Hippychick offers a helping hand to customers
Hippychick is always on hand to help its customers when the going gets tough.
And given they have an abundant supply of loo roll at the HQ, they are delighted to share it with customers who may find themselves caught short.
On Friday 19th March, Hippychick will be popping a free loo roll into every customer order over £20 placed on line at www.hippychick.com
Julia Minchin, Founder and Managing and Director at Hippychick said: ‘With parents facing a very challenging time ahead with panic buying and shortages of grocery essentials, we hope that this gift will come as a very welcome surprise!’
Hippychick is also here to help families who may find themselves stuck at home for a long period of time with under 5’s, offering an expertly curated portfolio of quality toys for 0-3s, that are not only beautifully stylish but also promote active play and encourage creativity.
‘With the possibility of self-isolation for families becoming ever more a reality we need to find ways to offer parents a solution for getting through these challenging times.
Our message to parents is that they shouldn’t necessarily fear quarantine in their own homes but see it as a potential benefit and a time for spending genuine quality time together.’
Of course, not being able to go out is going to be a challenge for everyone and particularly those who may live in places where space is tight. But Hippychick has all sorts of solutions and advice available through their website.
Julia offers her top tips for creative play:
- Don’t give them too many toys at once - bring out one or two at a time and maximise play time with each.
- Try not to get too stressed out about mess. Turn a dedicated area of your house into a play zone and leave them to do their thing.
- Don’t try and amuse and entertain your children relentlessly. Boredom (to a degree) is healthy and can help trigger them into using their own imaginations to invent their own play opportunities.
- Try to limit instruction. Put a toy on the table and let them work things out for themselves. This is a great way to encourage creativity.
- Go through your old clothes and shoes, put them in the box and let them riffle through and play at dressing up. You can’t beat those good old-fashioned games that children have been playing for centuries!
Further press information from: Heloise D’Souza, DSouzaPR Ltd, Tel: 01460 239299/07770 988 612