• Are our tie-able babybonnets sensory-friendly?

    It is said that a combination of wool and silk would be sensory-friendly (especially in bonnets). I wondered what this was based on and wether it’s true or not.Bonnets dampen sounds, regardless od their material and I think that that’s ideal for busy birthdays, fairs, or when going into town for the morning. Your baby […]

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  • The best shoe is no shoe!

    The best thing for us humans is to walk around bare foot all day. But while we’d rather do nothing else we can’t fully go without shoes anymore. And if you have to have to wear shoes anyway, because of our streets and the pollution, then what is important and why? A very flexible soleMuscles […]

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  • About Mammoth Wool

    Since our founding, 5,5 years ago, we’ve been searching for the most beautiful and best materials for our collections. After a lot of washing, testing, and dyeing we now have a collection that is beyond pretty. This collection is made from the crème de la crème of wool. Some wool we find on the roll, […]

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  • We love Wool body’s!

    Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, a Body Full! When Jet, the designer behind JETPAQ, became a mother, she couldn’t find the perfect wool body. A body that is perfect for mother and child: perfect for washable diapers, it can be washed quite hot and even can be tumble [...] Continue Reading
  • A coat to wear, keep warm, and be yourself.

    This fall fashion-designers Mirte Engelhard and Jet Teunis will collaborate on a collection of women’s coats for the coolest, strongest women of the Netherlands. Teunis and Engelhard have developed a collection for the femme fatale of 2018. A line of coats in to be a woman in, a mother, but most importantly the most beautiful [...] Continue Reading
  • Mom and Dad know best

    Ever since my pregnancy of Klaas I have been surprised about all the tips and advice, most of which seem more like urgent requests, that flood you as a young parent (to be). How do you find your way in the jungle of possibilities if you have no idea where to begin? Which pieces of [...] Continue Reading
  • Happy Birthday!

    After a critical blog last week, it’s time for something light and fluffy. Last week there was a party in our studio, Klaas turned one year old. Despite the fact that I of course rationally know he won’t remember anything from the festivities last Tuesday, I still thought it was important to put him in [...] Continue Reading
  • Attachment Parenting a sacrifice?

    Recently there were two articles* in the ‘Volkskrant’ that have been stuck in mind for the past few weeks. At the start of this year Hidde Broersma wrote an article about how highly educated women are rejecting modernization by choosing a natural lifestyle and how this has negative consequences on emancipation. In June Loes Reijmer [...] Continue Reading
  • Why Babywearing is so important

    It is European Babywearing Week this week, therefore I am taking a moment to consider ‘babywearing’. When Klaas was born, I already had the baby sling ready. I hadn’t read a lot about ergonomic babywearing, I had no idea why it’s important, I just thought it seemed nice. Four days old and he was already [...] Continue Reading