Babies are pretty cute, right? I had never held a baby until last month. Yup, 33 years and 10 months of never, ever holding a baby due to an immense fear of dropping one that didn't belong to me. I'd like to say that when I finally succumbed to peer pressure and cradled a wriggling poppet for the first time, my maternal instinct soared and I was a complete natural, but instead I just said, "Oh! I thought it would be more like a cat!". The baby in question was - of course - lovely and beautiful and warm and made little chirruping noises, and since I didn't drop her, there's no stopping me now. I will cuddle your baby. I'm making up for lost time. Watch me go. Obviously I'll cuddle your cat, too, but that was always a given.
One way in which babies trump cats is their ability to be dressed up (although...). We're already rabid fans of Gillian Kyle, and her range of baby and kids' clothes makes a cute thing even cuter. Imagine your favourite wee rascal adorned with your favourite teatime treat! This Tunnock's teacake babygro is £16.50 and comes in sizes 3-6 months or 12-18 months.
Can you wean a baby with haggis? I'll leave that up to you. What you definitely CAN do is buy said baby a haggis bib to make mealtimes a) more fun, and b) a bit cleaner. It's £8.50.
Toddlers needn't feel left out, thanks to this Mother's Pride baseball tee, available in blue or pink. Mega-cute and just £8.50! Altogether now: AW.
Slightly bigger kids get in on the action with these Tunnock's teacake tees. This extra-special foil print version is £18.50 and comes in sizes 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8 years. A red and white non-foil tee is just £10.50 and comes in two sizes to fit ages 6 to 8.