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  1. An interview with PO.P’s Social Media manager, Jenny Lonnstam!


    June 7, 2017 by Polarn O. Pyret

    MEET OUR AMAZING PO.P MOM – JENNY LONNSTAM Tell us about your upbringing and how it shaped who you are today? I grew up in a small town in Sweden with three siblings, a mom and dad. We have always been a very tight crew and my parents always allowed us kids to be ourselves and to try whatever we wanted in life! We skied to school on snowy days, biked everywhere on the summers and had a very healthy outdoorsy lifestyle. This definitely stuck with me as a mom because I am working hard on raising strong, loving little humans and both my kids love nothing more than being outside. Rain, snow or shine! “There is no bad weather, only bad clothing” as we …
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  2. PO.P Laundry School


    November 9, 2015 by Polarn O. Pyret

    Welcome to PO.P’s laundry school! We believe that clothes should be inherited and that as many children as possible should grow out of them, which is why we focus so firmly on quality when producing our clothing. You can also influence how many times a garment can be inherited – washing it correctly means it will last longer. Come with us to learn how you can impact the lifetime of your garments while taking the environment into account. All of our items have labels with washing instructions. The washing instructions in combination with PO.P’s laundry school will give clothing the longest lifetime possible. Before even entering the laundry room, make sure that the garments really need to be washed. Check whether it would suffice to …
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  3. Parents Are Taking Control Of Kid’s Screen Time


    November 9, 2015 by PO.P Press

    With digital technology taking over our every move, it has become hard to delegate our families screen time and limit it to the 2 hour maximum that the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends. If you are feeling confused or even guilty over the hours your children log on screens. You are not alone. Polarn O. Pyret UK conducted a small scale poll of parent’s household rules, and The Huffington Post UK reported: The Huffington Post UK | By Amy Packham Many parents have started giving their children digital bans in order to maintain a healthy amount of screen time, according to a new survey. In the small-scale poll of 1,330 parents of children aged 12 and under, 67% said they always remove or ban screens …
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