Our Milestone Blocks are the perfect way to capture the milestones of your pregnancy and as a baby grows. These Wooden Milestone Blocks make it easy to capture those special journeys.

 

Made perfectly gender neutral, in a variety of three designs and finishes, these wooden blocks will last the test of time.

Our Solid Birch Blocks are made from Ethically sourced wood, and are untreated from nasty chemicals. The number blocks are approximately 4.5 x 4.5 cm and the word block is 4.5 x 9 cm long.

 

Each set of Baby Milestone wooden blocks come perfectly packaged in our keepsake pouch and are hand-tied with satin ribbon. These are perfect for any expectant mother and make a great baby shower gift.

 

Please handle with care. These birch plywood blocks are not toys and are purely designed as photography props only. Adult supervision is required at all times. Do not leave within a child's reach, or hang above beds / cots.

 

Please Note: by proceeding with your order, you acknowledge that our plaques may contain unique imperfections in the wood and laser work due to the nature of the material and product. This is not considered a fault, but a reflection of the unique natural beauty of the materials we use.

Baby Milestone Wooden Blocks

£18.00Price
  • A complete set includes two number blocks and one word block :

    • Number block: 0 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
    • Number block: 0 / 1 / 2 / 6 / 7 / 8
    • Word block: days / weeks / months / years.
    • Count up to 32

    PLEASE NOTE: The number 6 is also designed to be used as the number 9 to create the count up to 32.

  • Please be aware that each set of wooden blocks are hand-cut, therefore the woodgrain and colour may vary from the pictures shown. Variations may include lighter or darker coloured areas, knots and other inconsistancies that are all present in the nature of the material.

    By proceeding with your order, you acknowledge that our products may contain unique imperfections in the wood and laser work due to the nature of the material and product. This is not considered a fault, but a reflection of the unique natural beauty of the materials we use.