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Organic Cotton And Wool This Crib Mattress Is Made From

Organic Cotton And Wool This Crib Mattress Is Made From

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A Consumer's Guide for Environmentally Conscious LivingWow. That is a comprehensive list, and surely took a lot of work. I would have loved to have had that when I was making my registry. I am sure that there are even more things out there that we could add! For sure I would rather have fewer high quality items rather than a bunch of chemical laden things. Nice job, mama!Thanks for including my item in your listing. (Play Gym by Highland Wood) Your list and writeup is very comprehensive and can serve well as an introduction for new moms and families towards a healthier environment for their baby.All the items that I develop and introduce to the marketplace are backed with over 30 years of direct construction experience and research in sustainable woodworking, thus creating the finest possible in design, function, quality and most importantly safety. It is extremely disheartening though to see a similar structure included in the listing that was directly copied from my design, with only subtle changes in appearance. I'm glad you like the guide. I'm sorry you feel that way about the other design included. I just assumed you both used the Selecta Musina play gym from Germany as your inspiration, which has been around for many years.Wow, I am so glad I made the choices I did! I had to do my own research when buying for my baby (who is now 1) and went more with the "less is more" approach. My research was EXTENSIVE so I know how much time this takes. We LOVE the BabyBjorn bouncer. My son STILL sits in it and plays with the wooden bar.Even though he is breastfed we used LifeFactory glass bottles (like the 2 times he took a bottle) and now we use the bottles with convertible container lids for snacks. What I love most about living with natural products, is that when we decide to opt for something that IS plastic, I don't feel like its just another contamination to his environment. By selecting very few plastic/chemical laden toys/containers/whatever, I feel good about limiting his exposure to just those few items. This blog is a great source of information which is very useful for me.Really this blog was very instructive.I really appreciate your blog. Thanks..........................attache cases in pu/pvc/aluminiumSo wonderful to find you site! I had a similar journey with infertility that also led me to look at the massive amount of chemical exposure to everyday products that are endocrine disruptors. Now a mom of 2 after several treatments, I found your site doing research on high chairs. Keep up the good work.Excellent Share! An exciting dialogue is well worth comment. I think you ought to compose much more on this matter, it may well not be considered a taboo issue but typically individuals usually are not enough to speak on this sort of topics.riding gear californiaSuch a helpful post! Thanks so much for sharing your research.Was looking at the Arms Reach Co Sleeper too - trying to tell from your post- did you end up going with that? Im trying to at least replace the mattress part - but hard to fit that space. You said you used the EcoBaby wool mattress to fill it in - googled that but not sure I have the right thing. Do you have any more info on that? thanks!!Sorry, it's the Pure Rest/EcoBaby that is listed in the mattresses section. http://www.purerest.com/ORGANIC-Crib-Infant-Mattresses/Infant-Wool-Topped-Organic-Mattress I am 15 weeks pregnant and am SO grateful for this list! You have put together some excellent resources to consider. Thank you so much!You are very welcome! Glad you like it!Very excellent post! Thank you providing us this information. Non-toxic gears are very essential for kids since they are vulnerable to illness and every parent must be aware of what types of baby products to buy.Thanks for sharing the post! Really such a nice and decent information shared here with awesome stuff… Generally I don't learn post on blogs, but I would like to say that this write-up very compelled me to take a look at and do it! Your writing style has been surprised me. Thank you, very great article.Also visit my page Eco Packaging Thank you so much for this list! It has been such a help as I put together my registry.I was recently given a few baby sleepers and bouncers and contacted each of the manufacturers to inquire whether or not these products contained any chemical fire retardants. Tiny Love - Rocker Napper 3 in 1. The rep with Tiny Love said there are no fire retardants in any of their products. There products are also free from BPA, Phalates & Lead. Summer Infant - Resting Up Napper. No chemical fire retardants.Graco - Sweet Peace. No chemical fire retardants. Thanks Katy! I will definitely look into those. Sometimes it can be tricky and it depends on how responses are worded. Some will say there are no flame retardants on the fabrics, but when pressed further, there are in the foam padding. I will double check and add these if I can. Thank you so much!Any confirmation that the Summer Infant Napper doesn't contain fire retardants? The fact that they worded it "No CHEMICAL Fire Retardants" sounds like it could be a bit deceiving. Thanks so much!Thanks for the Blog info! I wish I had come across this earlier before doing a lot of my own research. However, it was great to see some of the items I'd purchased confirmed here, as well as great recommendations for the towels, toys and gyms. One quick note, I went with a Young America crib, which is Greenguard certified.I will check it out - thank you!You are truly amazing and the amount of work you must have put into this is incredible. My mom actually referred me to your site and I'm so glad she did. I'm a canadian actually living in Germany right now, in my 22nd week of pregnancy and trying to figure out where to start; including which country from which to get a lot of my stuff!! It seems that sticking within Europe may be the best way for me to go, but I'm still trying to sift through it. Thank you so much for getting me started and I will continue to use you as a source before future purchases! Thanks again :-)So gladl you like it! Thanks!HOW is the baby bjorn bouncer "naturally" flame resistant as you mention when the cover is made from cotton? I've called the company and received the same statement that you posted: "In order to meet any flammability requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008, BabyBjörn uses only natural fabrics in the production of BabyBjörn products, meaning that they are flame resistant by nature." This seems not only misleading but false. Cotton by nature is flammable. Cotton mattresses, for instance, only meet the flammability tests when wrapped in wool, which IS naturally flame resistant. Please clarify or adjust your statement online.If you are concerned about your baby igniting in a bouncer, there are probably hundreds of products for you to choose from that are treated with toxic chemicals to nestle your baby in. I'm merely reporting directly as I heard from the company - it is up to the reader to do what they choose with that information and make their own decisions.You have done great work, it's looking very nice in these pictures, i want to say thanks for sharing this nice idea . childrens and kids furnitureLovely work you have done so far. i am really impressed. online mattress and bed retailerThanks for a great comprehensive list of products. I purchased the oeuf contoured changing pad based on your suggestions and it arrived today. It says it is made from urethane foam and fiberboard. While they claim it is plant-based, I was reading some things online saying that it is possible that only a small amount of it needs to be plant based and the rest can just be petroleum based. Does anyone else know anything about this?As noted in this post about my findings from the email from Oeuf, the waterproof backing of the cover is what is made of polyurethane, which passes Greenguard. It is the foam filler that is plant based. Sorry for any confusion. Just wanted to add that the Primo EuroBath Tub is also BPA free, Phthalate free, and Lead free. And the design is awesome!I stumbled on this post while looking for flame retardant free toddler chairs that are soft and not made of polyurethane foam! I've looked at the Nook Pebble Lounger, but it's $300…any suggestions?Great, well researched list. What a great resource for parents and parents-to-be! Thank you for putting it together!any advice on portable changing stations? everything i can find has PVC's or phalates. there was one made by a company called journey light that looked great but they seem to be out of business. Thank You for this amazing list!! I editted my registry and added some fabulous items thanks to YOU!!You could add Java play gym color fun. In addition to being wooden, you can add more of your own wooden or organic cotton toys. Most of the other wood gyms do not really have that option. Our 2 month old LOVES this gym! Price on Amazon: $65.60 and free ship.Stupid auto correct! Should say HABA not java!Wow thank you SO much for doing all this comprehensive research!! I'm working on my registry now as I'm currently pregnant with my first child and there is so much information out there and so many product options, my head is spinning :-) This is an amazing list and I've already saved the link for future use...I'm sure I'll be back many many times. Thank you!!This is a great list! I have an Arms Reach mini co-sleeper and would like to replace the mattress, but I'm trying to figure out what kind of support board to use under the new mattress. Does the Ecobaby mattress require a support board, and if so, what did you use?Kelsey - funny you should ask! Yes, it did need some support but I just cut up a large piece of sturdy cardboard from a moving box and it worked perfectly. That was all that was needed. :)Thanks! That's very helpful!This comment has been removed by the author.Hello - thank you for all this info. I was looking at the BabyBjorn bouncer and the seat is made of polyester. Is that a concern?Thank you for this great post! I contacted Boba regarding flame retardants in their carriers, they said no, they do not use flame retardants. Hello! Was wondering if you use flame retardants in your carriers. Thanks!January 20Boba1/20, 10:24amBobaNo we do not, thanks for asking, Jen!If anyone has any recommendations as an alternative to an Exersaucer, I'd love to hear them!Hi, I'm interested in using a PRIMO Eurobath, and see that it's made in the U.S.A., but am unclear if it is chemical free. Do you have any more info about this?Also, I've used the Breastfriend nursing pillow for both of my little ones. I know that it's not organic, but after looking on their website, it says that they do not use any fire retardent in their foam. Do you know any more about the safety of this pillow? My little ones have spent a lot of time on it!Great blog! Thank you for sharing all of your findings.Just wanted to let you know so you can update your Boba Carrier information. I emailed them and received a quick response back to my question on whether the carrier or any padding was treated with flame retardants. Thank you for contacting us! We do not use flame retardants on our products. Our products meet all safety testing requirements up to the CPSC standards. To read more about that you can visit our website at http://www.boba.com/consumer-product-safety-improvement-act/ Let me know if I can help you with anything else!Hi,I'm hoping you can help me. Your blog is my go-to before I purchase products for my baby and has been an amazing help. I currently have an Orbit car seat and am looking for something less toxic. Non toxic would be ideal but I don't know if that exists. I contacted Stokke and unfortunately, they do not sell in the U.S. because regulations are different. I see that the car seat post hasn't been updated in some years and I'm hoping you can point me in the right direction for the best car seat, least toxic there is... what do you use? Thank you so much!!I keep coming back to your blog, I love it so much! Just a note that the Babyletto cribs aren't actually lead-free, but lead-safe, so there is a small amount of lead in them. If anyone chooses this crib, be sure to get a teething guard ASAP before your little one starts to gnaw on the rails.For what its worth, i emailed Babyletto about the lead safe vs. lead free conflicting info. They clearly need to get more aligned with correct info but this was their response, "Thank you for bring this to my attention. I have found out our furniture is lead and phthalate free. Our products are compatible with the current requirements that lead does not exceed 0.1% by weight. On our test reports it show the lead levels as Non-detectable and lead free."Don't know about the other metals and if their products come without paint, but thought this might be helpful.Wow, thanks for the incredible breakdown! We're getting a new bassinet cradle soon, and we want to make sure it's safe as possible. It's good to know what to watch out for, and what to we should actually be looking for. Thiago | http://www.babybarndiscounts.com.au/bassinette-cradle/Excellent post! it has very useful equipment for child.After seeing these articles it seems it is very comfortable for child.Thanks!Infant baby and baby care equipmentThank you for sharing valuable information. Nice post. I enjoyed reading this post. The whole blog is very nice found some good stuff and good information here Thanks..Also visit my page.kids organic sleepwear Welcome to babyandmumstore where you can shop for many of your babywear, kids swimwear, bab sleepwear, organic clothing.We provides best baby clothes and if you are looking for best men cloth and best women cloth we are the best.we also provide the earth friendly accessories.I've been communicating with the company that makes the Baby Mod/Babyletto cribs and while they have a non-toxic finish, it is oil-based and their cribs are NOT lead-free or phthalate-free. That being said, they claim to have very low levels of these substances, but many people are under the misconception that it is free of these toxic chemicals. Just an FYI for anyone reading.Naturkind Kinderwagon is an all natural stroller/pram made in germany, I wish more american natural mommas knew about them!Is it available in the US?Thx for a ton of info!Came here for the babybjorn bouncer. Sure the BabyBjorn bouncer is a bit pricey but consider this: I have a bouncer that is over 10 years old and is currently being heavily used by a 5th baby/child, you can check it out at BabyBjorn Bouncer. They never go for a poor price as a used item if you take good care of it and that's the catch... it is a really good design made from excellent material so you can take care of it really easily. Just pull the fabric off and wash it. And when you don't need it or wanna transport it you can fold it up and you're good to go. Definitely and excellent item!http://www.hanging-cradle.com/Best bassinet ever! took me two months to find. Absolutely nothing chemical, totally organic, and good for six-nine monthsMany thanks for this useful list. I just wanted to let you know that in 2012 they conducted tests in Germany and they found a toxic substance called antimony in the textile of the travel crib Bjoern. I only have the link to the German webpage (in German) but it seems this product is not safe at all. http://www.testberichte.de/p/babybjoern-tests/reisebett-light-blau-testbericht.htmlIn regards to the Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper… Does anyone know if it's JUST the mattress that contains toxic materials or other parts of the co-sleeper as well? I really like this product and want to get it for our baby for many reasons.. Definitely going to replace the mattress to the one suggested; however, if there are other potentially harmful substances contained in any part of the device, I'm just not going to buy it. Thanks for this list by the way.. super helpful! :-) I just wanted to mention that I spoke with someone named Frank about their Bloom Coco Go Organic Lounger and this was their response back to me:Hello. Please let me know if I can help you with anything.bloom customer: Hi I would like to know if coco go organic 3-in-1 lounger is made with any flame retardants?frank - nyc: there are no added or harsh chemicals to pass the FR testing.the materials used are naturally FR so we do not add anything thats not needed.bloom customer: and what are the specific materials used that you mention are naturally FR?frank - nyc: organic cottonbloom customer: And nothing else other than organic cotton is used in the material, such as the seat of the lounger? It has nothing else in it?frank - nyc: the seat pad is:front facing: organic cottonback facing : polyesterand that is itbloom customer: Alright thank you very much for your help!! :)Based on my interaction with them, this exchange still seems fishy to me. Often times polyester has flame retardants worked into the fibers, so companies are able to say there are no "added" flame retardants. They do this all the time with children's pajamas. Polyester is often code for flame retardants built in. I had registered for the ergo baby carrier, but then I found this review on Amazon:This is not a true organic item!!!!beware!By Kelly on April 19, 2013Color: Lattice/Taupe Verified PurchaseSo I did thorough research before buying a carrier because I happen to know a lot about toxic chemicals and I settled on the ergo baby organic carrier with the organic infant insert. Well upon arrival I felt the straps of the carrier and guess what was inside? Nope!not organic stuffing like ergo baby states it is EVA foam it's also in the bottom portion of the carrier! I also paid extra for an organic infant insert As opposed to the regular insert and alas there was foam inside the bottom of the insert pillow as well! I called ergo baby and they confirmed that there was indeed EVA foam in both of these items. There are low amounts of formermine inside their EVA foam. Formermine causes reproductive cancer. EVA foam is what playmats are typically made out of. Germany and France have already outlawed EVA foam play mat but of course America Would never do that. We're too concerned about the bottom line. In any event I asked them Why it was stated on the carrier itself, the box the carrier came in,and all of the information on websites Where there was information about the carrier and insert, That it was 100% organic with organic cotton outside and organic cotton inside and why it did it not state that there was EVA foam Inside ? Ergo baby told me legally they didn't have to disclose the fact that the foam was in there. The lady tried to wiggle out of it by saying well this foam doesn't really touch the baby I told her the foam, the chemicals inside the foam everything that has to do with foam off gases and comes through the material! You will probably be in the sun with your baby and carrier, And with the sun beating down onto the foam It will Ofgas more! You don't want your baby's face is right next to the foam so he's breathing it and even if you get the chew straps, you don't want to mouth anywhere near the carriers straps! i asked to order one without foam. They said they can't accommodate me because it their Warehouse volume is too high to accommodate my needs I said well that figures that's why you're saving money on crap foam and putting babies health at risk instead of filling it with organic cotton stuffing as you misrepresent that you do!! In any event what I ended up doing was purchasing a seam ripper and opening up the seams on both sides of the straps removing the foam with gloves on of course and removing the foam from the bottom portion of the carrier And from the pillow in the infant insert and then sewing it back up with some organic soy cotton batting. Just be wary people you need to call the manufacturer never trust when they say something organic or non-toxic without first checking all of the materials MSDS reports and facts because there's a lot of companies out there that are green washed and scamming people At the expense of our little one's health!!Now I am leaning toward the Lillebaby, but I want to make sure that they don't use flame retardants first. Anyone have any info on this?This is really a treasure trove of information on all of this gear. We were particularly concerned about the chemical content of the baby furniture seeing that the baby would be spending the majority of time in the crib and in the nursery. We actually did a lot of research on this. We're still doing our research on the car seats as well. I'd recommend Natart for green furniture, it's not made in China either which was one of our biggest concerns. We bought our set at direct buy baby which you can see here: http://www.directbuybaby.com/natart-alexa-2-piece-nursery-set-in-silver.htmlSo far we've looked at Chicco and Britax for infant car seats. I know that Chicco is made in China, I've seen that Britax is made in both China and USA... not too sure which seats are made where. It'd be great if the companion provided more info on that to parents! Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment. BLOG_CMT_createIframe('https://www.blogger.com/rpc_relay.html'); Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.





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