Product news News & Gossip Introducing the Disney Baby range Spreading the Disney magic into baby clothing, we reveal our pick of the best 1 of Ad break Disney Baby Everyone loves Disney. Whether it takes you back to Mickey Mouse ruling the cartoon world or shedding a tear watching Dumbo, Walt Disney evokes a sense of gentle familiarity in all of us. That's why here at MFM, we're excited about the brand new Disney baby range which hits the Disney Store this month. Think super soft babygros, rompers and twin sets with applique detailing, plush comforters and embroidered tops and bottoms clad in your favourite characters. We've selected our pick of the best from the collection which is suitable for newborn babies to 12 months. The full range is available in all Disney Stores or online. Pooh brightsBrighten up your baby's wardrobe with this embroidered romper clad in carrots, radishes, peas and other nibbles from the garden. Winnie the Pooh romper, £10, by Disney Baby. Delightful DumboThis plush, soft comforter and blanket is perfect for Dumbo fans to get snuggly with. It can also be personalised with up to 10 characters. Dumbo comforter, £10, by Disney Baby. Available from ages 12 months +. Daisy duckGet into the spring/ summer vibe with this vesty hued top complete with a smiley Daisy duck motif. Perfectly embroidered, this little girls top is part of the Donald & Daisy nautical range. Daisy T-shirt, £7, by Disney Baby. Continue slideshow > Hey babyWelcome your new baby into the world with this gorgeous starter kit. Complete with bodysuit, sleepsuit, hat and two bibs - and let's not forget the plush Dumbo bean bag toy too. Dumbo welcome set, £24, by Disney Baby. Bib babyKeep your little one clean and tidy at dinnertime with these fabulous nautical detailed bibs. Daisy bib, £7 (pack of two), by Disney Baby. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums 'Eating your placenta borders on cannibalism,' says top doc Ferne McCann: ‘I don’t want to be labelled as a single mum’ Beautiful women have baby girls, says new study What does the term 'mumbod' mean to you?