Baby, we're meant to be together
At Nine Months Apart, we know that becoming a parent, and welcoming a new baby into the world, is one of the most exciting times in a person’s life— yet also one of the most challenging. With all the eye bags, nappy changing and crying call duties, managing the demands of a newborn can be a pretty tough gig. As three mamas, we’ve used some amazing products that have helped us along the way and we want to share these with all the new mamas, papas and bubs out there.
Where we began
Based in Melbourne, Australia, Nine Months Apart is a family-owned business that began as an idea between two sisters. The name ‘Nine Months Apart’ was a simple and easy choice because it’s the age difference between their sons. What began as an idea, has now turned into reality with their mother now onboard also.
Gift giving, made easy
Whether you’re a relative, friend, colleague or neighbour looking to support the parents-to-be in your life, our curated, assembled gift packages will have them feeling both pampered and prepared for parenthood. No need to stress out about what products work, and what don’t -- we’ve done that work for you.
Prefer something more custom?
We’re committed to creating unique and thoughtful gifts for new parents and bubs. If you’d like to create your own gift box from our range of products, email us and let us know! We’d be more than happy to bring your ideas to life.
Try it out, one at a time
If a gift box is not for you don’t worry, we will also be selling a range of individual products which you can choose as you please.
We're looking out for the planet too.
We are proud to announce that we will be using noissue for our tissue paper. Our Eco-Packaging Alliance is a small but significant way for us to contribute to global reforestation and provide you with beautiful and eco-friendly packaging! For every order we make, they plant trees in areas of need of our choice. We're always looking out for ways to make our business more sustainable, and believe that being as sustainable as possible is always a work in progress.