Our little baby is feeling ready to enter the world a few weeks early, so I’m currently in bedrest, doctors orders, and I’m trying to keep our little baby inside for a little while longer.
Pregnancies can be so different and vary in all shapes and forms. When I was pregnant with my first born, Morris, I past my due date with 10 days and this time it looks like the baby is going to join us soon, my due date is 3rd of december. But, you can never know, maybe the baby decides to stay all the way, the most important thing is that he/she is healthy and well.
Gentle diaper cream, gentle baby oil and nipple cream.
Cloth diapers from Swedish brand RetroPi made of bambu.
I’m so looking forward to be using these cloth diapers from RetroPi, isn’t the colors amazing? Along with the cloth diapers we’re going to use wash cloths made of organic cotton as well. Nicer to the environment and the baby.
New ECO bedding from SUMMERVILLE and FILIBABA, you find the items here.
Even though the baby will sleep in a white babynest from SLEEPYHEAD the first couple of months, I wanted to make the crib ready. The pillow and cover is made from organic cotton and the filling is made of vegetable fibres. We rarely buy new stuff but when we do we always try to find the most environmental-friendly alternatives, but most of the time we buy things second-hand, and when it comes to baby stuff, there is so much clothes and essentials that looks and feels just like store-bought.
And if you haven’t seen Cowspiracy or What the Health yet (available on Netflix), then go do that.
Last week I placed an order on Etsy and a few days later this beautiful, upcycled changing mat came to our door. Normadot is a danish company that hand screen print on all there products, the colors are subtle but yet interesting and I just love this portable changing mat made out of upcycled materials.
Check them out HERE.
Btw, at Etsy I’ve found a lot of organic, environmental friendly baby products that I plan to get my hands on.
You know you made a good deal when you find a bodysuit made of organic cotton for only 5 Swedish kronas, and how cute are those tiny socks? Also from a second-hand shop here in town.
The pacifier though is brand new made out of natural rubber, not sure about this pacifier thing but we figure it’s good to have at least one home, but I think you should try to satisfy your babies natural needs with natural methods, like changing diaper, feeding or the baby might just need some skin-to-skin to feel calm. But hey, we’ll see, the baby is’nt here yet.
After a long day in the sun and biking around town we’re going to enjoy this plate full of freshness and watch one of our favorite movies, Howl’s Moving Castle. If you like Japanese childrens movies you need to watch this one.