Welcome to Thula Loola

We are SA’s most beautiful Baby, Bump & Beyond boutique specialising in one of a kind products.

Made with Love

We handpicked all our brands to ensure that all our products are unique and of the best quality.

Shopping Made Easy

We know how crazy being a new mom can be. At Thula Loola new mommies can enjoy shopping for their little bundles of joy in the comfort of their own relaxed environment.

Reliability

Giving every Thula Loola shopper peace of mind with every online purchase!!

Thula Loola

MY TINY TEEPEE

Baby / Beyond

MIA MAE

Baby

NOONOO PIE

Baby / Beyond

FOREVAV

Baby / Beyond

UBUNTU BABA

Baby / Beyond

Cawi Kids & Co.

Baby / Beyond

LULLA DOLL

Baby / Beyond

OH LIEF

Baby / Beyond / Bump

BARE NATURALS

Baby / Beyond

SUGAR & VICE

Beyond

MALLY LEATHER BAGS

Beyond

KIKKI & FRANKI

Baby

CHERRY DOT STUDIO

Baby / Beyond

Major John

Lafede

Baby / Beyond / Bump

The Linden Coop | Avavi Collection

Baby / Beyond

MY LITTLE PEANUT

Baby / Beyond

Did you know?

Soothe Sore Gums

Simply rubbing a clean finger over sore gums can temporarily numb the pain. Giving your baby something clean and cool to bite on may make her more comfortable by providing a welcome distraction from any pain.

Chances are your baby will find things to chew on herself. Your baby may find teething rings helpful. If your baby has started on solid foods, you could also let them gnaw on a peeled, chilled vegetable, such as a carrot, or a hard crust of bread. Be sure to keep an eye on them though. Avoid using anything that could be broken into hard pieces, as she could choke on them.

Anything cold will be soothing, so keep teethers in the fridge or give your baby a well-chilled, damp flannel to bite on. Don’t give her anything from the freezer though, as it could hurt her gums. Cold water in a bottle or, if she prefers, a feeding cup, may also help to calm their gums. If she’s old enough for solid foods, offer their cold purees or plain yoghurt. There will be times, however, when your baby will reject all of these offerings. This is when a cuddle is the best therapy you can supply!

Week 4

Your growing baby is not even 3mm long yet and still not much bigger than a poppy seed. Despite the tiny size there’s plenty going on as the embryo splits into three different sections!

In one section the brain and central nervous system are already beginning to take shape as their neural tubes develop. In the other two sections, the heart and circulatory system are already beginning to form and the lungs and intestines are in the very early stages of development.

Mom & Baby

Your partner’s back at work, and your mother-in-law just left for the airport. That means you’re on your own. Eep! Start with a schedule: eat, play, nap, take a walk around the block. Keep expectations low on how much you’ll get done — taking care of baby and sneaking in ZZZs should be your first priority. Help differentiate day and night by taking a shower and getting dressed, even if you’ll be staying in all day. (Put the bouncy seat in the bathroom while you wash your hair.) Relish the cuddle time — especially in those first weeks. “There’s nothing better than reading a book with Margot sleeping against my chest,” Taylor says. When your baby’s alert and active, usually after eating, read to her, show her toys and give her wiggle time on the floor. “Five to 10 minutes of playtime is plenty for a young baby,” says clinical psychologist Elizabeth Lombardo Ph.D.

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