Ian Allan

Website: https://myscallywag.com.au
Bio: Hello. I'm a trained geographer, an in-training dad of a preppy girl...and loving it! Where I am co-author, my role is mostly that of editor.

Posts by Ian Allan:

Introducing Green Toys Eco Toys – 100% Recycled Toys

Posted on: 30 Oct 2018

Green Toys Inc. is an eco-friendly toy company. They are committed to sustainability and playfulness as a path to inspiring their passion in others. Green Toys uses 100% recycled materials to produce safe toys manufactured according to the high ethical and environmental standards in California. They have a belief that the best way to encourage […]

Introducing Plan Toys wooden toys

Posted on: 11 Oct 2018

Plan Toys is an eco-friendly and ethical Toy Company based in Thailand. They treat the environment well and they treat their staff well. And they make the most beautiful wooden toys. We are so happy to stock them. Their wooden toys are made from reclaimed rubber woods and are especially important during a child’s first […]

Why buy Baby Earmuffs and Kids Earmuffs?

Posted on: 20 Jul 2018

Have you ever wanted to take your child to a music or sports event, but couldn’t because it was too loud for them? Loud sounds are distressing to young children for good reason – their anatomy is different to adults. Their hearing can be damaged by both sudden very loud noises, and constant exposure to […]

What are the best kids headphones?

Posted on: 19 Jul 2018

Why YOU Need Kids Headphones Choosing the best kids headphones for your child is important because the wrong headphones could damage their hearing. In many households kids headphones are essential items. If your household is anything like mine, Bananas in Pyjamas and my preppy’s homework apps are enough to drive me insane sometimes. Travelling is […]

5 Noise Sources that Could Damage your Child’s Hearing

Posted on: 19 Jul 2018

Babies and young children have thinner skulls and smaller ear canals so they are at greater risk of getting hearing damage from a loud sound than adults are. Some experts say that a child’s ears are likely to perceive sound up to 20% louder than an adult’s. Damage is caused by a combination of loudness […]