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Read the Spring 2017 issue of Slick Mummy online now

A HUGE thank you to everyone for their patience with this issue. It has taken us a little while longer this quarter as we have added a new level to our distribution. From this Spring you’ll get a free print copy of Slick Mummy with selected orders from some of our favourite online boutiques. Which is great for us, and hopefully an added bonus for you!

Our latest issue features: Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs, Isla Fisher, Richard Ward, Emma Spitzer, Naomi Wilkinson, CeCe Sammy, Carol Evelegh, Molly Brown London, Pip & Nut, Wild & Gorgeous, Bugaboo, BabyBjorn and much more…

Fashion Story: created by Amanda May at Mud & Glitter

Columnists: Becky Mantin, Clare Heal, Matt Rowntree, Wild Hendry, Caitlin Hayward, Janey Holliday

You’ll still find the print version of Slick Mummy Magazine in hotels, spas and selected stores, but you could always order a copy to be sent to your home – it’s just £2.00

Want to advertise in Slick Mummy Magazine?

Slick Mummy magazine is a very targeted luxury parenting print magazine. Our readers are, in general, more experienced mothers who know which brands really deliver and what products are worth spending a little more on.

The magazine includes interviews with celebrity parents, expert tips, our columnists – and lots more.

The print magazine is distributed free with sales via key online boutiques, reaching sophisticated parents throughout the UK, as well as in hotels, spas and childrenswear stores. It can also be read online. Currently the total readership is over 30,000.

If – like many wonderful brands and events – you would like to advertise in Slick Mummy, a full colour, full page costs just £120.

If you’d like more information, email our Advertising team – or click to buy and we’ll be in touch immediately. Our design team can create artwork or you can supply it as finished to spec.

Advertisers get ten copies of the magazine as standard, but we are happy to supply more on request.

Missed an issue of Slick Mummy Magazine? Get it delivered to your door for just £3

Missed a previous issue of Slick Mummy Magazine? Sure, you can read online, but it’s nice to have the print version (and it is a cute A5 size that fits neatly into most changing bags…)

Slick Mummy is full of celeb parent interviews, expert tips, behind the design reports and product reviews, recipes, fashion and beauty features and boutique profiles – plus our fab columnists.

For just £3 we will post one out to you in the UK via First Class Mail…

Back issues:

Winter 2016

Autumn 2016 

Summer 2016 

Spring 2016 

And if you want to make sure you get every issue directly to your door the week they come out? Why not subscribe, for just £12 per year. There are lots of discount perks that come with subscriptions – plus also a limited edition free gift for the first subscribers *while stocks last. (A subscription makes a great gift for a wonderful mother too!)

Subscription for 12 months (4 issues) £12 

SM tests… The Ergobaby Adapt Carrier

You’ll see the Ergobaby Adapt carrier was the subject of our Behind the Design feature in the Winter issue of the magazine.

Find out what our SM tester thought of it, below…


SM tester writes: “my daughter was 9lb at birth and at five months was nearly twice that. ‘She’s a healthy weight’ was what everybody said… but to me it meant one thing: havoc on my back. 

When you have other children to contend with also, you often find yourself picking your baby up at an odd angle anyway (ie you forget to bend from the knee etc) because chances are at the same time you’re trying to entertain a toddler by doing keepie-uppies with a balloon or you’re kicking a bit of lego under the sofa because you can’t be bothered to tidy it up… Sound familiar? (It’s not just me, right?)

Anyway – I had this Utopian idea that when the new baby came along the Bugaboo would come back out of the shed and we’d be nipping about in it. But what in fact happened when the buggy was re-introduced was that the bigger kids just wanted to ride in it again. 

So, Plan B; put the baby in a carrier, push the buggy. 

What I liked most about the Ergobaby Adapt was the simplicity. Once you’ve fiddled around to set the straps the way you want them, you hardly need to adjust them again, just clip the carrier on and off each time. With the Adapt you don’t need a newborn insert and the baby is right next to your chest (and more to the point, boobs) and their bottom is snugly held in place by the bucket seat, which is roomy enough for my chubby daughter and is fairly wriggle-proof. 

The sleep-hood feature is useful too, not just for head support but also for privacy. Essentially, this carrier is a doddle to use and you can comfortably carry not just a heavy baby but also a toddler without straining your back. The multiple positions mean it functions as a front and back carrier, depending on yours and your child’s preference. 

It’s also worth mentioning, unlike some carriers, this one can just go in the washing machine if there’s a ‘little accident’. “

The carrier comes in black, grey, admiral and azure blue and is available from Mothercare and John Lewis, or online.

Slick Mummy Magazine: the Summer issue is out…

You’ll find copies of the print version of the Summer issue of the magazine in child friendly cafes and boutiques around the country, but if you want to have a sneaky peek at it now, here’s the online version.

Great interviews with Bompas & Parr, Grant Harrold (Royal Butler), Pinrose, Mini Maison, Global Mouse Travels and much more…

Thanks as always to our columnists: Becky Mantin, Janey Holliday, Clare Heal, Wild Hendry, Matt Rowntree and Caitlin Hayward and our cover star Jasmine Guinness – plus all the great contributors, creatives and designers we’re honoured to work with…

A little preview of our print magazine

Look out for copies of Slick Mummy magazine at family friendly cafes, children’s boutiques and play centres.

Here’s a little peek at what’s in the Spring issue, or read it online here.

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And please do follow the bon mots of our fabulous columnists @BeckyMantin Ltd @ClarenceHeal @MattRowntree @JaneyHolliday and @RealWildHendry on Twitter too!

Our childrenswear shoot was photographed and styled by Clare Bowes – follow her on Instagram ClareBowesPhoto

Our cover was shot by Rich Hendry – follow him on Instagram RichHendry – and styled by Kara Kyne.