Every mother wants the absolute best for her child, so this week we are showing you 5 baby products made from environmentally sustainable materials that are safe for your baby.
5 Phases Shatter Resistant Glass Baby Bottles: After her baby was diagnosed with a birth defect, Christine began researching the effects of BPA and phthalates (a hormone that seeps from plastics into our foods). It became evident to her, and the experts agree, that glass bottles were the best feeding device for her baby, but the breakability risk made that option unrealistic. So Christine went ahead and created the 5 Phases Glass Baby Bottles: an unbreakable glass bottle that is BPA and phthalate-free.
Broody Chick Diapers:There are some fabulous cloth diaper options on the market today, but if cloth diapers are too much of a commitment for you, then consider these Broody Chick Diapers. One hundred percent compostable, these disposable diapers are naturally absorbent, breathable and provide a superior comfort and fit for your little one.
Kicky Pants Layette Gown: Is there anything more delicious than a newborn baby swaddled up and ready to cuddle? This gender-neutral layette is designed with a sewn in ribbon that cinches at the bottom to ensure the baby doesn’t kick out and also makes diaper changes a breeze! What makes this gown even better is that it is made from bamboo fabric, a naturally antibacterial, antifungal and antistatic material.
JJ Cole Bundleme: Winter is rapidly approaching so make sure you baby is bundled up with the JJ Cole Bundleme. Winner of the Cribsie Award as the “Coziest Winter Must Have”, this plush bag fits into car seats, strollers and joggers. Crafted with an inner shearling that doesn’t contain any petroleum-based fibers, your baby stays warm and comfortable. This leaves me asking one question: Do they make one for adults?
SwapMamas.com: Our last product of the day is actually a website that connects you with other trendy moms who have walked the path and now are ready to pass on their baby goods. At SwapMamas.com, you can swap and gift items you no longer use for products you and your baby need. Be green, save money and be a part of a community of mothers just like you.
Have you tried any of these products or SwapMamas.com? What eco-friendly baby products could you not live without?
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