Have a nice trip! 7 great items to bring on a trip or to play adventures and travel


It’s hard not to fall in love with the skills put into these beautiful

and sustainable toys

and interiors for your child. 

Inventive, imaginative and very attractive in the kids room as well!

We’ve chosen 7 items that would also be great to bring on a trip


Or they can become a part of the imaginative play about the faraway countries and adventures discoveries.

Those binoculars and camera would be great

to play with in the backseat of the car, or on the plane,


and the tricycle is so great to bring for that toddler

who can’t walk long stretches yet,

but would definitely be able to follow along on a push-bike!


It can get chilly on the plain or with air conditioning in the car.

Your child will be happy to have a soft, handy blanket to cuddle with, relax and make the waiting time a bit cozier.


1. Studio Roof 3-D horse

2. Fanny and Alexander  wooden binoculars

3. Fab goose cloud blanket

4. Shusha Toys tree

5. Fanny and Alexander wooden camera

6. Wishbone bike 

7. Fab goose mouse cushion

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You can buy this beautiful Softy Cloud baby blanket or Big Booty Mouse Woolen Cushion by simply clicking on the product images:

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The smile that flickers on a baby’s lips when he sleeps – does anyone know where it was born?

Fox tail blanket in a basket


The smile that flickers on a baby’s lips when he sleeps – does anyone know where it was born?



there is a rumour

that a young pale beam of a crescent moon

touched the edge of a vanishing autumn cloud,

and there the smile was first born

in the dream of a dew-washed morning.”


Rabindranath Tagore


You can buy this beautiful Fox tails (foxes have 5 different tails to discover) blanket by simply clicking on the product images:


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A story of wanderlust – The tradition of storytelling


Stories blanket olive green red

Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?

That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.

I don’t much care where

Then it doesn’t matter which way you go.

Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland


Our stories start here… with a good book and a comfy blanket! 

The tradition of storytelling is about as old as we can remember.

People from every culture around the world have always shared and recounted things as a means of education, entertainment, cultural preservation, or as a way to instill moral values.

Today, at least in the Western world, the tradition of storytelling is no longer oral.

Stories are written down and read aloud. Which is not a bad thing – it is just different.


You can buy our beautiful stories blanket for a coazy book reading moment with your kids here:   

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Get cozy under FabGoose blanket and read a story… you’re actually boosting your child’s brain development while you and your little one are reading a book together.


“Let me tell you a story” he said.

“There’s plenty of room for us both under our story-blanket, if we just sit close enough”.

“Now listen closely: ‘Once there was this boy, called Nils, who got turned into a pixie and could talk to animals. He travelled all over Sweden on the back of his white goose….” 


Bedtime stories have long been known to foster parent-child bonds and prepare children for sleep.

But lately researchers have found that you’re actually boosting your child’s brain development while you and your little one are reading a book together.

The gains range from improved logic skills to lower stress levels to rewiring children’s brains to quicken their mastery of language.

It’s never too late – one to two hours a day for eight weeks reading can change the brain activity to look like that of the good readers.


The magic of “One More Time!”:

reading a book repeatedly can help a child develop his logic skills.

The first time children hear a book, they don’t catch everything, says Virginia Walter, Ph.D., associate professor in the graduate school of education and information studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.

But as they hear it again and again, they start to notice patterns and sequences.

They’ll also learn to predict what will happen next based on their prior knowledge.

Later, these lessons in recognizing patterns, understanding sequences, and predicting outcomes will help children in other areas, from math and science to music and writing.

You can read the whole article “The Brainy Benefits of Bedtime Stories” about the reseach behind here.


Soothing Snuggles

To best confer reading’s cognitive benefits, a child’s experiences with books should be enjoyable. Associate reading with emotional warmth and fun.

When kids are cozy and comfortable, reading aloud to them can even lower their stress levels.

To enhance the calming nature of storytime at your house, cuddle up with your child in a comfortable place, with his favorite blankets and stuffed animals nearby.

“Relax and just enjoy being with your child,” Dr. Gorski says.

“Just think of what that close time you’re spending together will do for your own cortisol levels!”


You can buy our super soft “Bed Time Story”  blankets here:   

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