Organic Baby Shopping

As I may have mentioned once or twice my sister is having her first baby soon and I am ridiculously excited about this. This is not just the first baby from one of my sisters; this is my first niece on my side of the family.

I thoroughly enjoyed shopping for my two boys however when buying for your own soon-to-arrive babies you find yourself enjoying it slightly less than buying for others as you get bogged down in the practical rather than the fun and the pretty. Buying for someone else’s baby, that is a whole new experience.

Another site I have discovered on my travels is Little Green Sheep and this site appeals to me not just because of the reasonably priced goods but also the wealth of healthy and organic items. When buying for Taylor (three in November – where does the time go?), I opted for more organic-type clothing, bedding etc and am glad I did as it turns out he has sensitive skin, very sensitive when he was a baby although better now and I had to be very careful what touched his skin, what I used to do washing etc.

This site seems to be the one-stop shop for all things organic and natural and I do wish I’d found it when my two were babies. These baby sheepskins for example are delightful and are on my list of “could buy for Lady D” (Lady D is the name my sister and her husband have given her little one so we have something to call her as they won’t give in and tell us the name yet!).

We are very lucky now to have such a great choice of websites and stores when it comes to buying for babies and children, I’m certainly having fun browsing them 🙂

Organic Baby Items


*This post was written in collaboration with the mentioned business yet is true to my own thoughts, feelings and experiences.