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The value of baby basics

The value of baby basics

It was great to see so many people at the Baby and Toddler Shows in Manchester and Surrey over the last few weeks. Mums and dads were stocking up on baby basics and our Little Green Radicals natural bodysuits were a popular favourite. 

Natural Long Sleeve Baby BodysuitNatural Baby Bodysuits

So what makes these baby bodysuits, or vests, so good and why are people buying them? Well, they're made from 100% organic cotton. Some people care about that and some people don't but everyone can feel the difference; they feel thicker and softer for baby's skin than ordinary cotton. Available with short or long sleeves with an envelope neck and popper fastening they make a fantastic warm underwear layer for little ones. People often also assume that organic clothes will be too expensive and out of reach, but in our sale these gorgeous baby vests are £4.50-5.50 which makes them very good value for organic cotton which will sit next to babies skin.

Other very popular buys included baby sleeping bags - we almost sold out! We had lots of questions from new and expectant parents about those so I'll write about how to choose a baby sleeping bag over the next few days. Thank you again to all our wonderful customers!

October 09, 2017 by Amy Lee
A hat is just a hat, isn't it? - how to choose a winter hat for baby

A hat is just a hat, isn't it? - how to choose a winter hat for baby

That's it, we're calling it - it's dark when we wake up, winter is coming! As the last of the summer sun fades to autumn and the drizzle beds in, our little ones move from sunhat to cosy topper. 
September 10, 2017 by Amy Lee
5 things...ways to reveal your baby's gender

5 things...ways to reveal your baby's gender

Congratulations you're expecting a new little bundle of joy. You don't care whether you have a boy or a girl as long as it's healthy...but why not have some fun with it anyway! Here's 5 ways you can share the news after your 20 week scan.
August 21, 2017 by Amy Lee

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