The Mini Collections for Winter 2016

The Smallest Tribe has always been about producing the best quality, comfiest, sustainable, organic cotton threads possible for your tiny, growing kiddos. That’s a lot of adjectives for one little piece of clothing!

I also try to make sure that The Smallest Tribe treads lightly and creates as little waste as possible, which is why I’ve been stockpiling all the little offcuts, remnants and scraps from previous collections, waiting until I had enough to pool them together to create some limited edition, one off pieces. And the time has finally arrived! The first mini collection will is set to be released tonight, May 12th, a collection of little raglan jumpers in Size 1. These mini collections will be released periodically over the next six weeks or so, only ever 4 or 5 pieces at a time, and in all sizes.

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Colour sorting activities for your toddler

It’s getting cooler and the days are getting shorter. I’ve found your kiddo 3 quick and fun activities to help keep your kiddo occupied when they’re cooped up indoors on those wet, rainy, windy, cold days that are ahead.

These three all focus on colour and sorting. It’s never too early for your little one to start learning and not only are you their Mum, you also have the very important role of being your child’s first teacher.

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How to use a size chart

Size charts are what brands use when they create the patterns that are eventually turned into their apparel. For the most part, us brands try and use the same sizing and attempt to maintain consistency across seasons so you can feel more confident in your choices, especially when shopping online. (We don’t always succeed, but we try!)
The most important thing to know is that the sizing on the size chart reflects the size of the kiddo the garment is meant to fit, not the size of the garment itself.

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