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Living Sustainably with Your Baby
baby essentials

Living Sustainably with Your Baby

Your little one deserves to be welcomed into a home that is conscious, caring and committed to making the world a better place, wouldn’t you agree?

So, here’s our list of sustainable alternatives that will help make your household a healthier and happier one.

We’ve listed ten general categories that could do with a green makeover.

Ready to be a green mommy?

  1. Nursing

Wholesome, nourishing, cost-effective, and a zero-waste process, breastfeeding is the best option for mamas who wish to live a conscious lifestyle. Reduce the carbon footprint of your motherhood journey by simply opting for the natural way.

  1. Nursing Pads

Say yes to a reusable nursing pad made from a sustainable material such as GOTS certified organic cotton. Greendigo’s trick is to repurpose the swaddle cloth after your baby has outgrown the act of swaddling. This results in less waste, and more cost efficiency.

  1. Burp Cloths / Bibs

Adopt a green mindset by stocking up on reusable bibs and burp cloths woven out of a natural fibre. Greendigo uses 100% organic cotton to create the most practical styles. The added benefit is that you can throw it into the machine.

  1. Swaddles

This is one of the first steps you can take towards a green way of living. Wrap your baby in pure, unblended organic cotton swaddles. Not only are they ideal for soft and sensitive skin, but are the most eco-friendly option on the market.

  1. Nappies

Explore sustainable diapers that can be washed and reused. Cloth diapers made out of organic cotton and bamboo are great options. They’re non-toxic, absorbent and machine-friendly.

  1. Bottles / Sippy Cups

Ditch the plastic for bottles and cups made from eco-friendly materials. By supporting a conscious company, you’re ensuring the safety of both your baby and the planet. Embrace chemical-free all the way.

  1. Crib

Tuck your tiny tot into a sustainable cot! You can check out a number of eco-friendly cribs made out of all natural materials like pine wood and beech wood, finished with organic cotton covers and sheets.

  1. Mattress

Go in for crib mattresses that are manufactured and sourced sustainably, without the use of harmful chemicals. You can bet on materials such as organic cotton, wool, natural latex, coils, and wool batting.

  1. Bedding Sets

There’s nothing like the quality and safety of organic cotton bedding by Greendigo. Ultra-soft, chemical-free, non-toxic and machine washable. It’s really a no brainer when it comes to wanting the best for your bub.

  1. Apparel

Support sustainable kids apparel brands that feature organic textile and ethical manufacturing processes. Greendigo is GOTS certified, which adds one more layer of transparency to the vetting process.

As a parent, you care deeply about your child’s safety, wellbeing and bright future.

And a big part of that is ensuring that the world they live in is in good shape.

The aforementioned sustainable buys will not only ensure that your baby grows up to be healthy, but will contribute to uplifting the planet too.

Isn’t that wonderful?

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