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How To Help your Newborn Sleep Peacefully and Safely

How To Help your Newborn Sleep Peacefully and Safely

Choosing the right newborn baby sleepsuits for your precious one can be an extra special time as you get excited about all the fabulous things ahead of you. However it’s important to keep in mind that style and comfort is just one part of the picture, safety in these early months is paramount.

Organic Babygrows for Newborns

Promote Healthy Sleep Cycles

On average, newborns sleep a total of 16 to 17 hours daily during the first few weeks after they are born. Your baby won’t take all her sleep in one long stretch, even at night. At first she’ll need to wake up for feeds. From when she’s newborn to when she’s around three months old, your baby will sleep in sleep-wake cycles through the day, with longer spells at night.

The length of these sleep cycles depends on your baby. She will probably sleep for blocks of about two hours in the day, and four hours to six hours at night. Some babies sleep through the night within weeks, while others take a year or more to achieve this. Just like you, your baby goes through cycles of different types of sleep, from drowsiness to light sleep, then deep sleep followed by dream sleep (rapid eye movement sleep or REM). She’ll come back up again through deep sleep and light sleep to the surface, before drifting off again.

Between light sleep and deep sleep is a stage called quiet sleep (non-rapid eye movement or NREM), during which dreams can also happen. In older children nightmares and sleepwalking often occur in quiet sleep. Though this quiet, non-dream sleep is well formed in newborns, it occurs in shorter bursts than it does in adults.

Your newborn baby will move through this sleep cycle about five times a night. Their sleep cycle is between 50 minutes and an hour long. This will probably increase once she’s three months to the adult amount of one hour and 30 minutes. These cycles are essential for the child’s brain development when sleeping. We all know that being a new parent is tough to say the least and the last thing you want to do is interrupt that extraordinary nap time! Making sure your little one is comfortable and secure and wearing the right type of baby sleepsuits can work wonders.

Help your Newborn Sleep Peacefully and Safely

Opt for Organic Baby Sleepsuits

When deciding on sleepsuits for babies, always remember that less is so much more! You have probably put a lot of thought and investment into your baby’s wardrobe before he or she arrived into this world. However, we have to be practical and realize that more simple outfits are necessary, not to mention easier, for your newborn’s first few months of life. You have plenty of time to upgrade the fashion style later on ;-)

Simple, Organic baby sleepsuits, babygrows and bodies are really practical for newborns. Help minimize risk during their sleeping hours by dressing them in simple, breathable clothing. Baby sleepsuits with hoods that can potentially cover a child’s face, or items with bows and laces are certainly not recommended. Simple Organic cotton baby clothes are an excellent choice as it allows your baby to snuggle and sleep tight wrapped in the super soft natural material. Not to mention the considerable benefits that organic cotton offers for such sensitive delicate skin!

Add Essential Baby Accessories

Newborn hats will keep your baby warm, especially if it is winter. For the first few weeks of life, newborns can lose a lot of heat through their heads, so it can be a good idea to keep them covered when out and about.

Baby socks are also really useful for your little angel, especially if your sleepsuits does not have built in footies. This add-on can help regulate your baby’s body temperature and make sleeping more comfortable.

Of course, do not forget those teeny weeny mittens. Newborns have fairly sharp fingernails, and if left uncovered, those tiny razors can easily scratch your baby’s soft skin, especially the face!

Things to Keep Away From

There are so many things that can pose a hazard to newborns. Here are a few simple tips to minimize any risk.

Toys. The time for play and sleeping are two very different things. So, avoid putting toys in your child’s crib or sleeping area as they can cause choking. Always keep safety in mind first.

Separate Blanket. Do not cover your newborn with a loose blanket because this can accidentally rise up and cover their nose and cause choking. Newborn swaddle bags would be a far safer option.

Layers of Clothing. Unnecessary layers are not advisable at all. Your newborn will feel enough warmth from the organic cotton baby sleepsuits he or she is already wearing. Those extra layers will only make your child irritable which can prevent them from getting that all important sleep.

Electric Blankets. Never use these blankets to warm your baby up, not even during cold weather. Electric blankets may cause burning.

Hot Water Bottles. Hot water bottles are hazards as they might cause burning and can be a choking hazard for your newborn. There are far more effective ways to warm your child beside hot water bottles, that’s for sure!

Summary

Newborns need plenty of time to sleep. As parents, we can take a number of steps to help them sleep comfortably and safely during this vital stage in their mental development and also their physical and emotional well-being. Choosing the right sleepsuits for your baby and keeping the sleeping area cozy and safe is a great place to start. Here at Tilly & Jasper we are proud to offer you a wide array of comfortable children’s sleepsuits and babygrows from the UK’s leading organic brands. Be sure to let us know which your favorite is!

 

 

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Snowsuit- Nordic Forest – Organic Cotton Clothing

Snowsuit- Nordic Forest – Organic Cotton Clothing

Glide under the stars with our Nordic swans. Our signature snowsuit, perfect for keeping cosy in Winter. Our hugely popular Snowsuits are fully lined with organic baby grows cotton sherpa. Super snug and cosy with beautiful, unique prints.

Why we love it:

  • Comes with fold over mitts to keep hands warm
  • Designed for cold days
  • Unisex
  • Fully lined in organic baby clothes online
  • Made from the best quality 100% organic Fairtrade cotton
  • Machine washable
baby grows
baby grows

Free Delivery on all UK orders

UK DELIVERY OPTIONS

Royal Mail Standard – 2 to 4 Working Days – FREE

Royal Mail 1st Class – 1 to 2 Working Days – £3.40

Next Working Day DHL Express – £9 (If ordered before 1 pm Mon to Fri)

EUROPEAN DELIVERY OPTIONS

European Standard Delivery – Estimated delivery within 7 working days – £7.50 (Free for orders over £100)

European DHL Express – 3 to 4 working days – £20

NORTH AMERICA DELIVERY OPTIONS

North America Standard Delivery- up to 2 weeks – £12 (Free for orders over £100)

North America – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days – £20

AUSTRALIA DELIVERY OPTIONS

Australia Standard Delivery – up to 2 weeks – £14 (Free for orders over £100)

Australia – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days – £26

REST OF WORLD DELIVERY OPTIONS

Rest of World Standard Delivery – Up to 2 weeks – £14 (Free for orders over £100)

Rest of World – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days- £28

*If you are ordering from outside the UK or European Union local taxes and import duties may be applicable and payable when the delivery reaches the specified destination. You are responsible for payment of any such taxes and import duties. Please contact your local customs office for further information before placing your order. We cannot predict their amount or have any control over these.

**Please note! In the rare instance that your delivery is very heavy we may contact you for extra delivery costs.

DISPATCH TIMES

If your order has been accepted, we will dispatch your order as quickly as possible Monday to Friday. Orders placed after 1pm on Fridays will be dispatched the following Monday. For any orders placed over the weekend, these will be processed the following Monday.

TRACKING

Once your order has been fulfilled we will send you a confirmation email to the address you entered in your order. If you selected an express courier option, this will include your unique tracking number to track your parcel. You can track the progress of your delivery from despatch to delivery.

Returns Policy

We hope you love everything you order, but in case you don’t, not to worry. We will happily accept returns for unused merchandise in its original condition at time of purchase for up to 30 days from purchase date.

For items purchased on www.tillyandjasper.co.uk, we offer a full refund (with the exception of gift wrapping and shipping expenses associated with the order) if they are returned in their original condition within 30 days of purchase.

If in the unlikely event your product has a manufacturing defect, please contact us at support@tillyandjasper.com or call us on 020 7193 6913. We are here to help and resolve any concerns Monday through Saturday from 9am GMT to 6pm GMT.

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LGR Flying Free Jelly Bean Joggers – Organic Cotton Clothing

LGR Flying Free Jelly Bean Joggers – Organic Cotton Clothing

baby leggings boy
baby leggings boy

These jelly bean joggers baby leggings boy are made from a soft double organic cotton clothing and sized generously so your little one can move easily. Match with our pointelle bodies and tops for a beautiful outfit.

Why so special?

Made from the best quality 100% organic cotton clothing.  

Machine washable.

Free Delivery on all UK orders

UK DELIVERY OPTIONS

Royal Mail Standard – 2 to 4 Working Days – FREE

Royal Mail 1st Class – 1 to 2 Working Days – £3.40

Next Working Day DHL Express – £9 (If ordered before 1 pm Mon to Fri)

EUROPEAN DELIVERY OPTIONS

European Standard Delivery – Estimated delivery within 7 working days – £7.50 (Free for orders over £100)

European DHL Express – 3 to 4 working days – £20

NORTH AMERICA DELIVERY OPTIONS

North America Standard Delivery- up to 2 weeks – £12 (Free for orders over £100)

North America – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days – £20

AUSTRALIA DELIVERY OPTIONS

Australia Standard Delivery – up to 2 weeks – £14 (Free for orders over £100)

Australia – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days – £26

REST OF WORLD DELIVERY OPTIONS

Rest of World Standard Delivery – Up to 2 weeks – £14 (Free for orders over £100)

Rest of World – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days- £28

*If you are ordering from outside the UK or European Union local taxes and import duties may be applicable and payable when the delivery reaches the specified destination. You are responsible for payment of any such taxes and import duties. Please contact your local customs office for further information before placing your order. We cannot predict their amount or have any control over these.

**Please note! In the rare instance that your delivery is very heavy we may contact you for extra delivery costs.

DISPATCH TIMES

If your order has been accepted, we will dispatch your order as quickly as possible Monday to Friday. Orders placed after 1pm on Fridays will be dispatched the following Monday. For any orders placed over the weekend, these will be processed the following Monday.

TRACKING

Once your order has been fulfilled we will send you a confirmation email to the address you entered in your order. If you selected an express courier option, this will include your unique tracking number to track your parcel. You can track the progress of your delivery from despatch to delivery.

Returns Policy

We hope you love everything you order, but in case you don’t, not to worry. We will happily accept returns for unused merchandise in its original condition at time of purchase for up to 30 days from purchase date.

For items purchased on www.tillyandjasper.co.uk, we offer a full refund (with the exception of gift wrapping and shipping expenses associated with the order) if they are returned in their original condition within 30 days of purchase.

If in the unlikely event your product has a manufacturing defect, please contact us at support@tillyandjasper.com or call us on 020 7193 6913. We are here to help and resolve any concerns Monday through Saturday from 9am GMT to 6pm GMT.

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POPPY RED ART PRINT

POPPY RED ART PRINT

floral wall art
floral wall art
  • A Di Lewis Studios Design, printed in the USA
  • Gallery quality Premium Giclée print using Epson archival inks
  • Acid, lignin and chlorine free, 100% cotton heavyweight archival paper (314 g/m²)
  • Floral Wall Art
  • Made to Order
  • Custom trimmed

 

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Look to the Stars When Choosing Newborn Baby organic clothes

Look to the Stars When Choosing Newborn Baby organic clothes

Infant boy’s outfits are these days just as exciting to buy as those for baby girls. Why don’t you break with tradition and leave the pastel blues and greens behind? Alternatively you can select comfortable and functional baby onesies in purple, lime green or red. Pick a beloved cartoon character and you are certain to find baby organic clothes displaying the character’s motif with vivid colors. It is possible to exhibit yours and your newborn’s style without dressing them in denim jeans and shirts that are not suited to your new baby by picking one piece body suits in soft, eco-friendly materials but include cool motifs and colors.

baby organic clothes
baby organic clothes

Today stars are leading the way in dressing their infants in fun and way-out garments. Traditionally newborn babies haven’t worn black, dark brown or vivid crimson, yet why not? A black romper suit decorated with red and yellow stars looks fantastic on a boy baby with dark hair, and it is not essential to go to the expense of buying designer infant boy clothing either. A number of styles of discount apparel are following the trends established by the stars and creating baby clothing that aren’t just environmentally friendly, practical and comfy, but additionally have funny and funky designs.

You might have had enough time to prepare your newborn baby’s closet weeks prior to the birth. However, in the event you have not had the time or if you are trying to find unique baby organic clothes to present as gifts; a point to bear in mind is that infants can dirty an astounding quantity of clothing and often require many changes each day. It is vital that a baby is comfortably dressed to stay cool or warm depending on the weather. Consequently layers of clothes is the best option for little ones as they may be removed or added to, based on the time, the temperature, and if you are venturing out or remaining indoors. It’s essential to find newborn baby organic clothes comprised of comfortable, organic materials that are easy to clean and put on. You can gather your infant’s outfits early, in which case, if you do not know if you are having a girl or a boy, they must be suitable for either. One method to build up a baby’s wardrobe is to use a popular character as a starting point, or a certain colour range and buy matching pieces.

A one piece bodysuit is the starting point for virtually all infants clothing. They’re a straightforward and practical way to keep your baby snug. Onesies have got snap fasteners for making diaper changing simple and this adaptable garment is good for daytime or night time use. You should put on further layers in chilly temperatures however use the onesie like a base so that the comfy soft fabric is near to baby’s delicate skin.

During the past, baby organic clothes were usually boring and restricted to pale blue or plain white. Having said that today you can get unique baby organic clothes in most of the main baby retail outlets and designers are creating more and more distinctive designs for baby boys as well as girls. So there’s no need to pine after those pretty little outfits if you have given birth to a boy since their clothes can be just as eye-catching and fun. These cute clothes can be easily personalized to make great monogrammed baby gifts too.

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Organic Vs Non Organic

Organic Vs Non Organic

organic cotton clothing

We all know that organic food is a healthy choice, but does going organic even matter when it comes to textile products? Absolutely!

It is very clear that organic cotton clothing has amazing benefits for you, your family and the planet, whether you’re talking cloths, towels, or home fabrics.

Anyone who is interested in preserving the environment or just curious about how their clothes are made might be wondering about the differences between organic cotton vs non organic cotton. We’re already aware that harmful pesticides and insecticides are used in the growth of our fruits and vegetables, so what else could they be used in? Just what is the truth about organic cotton and conventional cotton?

The Facts

When cotton is loomed and prepped for cutting, it first goes through several chemical treatments and baths. It’s not usual for the dyes used on non organic cotton to contain heavy metals. There are no chemicals used in the growth of organic cotton. If organic cotton is ever treated with anything, it’s a gentle environmental dye or a colorant that’s natural, like clay.

Another difference between organic cotton and non organic cotton is that organic cotton is often safer for individuals who can’t wear conventional cotton because of the traces of chemicals and dyes inside of them.

Out In The Field

When it comes to planting cotton seeds, those used with organic cotton baby clothes aren’t treated with any kind of chemicals, nor are the seeds genetically modified organisms. The soil is rotated, which strengthens it and allows it to retain water better because there is more organic matter in the soil. The weeds that sprout up in a crop of organic cotton are removed by hand as opposed to using chemicals to get rid of the weeds. Weeds are controlled through hand hoeing and cultivation.

There is a larger impact to the environment with the growth of non organic cotton. The reason for this is that a quarter of insecticides that are used across the globe are used in the growth of conventional cotton. Some of the most harmful pesticides known to man are also used during the growth of non organic cotton. It’s not unusual to hear of a person consuming those harmful pesticides if they eat any foods that contain cottonseed oil.
Non organic cotton farming usually involves using manmade fertilizers. Not only that, but there is also a loss of soil because of the harmful monocrops, which are cultivated crops that aren’t rotated with all of the other crops in a specific area or field. Growing non organic cotton also involves intensive irrigation.

Additional Benefits

Besides feeling better about buying a completely organic product, there are several other benefits of buying organic cotton:

It’s chemical-free.

Organic cotton is produced without synthetic fertilizers, insecticides and pesticides. (One of the farms Boll & Branch works with grows marigolds in its fields—they naturally repel pests!) Conventional cotton, on the other hand, uses more insecticides than any other crop.

It requires less water.

Cotton is one of the world’s thirstiest plants. But organic cotton farmers don’t need to irrigate as intensely, because they’re working with healthier soil from the start. The result is a more efficient process that uses significantly less water.

It’s healthier for farmers.

People who work at conventional cotton farms interact every day with all of the toxic chemicals used in the growing process. Pesticide poisoning is linked to thousands of deaths each year.

It’s healthier for animals.

Pesticide runoff from conventional cotton farms doesn’t just affect people—it also kills millions of fish, birds and other animals annually. Organic cotton processes eliminate this danger.

It’s healthier for you.

Before they arrive in stores, conventional cotton products are treated with chemical dyes and bleach. Organic cotton products, on the other hand, are made without harmful chemicals. The result is a healthier choice for you and your family—and peace of mind that’ll last far beyond Earth Day.

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Why we love Fair-Trade Cotton

Why we love Fair-Trade Cotton

Cotton is the world’s oldest commercial crop and one of the most important fibre crops in the global textile industry.

Although world cotton production is dominated by China, India and the US, cotton is vital for the survival of many low income countries in Central and West Asia and Africa – it accounts, in value terms, for 26.4 per cent of Benin’s exports and 58.7 per cent of Burkina Faso’s.

Cotton farmers in developing countries, including leading producers like India and China, live in hardship. As many as 100 million households are directly engaged in cotton production and an estimated 300 million people work in the cotton sector when family labour, farm labour and workers in ancillary services such as transportation, ginning, baling and storage are taken into account. For farmers, the challenges range from the impact of climate change, poor prices for seed cotton, through to competition from highly subsidised producers in rich countries and poor terms of trade. In particular, government subsidies for cotton farmers in rich countries, particularly the US, create a market with artificially low prices that small-scale farmers are unable to compete in.

Fairtrade cotton was launched to put the spotlight on these farmers who are often left invisible, neglected and poor at the end of a long and complex cotton supply chain. Through tools like the Fairtrade Minimum Price and an additional Fairtrade Premium and stronger, more democratic organisations, Fairtrade has sought to provide these farmers with an alternative route to trade and higher, more stable incomes.

Organic Kids Clothes
Organic Kids Clothes

ABOUT COTTON

Complex issues in the global cotton industry mean millions of small-scale farmers are struggling to make a decent living from growing cotton.
Why do cotton farmers remain poor?

With high levels of illiteracy and limited land holdings, many cotton farmers live below the poverty line and are dependent on middle men or ginners who often buy their cotton at prices below the cost of production.

Rising costs of production, fluctuating market prices, decreasing yields and climate change are daily challenges, along with food price inflation and food insecurity. In West Africa, a cotton farmer’s typical smallholding of 2-5 hectares must provide the essential income to cover basic needs such as food, healthcare, school fees and seeds and tools. A small fall in cotton prices can have serious implications for a farmer’s ability to meet these needs. In India many farmers are seriously indebted because of the high-interest loans needed to purchase fertilisers and other farm inputs and have, in desperation, resorted to ending their lives. The notorious complexity of the cotton and textile supply chain means that farmers have little power to negotiate with others in the chain to secure better prices.

But in addition to these problems that plague most smallholder farmers, the situation in cotton is worse because the global cotton trade is heavily distorted by subsidies given to cotton farmers including in rich countries like the US and EU.

These subsidies totalled a record $10.35bn in 2014-15, led by China with subsidies worth $8.2bn. Cotton producers in Turkey were paid $508m while US cotton farmers received subsidies for crop insurance premiums amounting to $490m. Government subsidies create a market with artificially low prices that farmers in developing countries are unable to compete in and allow the US to export its cotton at a lower price than cotton produced in West Africa or India.

How does Fairtrade make things better?

Fairtrade works with the small-scale cotton farmers in Asia and Africa and helps build stronger farmer-owned organisations. This is important because farmers can achieve a lot more together as a group in negotiations with ginners and traders or in supporting the local community.

Fairtrade encourages sustainable cotton production and is the only standard to provide economic benefits, through a guaranteed Fairtrade Minimum Price and additional Fairtrade Premium for seed cotton farmers. In 2014, 22 farmers’ organisations in 7 countries were certified for Fairtrade cotton production and reported Premium earnings of approximately £800,000. A large percentage of this was invested in providing farmers with tools and inputs and supporting education and healthcare facilities in the local community.

Through Fairtrade, thousands of cotton farmers have already improved their lives. Cotton co-operatives have become better organised, farmers are more productive and women farmers are receiving the same rewards as male farmers, from voting rights to equal pay. A study on the impact of Fairtrade cotton in four countries particularly noted the impact of Fairtrade Standards on gender equity. The study highlighted how a requirement in the Fairtrade Standards for seed cotton stipulating that women farmers should be paid directly (rather than through their husbands or other male family members) had encouraged more women in West and Central Africa to cultivate cotton. They considered that this had given them more influence over their household resources.

Boosting Fairtrade cotton sales for farmers

Fairtrade currently works with almost 55,000 cotton farmers in some of the poorest regions in the world. In 2014 Fairtrade certified producer organisations sold an average of 43 per centof their production volumes on Fairtrade terms, much higher than in previous years. Meanwhile, globally, 90 million small-scale cotton farmers are all in need of a fairer deal for their cotton. There’s still a lot more that Fairtrade can do.

The Fairtrade Cotton Program therefore unlocks exciting new opportunities for businesses to buy more cotton on Fairtrade terms and expand market access under Fairtrade terms for more farmers. The new model recognises that businesses want to use more Fairtrade cotton in their manufacturing of clothing and textiles, rather than create a specific Fairtrade branded cotton range. Read more about the Fairtrade Cotton Program.

In the words of G S Rao, state coordinator of Fairtrade certified Chetna Organic in India,

‘Buying a fairly traded garment is not giving to charity, but is much more a positive statement of fulfilling ones commitment towards all the people who are ultimately responsible for the garment. Fairtrade has helped Chetna to lay additional focus on setting up farmers’ institutions and building their capacities on leadership and self-sustainability. Other certifications do not focus on building producers’ institutions and yet, this is the key to long-term sustainability. With setting up of farmers’ institutions, involvement of women has also slowly started to increase, though there is still a long way to go.’

If you are looking to buy organic baby clothes online visit our online Organic Kids Clothes Store UK.

Source: https://www.tillyandjasper.co.uk/blogs/news/why-we-love-fair-trade-cotton

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Baby Clothes Sale

Baby Clothes Sale

So now the new grandbaby is actually here, I can stop wistfully staring at newborn sleepsuits and other baby clothes online and buy something for real!  He’s a boy so I don’t have to just look at unisex baby grows now, I can look at the baby boy clothes too.

Baby Clothes Sale

As you’d expect there’s a particularly good baby clothes sale on here at Tilly and Jasper! But to be honest most of the good sites out there have a bit of a clear-out at this time of year to make room for their autumn ranges.

This lovely Kite Flamingo organic cotton romper is available with £5 off and it’s one of my favourites. It’s a gorgeous warm yellow colour with a very striking flamingo print.

Kite Flamingo organic cotton romper

There’s £5 off this Seagull Print T-Shirt too!  It’s made from 100% GOTS certified cotton and is super-soft. But take a look at these incredibly cute baby boy leggings tell me they’re not adorable. How cute is that little chick motif! Great for boys and girls alike, I’ll be getting a pair for sure!

Seagull Print T-Shirt

If you’re looking for baby girl clothes and you’re not one for frills and flounces, then I think you’ll love this summery stripy dress. This Mutli Stripe Short Sleeve T-Shirt Dress comes in 100% GOTS certified organic cotton fabric and is a really easy-wear piece. I reckon they should do a Mum version of this one as it would be incredibly popular.

Mutli Stripe Short Sleeve T-Shirt Dress

And what’s not to love about this Stripy Sunflower T-Shirt. The applique sunflower is soft to the touch, simple and super-cheerful. As with all Tilly and Jasper baby clothes, it’s machine washable and brilliant for tots with sensitive skin.

Stripy Sunflower T-Shirt

There’s up to 50% off in the Tilly and Jasper kids clothes sale but you’ll need to get a move on as we’re selling out fast!

source: https://www.tillyandjasper.co.uk/blogs/news/baby-clothes-sale

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Get the Most Beautiful and Exclusive Organic cotton baby clothes Online

Get the Most Beautiful and Exclusive Organic cotton baby clothes Online

The birth of a baby is the much awaited occasion in every family. Right from the expecting mother and father to the grandparents and aunts and uncles, all start preparations to welcome this little bundle of joy. Buying organic cotton baby clothes, baby blanket, baby skin care products and baby shoes are some of the essential things that need to be bought for the baby. While all this ensures loads of fun and excitement, one needs to be very careful while buying baby items.

Organic cotton baby clothes
Organic cotton baby clothes

To take one case in point, one needs to pay a lot of attention while buying organic cotton baby clothes. The skin of new babies is extremely sensitive. Any harsh thing can cause rashes on the baby skin and expose his/her skin to skin ailments. It is therefore necessary to buy Organic cotton baby clothes that are made of soft and delicate material. The baby should feel comfortable and relaxed all the time. Another important thing to consider while buying organic cotton baby clothes is its colour. While organic cotton baby clothes are available in all shades, it is better to buy light coloured organic cotton baby clothes. Baby boy clothes in soothing blue and baby girl clothes in gentle pink are perfect for babies.

Organic cotton baby clothes are also perfect gift items for various occasions. You can gift organic cotton baby clothes to your colleague, friends or family members when you visit them in hospital or on baby baptism and baby christening. Market is flooded with a wide range of organic cotton baby clothes in different styles, designs and price range.

For the most beautiful and exclusive organic cotton baby clothes, you can consider the Baby Gifts Company. This U.K based online company provides the most beautiful range of organic cotton baby clothes with special emphasis on quality and price. Their Designer Organic cotton baby clothes in attractive styles and patterns range from all in ones, baby shoes, sweater & hats, special occasions, dresses, tshirts, baby sleeping bags, and pyjamas to make your baby look great and adorable.

Apart from organic cotton baby clothes, Baby Gifts Company provides a range of exclusive, luxurious and affordable New Baby Gifts and toddler gifts such as baby toys, baby blankets, baby skin care products, baby sleep bags, mother skin care products and much more. Here you can also get personalised baby gift items for baby girl and baby boy

They can wrap your selected baby gift, handwrite your personal message on a card and deliver it for you direct to your friends, family and colleagues at home, work or hospital.

Designer organic cotton baby clothes are made of soft & delicate materials & are available in various deigns & styles. Baby gifts ranging from baby toys, baby blanket gift, baby skin care products and lot more.

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