This weekend sees the Pregnancy and Baby Fair happening in the RDS, Dublin.
It's the perfect opportunity for parents - whether first time, second time or 10th time - to go and browse all the products that leading brands from Bugaboo, Maxi-Cosi, Stokke, Silvercross and iCandy as well as the leading baby shops in Ireland such as Tony Kealy's and Bella Baby who will have people on hand to demonstrate and talk through all the products they recommend.
They are promising advice on the best car seat for your child - whether newborn or toddler - as well as working out what seat which works best in your car, as this is so important! So ask the questions while you can.
In that instance, it's the perfect opportunity to meet with so many brands/shops without having to traipse across the country!
When it comes to feeding, whether breast or bottle, there will be representatives from NUK, Tommee Tippee, MAM and Dr Brown's there to talk you through the differences between all the different bottles - from newborns right up to toddlers!
Something for the mothers to becomes in the shape of Mumba Bras, In Touch Beauty, Chiq Maternity and Pregnacare and a little something for the fathers to come in the shape of The Daddy Bag.
The great thing about the fair is that it's not just for parents-to-be, it's also not just for babies.
There's a host of kids clothing stores setting up inside the RDS this weekend to showcase the brands they offer and most stock ages up to 4.
This is your chance to meet the people behind the online shops, chat to them and try the clothes on your baby/toddler/child. The people behind these shops are all parents too. Some of the clothes shops to look out for are Chaos + Harmony, Linzy O, Mini Bella Boutique and Little Beauties.
Stepping away from clothes, every little girl and boy needs an accessory to match and seeing as bows are all the rage at the minute, pop by Miss EllaMay, Pixi and Jon and Accessories for Babies for some inspiration.
Looking to buy a gift that is unique, pop along to Abosca Ireland, The Smiley Bunny, Nordville or The Baby Store and see what they have on offer.
It's also worth noting that there will be talks and demonstrations throughout the weekend from the RSA, Parent First Aid, Lucy Wolfe (Sleep Expert) and Clare Boyle (Sunday Only) Breastfeeding 101.
Whether you're in early stages of pregnancy and unsure what you want from your pram to asking what vitamins you should be taking - there should be something for everyone!
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I'll be there and will have a full review afterwards here on RTÉ LifeStyle to see if it lives up to all these fab-sounding promises.