the one you love and share this delightful book!

    Pustakalana Bag of Books E (1-3 years)

    1. My Very First Book Of Colors (Eric Carle) - Boardbook 20 pages

    What color is a bluebird? Easy to answer, but even easier when you have thecolor to match it with. Find the color in the top half of a page that matches the picture on the bottom half. From pink flowers to purple grapes, this colorful book is full of fun and surprises. Children will love solving these color puzzles featuring Eric Carle's bold and vibrant artwork.
      1. Boats Board Book (Byron Barton) - Boardbook 16 pages

      Byron Barton introduces young readers to all different kinds of boats in this bold and colorful board book. With simple text and vibrant illustrations, readers will learn about transportation by boat.

      1. Winnie-the-Pooh's ABC (A.A. Milne) - Boardbook 26 pages

      Learning the alphabet is more fun when the setting is the Hundred Acre Wood. Familiar scenes from the Milne and Shepard classics introduce not only the concepts of letters and words, but also Pooh and his friends. This sturdy board book with an elegant, timeless look has been designed to attract the most discerning Pooh fans and to delight their favorite toddlers.

      1. Shapes That Roll (Karen Nagel) - Hardcover 40 pages

      Some shapes roll . . . some don't. Some shapes stack . . . others won't. Some shapes lie down . . .while others stand tall. Circles, squares, and triangles, even ovals and diamonds, are endlessly and intriguingly entertaining in Steve Wilson's world. Karen Nagel's rhythmic text is brought to life by Wilson's troupe of uniquely-shaped characters.

      1. Ten Tiny Tickles (Karen Katz) - Boardbook 32 pages

      From one tiny tickle on a lovely little head to ten twirling tickles on tender tubby toes, this book counts up the number of tickles each member of the family gives from one to ten! This charming Karen Katz board book with a counting concept is perfect for sharing with even the youngest readers!

      6. Clifford's Schoolhouse (Norman Bridwell) - Boardbook 10 pages

      Clifford the big red dog is everyone's best friend. Now, when it's time to go to school, Clifford will be right there beside you, learning about colors, numbers, shapes, and the letters of the alphabet. Clifford's Schoolhouse is a big house-shaped board book with more than 60 flaps to lift. Peek behind the multicolored windows of the school to discover purple plums, green leaves, and orange pumpkins. Venture inside to find numbered cubbies with one lunchbox, two boots, three hats, and so on up to ten bones--Clifford's nose is parked right outside that cubby. Then it's time to learn the ABCs, explore shapes, and read some stories (lift the flap of a tiny book called "Rabbits" by Harold Hopper to see a picture of an ensconced bunny and the text: "A rabbit lives in a burrow").

      Pustakalana Bag of Books D (1-5 years)

      1. Snow (Uri Shulevitz) - Paperback 32 pages

      No one thinks one or two snowflakes will amount to anything. Not the man with the hat or the lady with the umbrella. Not even the television or the radio forecasters. But one boy and his dog have faith that the snow will amount to something spectacular, and when flakes start to swirl down on the city, they are also the only ones who know how to truly enjoy it. This playful depiction of a snowy day and the transformation of a city is perfectly captured in simple, poetic text and lively watercolor and pen-and-ink illustrations.
        1. Mr. Brown Can Moo Can You? (Dr Seuss) - Boardbook 24 pages

        Moo moo! Hoo hoo! Cock-a-doodle-doo! Oh, the wonderful sounds Mr. Brown can do. Now see if you can do them too! This fabulous book is ideal for teaching young children all about noises!

        This delightful book forms part of the second stage in HarperCollins’ major Dr. Seuss rebrand programme. With the relaunch of 10 more titles in August 2003, such all-time favourites as How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? and Dr. Seuss’ Sleep Book boast bright new covers that incorporate much needed guidance on reading levels: Blue Back Books are for parents to share with young children, Green Back Books are for budding readers to tackle on their own, and Yellow Back Books are for older, more fluent readers to enjoy. Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? belongs to the Blue Back Book range.

        1. The Crown on Your Head (Nancy Tillman) - Boardbook 34 pages

        We know our children are special, and now the incomparable Nancy Tillman expresses this universal feeling in the most touching of ways: Every child is born with a crown. The crown is everything that gives us unique value. Our crown will always be with us wherever we go, whatever we do.

        1. My City/ Mi Ciudad (Rebecca Emberley) - Paperback 28 pages

        My City/ Mi Ciudad is a delightful board book by Rebecca Emberley, introducing young readers to words in both English and Spanish.

        1. My Very First Book of Numbers (Eric Carle) - Boardbook 20 pages

        Can you tell how many cherries there are? How many apples? In the brilliantly colorful My Very First Book of Numbers, children can find the number of fruits in the bottom half of a page that matches the number of boxes and numerals in the top half. This new, bilingual edition will also allow them to match English and Spanish words for each. Children will love solving the puzzles of this clever, vibrant book.

        6. Ball (Mary Sullivan) - Boardbook 32 pages

        A dog with a ball is one of the most relentlessly hopeful creatures on Earth. After his best little-girl pal leaves for school, this dog hits up yoga mom, baby, and even the angry cat for a quick throw. No luck. Forced to go solo, the dog begins a hilarious one-sided game of fetch until naptime's wild, ball-centric dream sequence. The pictures speak a thousand words in this comic book-style ode to canine monomania. Ball? Ball.

        Pustakalana Bag of Books C (1-5 years)

        1. The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs! (Lane Smith) - Hardcover 32 pages

        "There has obviously been some kind of mistake," writes Alexander T. Wolf from the pig penitentiary where he's doing time for his alleged crimes of 10 years ago. Here is the "real" story of the three little pigs whose houses are huffed and puffed to smithereens... from the wolf's perspective. This poor, much maligned wolf has gotten a bad rap. He just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, with a sneezy cold, innocently trying to borrow a cup of sugar to make his granny a cake. Is it his fault those ham dinners--rather, pigs--build such flimsy homes? Sheesh.
          1. A Special Kind of Love (Stephen Michael King) - Hardcover 32 pages

          Boxes might seem an odd medium for expressing love, but for the emotionally reserved father in this touching story, they're just the ticket. Boxed in by his inability to articulate his feelings for his son, he transforms boxes ("Big boxes. Round boxes. Small boxes.... All kinds of boxes!") into kites, castles, bird feeders, go-carts, airplanes and any number of other wonderful things to enchant a small boy. This sensitive tale, an Australian import by a first-time author and illustrator, unfolds in spare prose set against a sweeping backdrop of comical illustrations brimming with energy. King's deft cross-hatching and other distinctive uses of ink refine his casual watercolors, and a childlike sense of play informs his compositions. To show "small boxes," for example, he has Dad adjusting the lens of a microscope; the airplane is the same kind Snoopy flies to fight the Red Baron. The book's sweet, satisfying message will resonate with preschoolers, whose own parental bonds typically form the sum and substance of daily life.

          1. Big And Little A Book Of opposites (Richard Scarry) - Paperback 24 pages

          Provides examples of opposites in brief stories, verses, and labeled illustrations.

          1. An Egg Is an Egg (Nicki Weiss) - 32 pages

          A gentle and comforting story about a small boy and his mother as they discuss the changes in the simple things around them. An egg becomes a chick; a seed becomes a flower; day becomes night. But the important thing--the love they share--never changes. A wonderful progression is maintained throughout in text, page colors, and illustrations. As she did so successfully in Where Does the Brown Bear Go? (Greenwillow, 1989), Weiss employs a two-sentence refrain to reinforce the theme.

          1. It Begins with an A (Stephanie Calmenson & Marisabina Russo) - Paperback 27 pages

          PreSchool-K-- Yet another alphabet book nudges its way into a crowded, but receptive, market. It Begins with an A has the child appeal of a riddle book combined with the practicality of an alphabet book. Each page has four pictures, four clues, and a question, "What is it?" In most cases the "what" is easily guessed. For the uncertain, there is a guide at the back with picture and word answers. The illustrations offer adequate support to the text and have a nice mix of ages, genders, and ethnicity. Their childlike simplicity could remind youngsters of their own artwork, although the control of an artist is evident. A muted palette strong in secondary colors may be a relief to those weary of bright splashes of primary color or wispy pastels. Preschoolers will delight in responding to "What is it?"

          6. Maisy Goes to School (Lucy Cousins) - Hardcover 16 pages

          Who knew school could be this much fun? Maisy paints pictures, writes stories, dances like a ballerina, and even adds and subtracts in this interactive book about the cheery little mouse. Pull a tab to make the pencil in Maisy's paw scribble back and forth in her notebook. Lift the lid of a red chest to find costumes for dress-up. And pull another tab to see the fish in the aquarium dart from behind the plant when Maisy tosses food their way. Fans of the lovable white mouse will adore this story from Lucy Cousins, especially pre-preschoolers who are wondering just what goes on in this mysterious school they've been hearing about. Large print, crayon-bright colors, and thickly outlined pictures make Maisy stories a favorite for the youngest readers (or almost-readers).

          Pustakalana Bag of Books B (2-8 years)

          1. The Dark (Lemony Snicket & Jon Klassen) - 40 pages

          Laszlo is afraid of the dark. The dark lives in the same house as Laszlo. Mostly, though, the dark stays in the basement and doesn't come into Lazslo's room. But one night, it does. This is the story of how Laszlo stops being afraid of the dark. With emotional insight and poetic economy, two award-winning talents team up to conquer a universal childhood fear.
            1. Leonardo, the Terrible Monster (Mo Willem) - 48 pages

            Leonardo is truly a terrible monster-terrible at being a monster that is. No matter how hard he tries, he can't seem to frighten anyone. Determined to succeed, Leonardo sets himself to training and research. Finally, he finds a nervous little boy, and scares the tuna salad out of him! But scaring people isn't quite as satisfying as he thought it would be. Leonardo realizes that he might be a terrible, awful monster-but he could be a really good friend.

            1. Bear at Home (Stella Blackstone & Debbie Harter) - 24 pages

            Follow the Bear on a guided tour of his cosy home. Wander through the various rooms, from the kitchen 'all clean and neat', through the playroom with its 'great big toy chest' and end up in the bedroom 'where Bear says goodnight. Part of the "Bear" series, this work promotes early language development.

            1. Mouse count (Ellen Walsh) - 32 pages

            In this charming companion to Mouse Paint, Ellen Stoll Walsh introduces the concept of counting forward and backward in a suspenseful story that will keep young readers guessing. “The rhythm follows the illustrations in a glissando; one can almost hear the background music.”--The Horn Book

            1. Curious George Goes to a Movie (Margret Rey) - 24 pages

            The movie that George and the man with the yellow hat have been waiting to see is now playing! But once they’re inside the darkened theater, the film doesn’t hold George’s attention for long. He is curious about that light coming from the window in the back of the room, but curious little monkeys and film projectors do not mix!

            6. Baby Einstein: The ABC's of Art (Julie Aigner-Clarke) - 64 pages

            Young children will discover the world of fine art in Baby Einstein's The ABCs of Art. Each letter of the alphabet is introduced to children through photographs of famous works of art from Van Gogh to Warhol. In addition to learning the alphabet, children will develop a lifelong love of art through exploring the pages of this beautifully illustrated book.

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