- DYPER creates eco-friendly diapers that are better for the baby (chemical-free), better for the planet (compostable, unheard of!), and better for parents (with a convenient subscription and budget-friendly). The diapers are made of premium materials like bamboo and are the safest option for precious little bums while still being durable and absorbent.
- DYPER is also super-convenient thanks to its subscription service – no more worrying about being on the last diaper or having to even leave the house! For $68/month, get all of the diapers you need delivered, and it even comes with an “SOS” button in case you need more in a pinch. DYPER.com..
- Comotomo bottles are rated number one in baby’s ability to go between bottle to breast.
- It’s also a safer alternative to plastic as the bottle is made of silicone,which lasts longer, and stands up better against heat and cold than plastics.
- When burned, silicone reverts back into its harmless ingredients: amorphous silica, carbon dioxide, and water vapor (unlike plastic which releases toxins when burned).
- Extremely breathable and lightweight, makes it perfect for swaddling babies.
- Silky soft and comfortable, a safe choice for delicate newborn skin.
- Our unique Kaffle fabric does not pill or snag like traditional muslin.
- OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified which means free of any potentially harmful chemicals.
- Perfectly sized to swaddle at 47″ x 47″, but can be used as a nursing cover, burp cloth, diaper change cover and more!
iPlay iLearn – 10 piece Rattle Set
- 10 Bright Primary colored Rattles/Teethers for different stages of baby’s development.
- Each rattle has different grips, shapes and tasks to assist in fine motor skills.
- Variety of textures will assist in tactile development of touch, taste and smell.
- Numerous sounds will expand babies’ sensory experiences, colors and patterns help eye tracking skills.
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