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Blessed Nest

A unique nursing pillow filled with buckwheat hulls, which allows you to get your baby into the proper position, and then it conforms to baby’s body and its weight helps it to stay put, instead of simply placing your baby on top of the pillow. “The miracle of buckwheat hulls is that they not only move around like a bean-bag, but they are shaped like little pyramids that interlock together like puzzle pieces so it gives stable support whatever size, shape or position you are in (and where you’re sitting!).” All of theirfabrics are certified organic by GOTS.

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Healthy Cricket

[formerly Dakota Free] Gluten-free, allergen specific and hypoallergenic skin care, bath, baby, spa and hair care products. “We have been helping families stay healthy and serving those with celiac disease, allergies, autism, cancer, chemical sensitivities, asthma, eczema and other skin issues since 2000. Every item has been handcrafted in a dedicated gluten-free facility with careful attention to identifying and tracking the allergen status of each product.” This looks to be one of the most ingredient conscious companies I’ve seen. They have a long list of undesirable ingredients that they track and have much information on their website about the ways ingredients you don’t want can get into products. There is an attribute checklist on each  product page to help you choose the right item for your specific need.

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Enchanted Slumber

An all-in-one certified organic sleeper that bundles a warm, whimsically-patterned quilted pad, blanket covering and a lavender-scented buckwheat pillow for roll-and-go carrying. “Children will delight in having a safe, cozy place of their very own that they can easily take with them to school or on trips.” Handcrafted with love in the USA. Custom name labels available.

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Avishi Organics

“Therapeutic skin care for mamas and babies” made from 100% pure USDA certified organic ingredients. “The goal – healing skincare treatments that are honestly labeled and USDA certified organic, just right for pregnant mamas and babies. We started from scratch, with 100% natural ingredients known for their therapeutic and restorative properties…Our intention was to satisfy a need in the market for truly natural, effective products that would resolve issues all too common for mamas-to-be and babies.

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Vermont Wooden Block Company

A system of unique interlocking building blocks that fit together to create endless possibilities. Standard blocks combine with small End Blocks to create turns and openings, such as doors and window. Wide, Flat Top Blocks are used for capping off buildings, or stools to sit on. “These natural toys are made from regionally sourced White Pine wood and are supplied unfinished.

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Danish Woolen Delight

“Delightfully soft & soothing organic clothing and accessories that promote the health & well-being of those who wear them, those who produce them, and, ultimately, to the well-being of our Mother Earth!” This website imports high quality organic woolens from Europe for babies, children, and adults, made from various varieties of wool. Hats and headwear, long underwear, socks—also clothing and outerwear for babies. Plus blankets and mattress pads.

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Badger Certified Organic Body Care

USDA certified organic body care products, certified to food grade standards. Badger has been around since 1995. You may know their first product “Badger Balm,” which was created by a carptenter to heal his cracked hands. You’ve seen this brand on the shelves of many stores. But did you know that it’s a small, family-owned, family-run company in New Hampshire? “We blend the finest organic plant extracts, exotic oils, beeswax, and minerals to make the safest, most effective products possible to soothe, heal, protect and otherwise treat your body. We work hard, have fun, and incorporate honesty, respect, and integrity into everything we do…We only use ingredients that fit our rigorous natural standards for healthy agriculture, minimal processing, sustainable supply chain, and health giving properties. For example, the organic extra virgin olive oil we use in most of our products comes from a single family estate in southern Spain and it is the best olive oil we’ve ever tasted. And, the organic rose essential oil we use in all of our rose products is steam distilled in Bulgaria from rose petals picked the very same day. It takes 5 tons of rose petals to make one liter of this precious essential oil. We combine years of tradition and research with beautiful artwork and lots of love to create products naturally rich in powerful antioxidants and vitamins for healthier people and a healthier planet.” Links to Ingredients and Growers and Philosophy of Formulation. “We believe that true organic agriculture goes beyond the elimination of synthetic chemicals to a harmonization and sustainability of farmers, producers, consumers, and the land that we all share. Our goal at Badger is to take the organic certification as a first step on a road toward cultivating a higher standard for ingredients from the farm to the factory. We are working towards sourcing ingredients that are grown biodynamically, traded fairly, processed with thoughtful intention and to create products for all those in need of organic healing body care that works.”

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Soft Star Shoes

Handmade shoes for infants, kids and adults since 1984. And because each pair is handmade, you can customize your shoes with choices of colors. “We make minimal shoes for happy, healthy feet! Every one of our shoes is handcrafted at our Oregon, USA workshop… We are careful to source non-toxic materials for our shoes, including leather colored with food-grade dye and non-toxic adhesives… we use only leathers which meet high safety standards both for our customers, and for the environment. As our little ones like to occasionally chew on their shoes, it is important to us they are as chemical-free as possible. Many shoes today (99.9%) are imported from countries using formaldehyde tanning methods. Not only is this chemical a potential irritant to your skin and absorbable transdermally, but it poisons ground water downstream from tanneries, and causes well-documented health issues with tannery employees. Almost all or our leather is sourced from USA tanneries to ensure that strict regulations are adhered to. When the leather is not available from USA tanneries, it is sometimes sourced from approved tanneries in Italy, Brazil, South Korea or Germany which meet labor and environmental standards set by our supplier. We are proud to also offer Ecopell vegetable tanned leather from Germany, which we import due to their extremely high standards for quality and sustainable practices, arguably the best in the world.” Soles are made out of natural rubber, durable suede, or a tough leather. Their shop is run from 100% solar or wind energy.

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Willa Walker

This is a simple yet smart tool that makes learning to walk even more fun for toddlers while saving adults the back-pain from always having to bend over to help them. It consists of a wooden handle, two ropes and two wooden rings.”WWs are made by 4 dads from 100% recycled, sustainably-farmed wood, cotton & coconut oil. Thats it! The child’s safety has always been our first priority when designing the WW. For this reason, we have chosen only high quality, traceable, non-toxic, materials for each component of the WW. Much detail and attention has been provided within the Instructions for Use. The Willa Walker meets Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) safety standards.”

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Finn + Emma

Clothing for babies and kids made from 100% G.O.T.S. certified organic cotton, eco-friendly inks and dyes, and lead and nickel free snaps with coconut insert. Also snuggle and dangling toys made from 100% G.O.T.S. certified organic cotton stuffed with sheep’s wool, untreated woods with nontoxic vegetable seed wax finish, and other good materials.

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Kid Licks

OK OK I finally found a nail polish that I can recommend. It’s “so natural it’s edible.” Really. Zero toxic fumes. And some ingredients are organic. This stuff smells like fruit. The polish goes on smoothly and has a beautiful finish. Vibrant color. I can’t find anything toxic about it. Takes longer to dry than toxic nail polish. And it washes right off with water. It’s really designed for little girls to play dress-up, and it wouldn’t stand up to a day of washing hands or dishes. But if you want to play dress-up for a special night out, or put it on your toe nails until your next shower, this would be great. I’m going to play with the sample they sent me.

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Wholesome Linen

line of sleep essentials for infants and toddlers made from organic linen fabrics and raw flax fibers. Selection includes a toddler car seat liner. “Our products are soft, hypo-allergenic, machine washable and long lasting. We make them with100% organic raw flax fibers, without adding any dyes or bleaches. We source our flax from certified organic farms in Europe where it has been grown the same way for generations. We turn it into high quality essential sleep products that we deliver to you from Denver, Colorado.”

 

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Kinderfeet

A wooden push “balance bike” to ease the transition to pedal-powered bicycle at a toddler’s comfort level. Designed by a Dutch father as a gift to his son, “Our balance bikes are made from sustainable birch wood, from a replenishable source. The airless tires are completely biodegradable. We use minimal packaging material made from recycled paper and water based-ink. The chalkboard finish paint is water-based and the lacquer is non-toxic.” Also push bikes made from bamboo wood.

 

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Uncle Goose

Adorable wooden blocks painted with animal faces and features. Also beautiful ABC blocks. These are truly works of art. I love these! “We handcraft every set in Grand Rapids, Michigan, using choice materials from around the Great Lakes. And yes, we are 100% made in the USA…non-toxic, child-safe inks on all our blocks.”

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Mountain Honey Clothiers

“We are committed to creating heirloom quality children’s clothing, toys, and accessories, that support imagination and your child’s own unique style. We don’t skip corners, follow the hotest trends, or print big flashy logos on our products. We create pieces that are timeless and fun, yet incredibly functional.We are all about bringing your family fashion choices that allow your little one to express their uniqueness and creativity, while making a positive impact on their world. Our clothing is more than just whimsical, well made, and unique, it is made by a small company, with a huge heart; a company with a conscience.” In an email, Diedre told me she is committed to using only natural fibers (with one tiny exception: recycled plastic in a wool blend). She tries to use as much certified organically grown cotton as possible, or organic linen. The dolls are stuffed with fluffy organic cotton fill. I choose fabrics that have a 100% cotton, linen, wool, or flax content, no synthetic fibers. I use cotton thread, and metal snaps that are produced in the US and are nickel-free. I purchase from companies that either produce their products organically, are sustainably run, or can be classified as a “small business”. 100% of my products are handmade in VT, USA by either myself or my assistant. The Mountain Honey line is based on the principles of sustainably produced, small-batch fashion.”

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Dots on Tots

100% certified organic cotton hats for babies and toddlers. Various styles in various colors. “Dots on Tots is a baby headwear company specializing in ear flap hats made from natural, certified-organic cotton…As newborns and toddlers have sensitive skin and are vulnerable to ENT ( ear, nose and throat) complications, [parents need] a line of accessories that keep babies safe by covering their ears and at the same time not harming their sensitive skin. With her Master’s Degree in Fashion Design and Technology and an experienced mother, Olivia set forth to provide the children’s market with a niche product that would provide safety and comfort to children.” Noise-reduction inserts for ear flaps available.

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Little Barefoot Princess

“Classic heirloom-quality soft toys re-imagined in choice materials: GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, Hemp, Peace Silk and “The Fiber of the Gods” ˜ fine Alpaca fleece.” Their teddy bear is made from alpaca fiber, GOTS Certified Organic Cotton and low impact fiber reactive dyes. Plus other stuffed animals—both real and imaginary—are made in the same manner. Blue whales, dolphins, unicorns, dragons, pegasus, rabbits, elephants…all handmade.

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Manzanita Kids

Handmade wooden toys in the natural colors of the various woods they are made from. “We carefully select the best American hardwoods for our toys and buy from a local source. This beautiful wood is enhanced and protected by our own blend of beeswax and organic jojoba oil, which we apply and polish by hand. The birch plywood we use for our modular toys is of the highest quality, it exceeds the strict requirements set by the European Union and the California Environmental Protection Agency (CARB II). Our toys are safe, durable, beautiful and meant to be passed to the next generation.”

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Camden Rose

Natural toys and home goods for environmentally conscious families. “We believe it is possible to raise healthy children without the harmful toxins and electronic influences that challenge today’s families.” and so this couple began to design and make their own toys, inspired by the natural toys made in Europe. “Camden Rose natural toys are made from wood, wool, silk, and cotton. Children love these materials because they have a warm, honest quality that appeals to the senses. Unlike plastic, they do not impart a false impression of weight, mass, or touch. Imbued with the life force of trees, plants, and living creatures such as honeybees, our toys are lovely to touch and behold.” No plastics.

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Countryside Gifts

Handmade wooden toys, banks, crayon holders, models, desk accessories and more, with traditional and creative designs. Some can be personalized.”All of our products are lovingly hand-crafted in our wood shop using the finest grade woods and materials. Our products are beautifully finished using only nontoxic finishes. The majority of our products are made from woods harvested using Sustainable Forestry Practices and feature Environmentally Friendly, Organic and Natural Finishes. All our products are 100% Handmade in the USA.

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D AND ME

Handcrafted wood toys. Mostly cars and trucks and trains, but if you have an idea for a toy that you’d like, they are happy to make it for you. “All of our handcrafted wood toys provide hours of imaginative play for toddlers and children of all ages. The toys may be ordered with or without (natural) a child safe oiled finish.”

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Cake in the Morn

Cake in the Morn specializes in natural, eco friendly Montessori and Waldorf toys. Each toy is made to order. It is hand cut, hand painted, and hand sewn by Heidi. Each design you see is created by Heidi and unique to Cake in the Morn. You won’t find toys like ours anywhere else! We use eco-friendly felt, all American hardwood, and an AP-certified non-toxic paint wash on all of our wood products. All of our toys are sealed with our very own homemade local beeswax seal.

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Bannor Toys

Charming wooden toys, with no toxic anything, handcrafted completely in the USA. “Our wood is natural, we do not stain it. We use Maple, Cherry, and Walnut woods and their natural colors. Our finish is an organic beeswax and flaxseed oil mixture that is all natural and nontoxic so it is the perfect finish for baby’s mouth. The oil brings out the color and the beeswax provides durability. Our glue and paint are organic as well made from a company in the United States. They are 100% safe, lead free, no VOC’s, and non-toxic. Our teethers are left “naked”, there is no finish on them.”

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Organic Designs

Organic toddler/preschool nap mats, made by a parent-owned company in New Hampshire. They also make a toddler comforter that doubles as a playmat, and toddler pillows. “We Make Modern, Stylish, Durable yet Super Comfy Organic Children’s Nap Mats from Certified Organic Cotton Fabric and Certified Organic Cotton Batting. Our Organic Nap Mats are Ideal for Toddlers, Daycare, Preschool and Rest Time at Kindergarten. They Can Also Be Used for Vacations and Sleep overs. There are NO Harmful Chemicals or Pesticides in Our Products. We DO NOT use Polyester, Toxic Dyes or Chemical Washes of any kind. Our Organic Nap Mats are Safe, Eco Friendly and Non-Toxic.”

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Lucy & Leo

Delightful organic clothing for babies and children, made in New York. “Our mission is simple: to provide your child with the finest, highest quality clothing on the market. Our garments move and breathe, are durable and very comfortable. {Our] clothing is known for its soft color palate and classic design with a modern twist. As our brand grows, we stay true to our vision of creating unique, adorable and comfortable outfits for your child in an eco-friendly fashion. We are proud to be one of the first organic and USA-made clothing brands in the children’s industry.”

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Vermont Bunkbeds

Sturdy, simple bunk beds, loft beds and beds with drawers beneath, made from local Vermont hardwoods. Finished in your choice of colors with Natura Zero-VOC paint or Old-Fashioned Milk Paint with Vermont Natural Coatings finish. “In shopping for bunk beds for their own children, Scott & Amy realized the need for a safer product that would hold up to the every day demands of their active boys and yet still be affordable for the everyday family. So Scott and Amy began dreaming of devoting their skills and experience to building solid wood beds that would be safe for children and affordable for parents.”

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Maine Bunk Beds

Sturdy, real hardwood bunk beds made from nontoxic materials with kid-friendly colors and designs. “While many furniture companies use softer, less durable woods like pine, we use poplar—a high-quality, sustainable, locally sourced, renewable hardwood…Except for the architectural bolts used to attach the rails to the corner frames we don’t use any metal in our beds: no wood screws, no metal plates, and no braces or angles used to artificially reinforce inferior products. We never use particle board or composite material in our beds.” Finishes are my favorites: Old-Fashioned Milk Paint and Vermont Natural Coatings. All of their beds are made to meet your needs and aesthetics. They also sell natural mattresses.

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The Woodshaper Shop of Maine

“Where wood is shaped into treasured creations for the home and garden.” Their “refined rustic furniture” for the garden is durable and affordable, made of “native white cedar and are true Maine Made quality.” Their classic wooden toys give a creative alternative to video games. “Made of pine and finished with a beeswax and citrus sealer, Woodshaper Shop toys are safe and durable.”

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Under the Nile

Cute and colorful baby clothes made from 100% organic Egyptian cotton. The company was founded in 1998 when Janice was having a hard time finding real organic cotton baby clothing. Janice and her husband Mohamed worked hard together to develop their vision for a very special organic cotton clothing company. As an Egyptian, Mohamed was familiar with the thousands-year-old tradition of cotton production in Egypt. So they went to Egypt and found a partner there to product their cotton. “No chemicals or pesticides are ever used throughout the entire cultivation and production process.”

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Green Goo

Personal care products made in Boise Idaho by a woman who is an herbalist, organic farmer, backyard beekeeper, Certified Professional Midwife, and a Permaculturist. She and her family use” timeless herbal wisdom with Organic ingredients to produce Food for Your Skin™…We strive to bring the farm into the pharmacy by carefully selecting only the purest, most sustainable herbs and essential oils to create medicinal everyday products…Our herbs are carefully sourced from organic farmers, consciously wild crafted, or organically grown in house. We infuse our fresh and dried herbs in organic oils, rather than using premade extracts, to increase the medicinal value of our products. This enhanced process maximizes the potency of our salves taking the healing properties to the next level. We don’t just offer products that soothe and moisturize, we craft products that make a difference in your life!” Choose from products for skin care, outdoor and first aid, pet and ranch, mom and baby, and intimates.

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ja*lu

Baby accessories made from 100% USA-grown organic cotton. All products are produced right here in the United States. Selection of products is small, but pure: bibs, burp cloth, blanket, hat…

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Garden Kids

“Super comfortable, fashionable organic clothing for babies and children, since 1994. Certified organic fabrics, handmade in the USA, low-impact fiber reactive dyes, All the basics for babies and kids, including pajamas without flame retardants.

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Shepherd’s Dream

Makes a complete crib set (mattress, bumper pads, etc out of organically grown wool and cotton). Family-owned by an experienced natural mother. This company is about wool–sleeping on it and under it, cuddling with it, and loving the wool and the sheep and the land. Founder Eliana Jantz has been working with wool as long as I’ve been writing about natural products (her daughter now runs the business). Eliana led the development of EcoDomestic Wool, “a collaboration which involves the sheep growers, wool processors, product makers and promoters in gradually developing an infrastructure which ensures environmentally friendly and sustainable practices and fair prices to the woolgrower.” All within a few miles distance, the sheep are pastured, the wool is milled, and the products are sewn by local women in a renovated storefront, all in site of majestic Mt. Shasta in northern California. Be sure to tell them “Debra sent me.”

Listen to Debra’s 2013 interview with Shepherd’s Dream Owner Sarah Sunshine Smith.

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Organic Grace

Just about everything you might need for your baby, chosen to be safe by a real mother for her baby. Crib and mattresses, bedding, glass bottles, cloth diapers, baby blankets and clothes, herbal products, dolls, teethers, toys, pactifiers, pillows, and more–all made from nontoxic, natural, and organic materials. Even organic cotton baby carriers!

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Earth Mama Organics

Safe, “zero-toxin,” hospital recommended, organic herbal products to support mamas and babies through the entire birth process—from pregnancy through post-partum recovery, breastfeeding, baby care and beyond. “Every product is made with only pure, plant based, worry-free ingredients.” This company is an industry leader in safe, natural and organic herbal products for moms and babies. Founded by a woman who is a nurse, herbalist, organic gardner and real mother, with years of experience formulating organic herbal remedies.

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Buckaroo Organics

Organic skin care products for moms and kids, made by a mom who “struggled to find products that weren’t full of harsh chemicals. Products that could actually heal skin issues and were safe for babies.” So she and her husband created a skin care line that is organic, simple, and safe…and even includes a laundry powder that are safe for your skin, made from soapnuts and natural minerals and wool balls to use instead of scented fabric softener sheets. Laundry products contain no fragrance and body care products are fragrance-free or scented with essential oils.

Listen to Debra’s 2015 interview with Lindsay Herron,  Co-founder and CEO of Buckaroo Organics

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Primal Life Organics

Paleo, gluten-free, vegan skincare options for those looking to detoxify their skincare and get back to the basics. Products are all natural, organic and made fresh when ordered. Made from ingredients our primal ancestors could have used for their own skincare. Choose from makeup made from plants and clay, skin care, hair care, tooth powder, pregnancy products and baby care. Watch how they make their products on this video.

Listen to Debra’s 2014 interview with Primal Life Organics CEO Trina Felber, RN, BSN, MSN, CRNA.

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Hazelnut Kids

“Natural toys for girls and boys.” This site has LOTS of toys to choose from that range from art supplies to wooden toys, and everything in between: blocks, dolls and dollhouses, games, musical instruments, puzzles, stuffed animals, and more. They have a good list of chemicals that are not in their products, including their health effects, and give each product an icon for “toxin-free,” “sustainable production,” “organic,” “made in the USA,” “recycled,” and “social responsibility,” (and maybe more…these are the ones I found) which show why they chose the product and helps you find the attributes you are looking for at a glance. Many of the toys also have stories about who made them. See their article “Why Choose Natural, Wooden and Organic Toys?”

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ClothDiaper.com

This website is dedicated to cloth diapers, so they have a ton of information and products to make your cloth diapering experience a success. They explain all the different types of cloth diapers, home many to buy, how to fold a diaper, and anything else you might need to know about diapering. Products include resuable cotton diapers made from bleached, unbleached and organic cotton. Plus diaper covers, wipes, liners and all the accessories.

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Peek A Green

Practically everything you might need for babies, kids, and moms, all handpicked by a mom who knows a lot about choosing healthy and green products. For example, ALL clothing, bathwear and soft toys are certified organic cotton or Oeko-Tex 100 certified bamboo fiber, with low impact dyes, free of heavy metals, no chlorine or formaldehyde, nickel-free snaps and zippers. Wooden toys are made from from renewable forests with water-based metal-free dyes and non-formaldehyde glue.

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Levana Naturals

High quality organic cotton, organic wool & silk clothing for babies and children. They have everything from organic onesies to fair trade playsuits to organic baby blankets.”Our love of natural products—their feel, taste, smell, look and sometimes even their sound—made it a natural choice for us to look for organic items for our newborn. We want to protect the innocence and carefree nature of our children, the environment they live in and the society they grow up in. And have fun doing it. “

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Bella Luna Toys

“Unique natural toys and products for children and families that are safe, healthy and encourage imaginative play. You will find no battery-operated or plastic toys here, the kind that will be played with for a short time before ending up in a landfill. Our quality toys are not disposable. They are built to last; the kind of toys that can be passed on or handed down to future generations. Most of our toys are made in the USA, Germany or Canada. The ones made overseas are certified to be ethically and sustainably made. Our toys have been tested to meet the strictest safety standards.”

Listen to Debra’s 2013 interview with Bella Luna Toys Owner Sarah Baldwin.

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Oompa – Naturally Brilliant Toys

Literally hundreds of wooden and organic toys from around the world. “With a keen eye for MODERN design, superior craftsmanship, fine materials, and high play value, we continuously search the world for the best toys for your child. We seek out manufacturers that make sincere efforts to respect the planet and that provide safe, nurturing environments for their employees.” Search by age, brand, category, and country.

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Vermont Soap

“Our products are so natural, they’re certified to USDA organic food standards by Vermont Organic Farmers.” They have been a certified organic processorsince 2003. For over twenty years Vermont Soap has been manufacturing 100% natural and toxic-free personal care and cleaning products. They make handmade bar soaps for sensitive skin, anti-aging products and moisturizers, 100% natural shower gels (soap based), castile liquid soaps, nontoxic cleaners, products for pets, camping and gardening. All products are free from artificial scents (many are unscented altogether) and other toxic ingredients, such as antimicrobials and detergents.

  Listen to Debra’s interviews with Vermont Soap founder Larry Plesent

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Naturepedic

GOTS-certified “organic mattresses,” created by a concerned grandfather who is also an environmental engineer. Also certified by Greenguard to their highest standard, these mattresses feature organic cotton and natural materials, and nontoxic food-grade waterproofing. Meets all fire regulations without use of toxic chemicals. No harmful chemicals or known allergens. Proper firmness, comfort and fit. Made in the USA by a family who cares and understands the issues.

Listen to Debra’s 2013 interview with Naturepedic Founder Barry Cik.

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Mighty Nest

Organic, natural and BPA-free products for baby, family & home. Handpicked “organic, natural, non-toxic and eco-friendly products to help you create a healthy and safe home…a unique Web site that provides parents the ability to research, get advice and buy natural, organic and non-toxic products all in one place. All products are free of lead, BPA, PVC, phthalates, parabens, chemical flame retardants and any other known toxic ingredients.” Everything from art supplies and baby bottles to teethers and toys.

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Baby Eco Trends

A one-stop shop for “green baby must-haves that we can count on to be safe, socially responsible and sustainable.  With concern for the health of the planet as well as the health of our family, we work hard to find products that are ecologically friendly and have minimal footprints.  Whenever possible, we opt for organic, USA made, sustainable and cruelty free products.” Products include baby Crib, changing tables and dresers, Moses baskets and cradles, baby mattresses and bedding, rocking chairs and gliders, children’s furniture, nursery art, baby toys, baby clothing and gear, strollers, and diapers and diapering accessories. Lots of selection in one place. Good descriptions of health and environmental attributes of each product.  Make sure you request formaldehyde-free paints and stains!

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Nova Natural Toys and Crafts

Aimed to families and teachers, this website carries “a wide variety of natural products, which are conducive to creative and wholesome living. We offer finely crafted toys that inspire imaginative play, beautifully illustrated children’s books, a wide range of parenting and craft books, non-competitive games which successfully combine action and challenge with co-operation and compassion and natural craft and art supplies to create your own works of beauty…Each toy should be age-appropriate in form and in function. Toys should further the child’s inner development allowing children to express moods and feelings freely and have an ‘open-ended’ quality…A simple toy allows the child’s imagination, full play.” All the toys are made from natural materials. Toys include teddy bears and stuffed animals, wooden toys and games, toys for learning skills, science and discovery, arts and crafts, and much more. Everything a child could need for inspirational and educational play—all made from natural materials.

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Nature’s Crib

100% natural and organic products for baby and mom that are safe and gentle on you, your baby’s skin, and the environment. Selection includes all-natural skin and body care, baby care and hair care products from Aubrey Organics, natural cleaning products that are safe enough for baby, cloth diapers and menstrual pads, all organic crib mattresses and bedding, organic baby clothes, made-in-America natural wood toys, and more.

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Magic Cabin

“We believe in good-old-fashioned make believe and in children’s innate need to interact with simple, natural toys and crafts…we conscientiously select products that are beautiful and enchanting, sturdy and safe, and best of all, FUN.” Choose from toys, games, puzzles, dolls, silks, and household items.  Some items have safer materials than others.  Look for the “All Natural” section.

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Kidalog

This Canadian catalog (with worldwide shipping) contains over 3000 natural and organic baby, child, and mother care products. Many are unique and hard-to-find. Also many links to other natural baby related websites.

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Satara Baby

Specializes in natural, organic and safe products for infants and toddlers: organic baby bedding, organic crib mattresses, baby clothes, cloth diapers, baby carriers, baby bath prodcuts, non-toxic toys, feeding products and more."

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Hanna Andersson

A well-established provider of natural fiber clothing for babies and kids, well-loved for more than 20 years for their bright colors, softness, and comfort, inspired by the founders’ Swedish heritage. Now many, but not all, items are made from 100% organically grown cotton–“since 2002 we’ve made over two million hannas in organically grown cotton”–certified in Germany by Oko-Tex to their Standard 100. “In order for a garment to be certified, every fabric, button, thread and zipper is rigorously tested for over 100 potentially harmful substances, and the result is especially easy on children’s skin.”

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The Diaper Jungle

Everything you could ever need to know about cloth diapers. "Our mission is two-fold. We want to help moms learn about the benefits and advantages of using cloth diapers. We want them to know with no uncertainty that using cloth diapers is convenient, cost effective, healthier for their children, and better for the environment." A great resource if you are using or in the process of choosing cloth diapers.

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