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    31 Eco-Friendly Baby Products That'll Make Parenting A Little Less Stressful

    Because you're basically Mother Nature.

    1. A tieable cotton Boba wrap that'll keep your baby close and have you looking stylish through your first few months of parenting. Reviewers love how soft and versatile it is.

    2. A natural rubber pacifier to replace your baby's plastic soother. Even its packaging is made of recycled paper and printed with soy inks, so you won't be creating extra waste.

    3. A LÄSSIG padded changing mat that has a ton of zippered pockets and compartments to hold all the necessities. Now you won't have to carry around a ton of resealable plastic bags with your baby's lotions and potions!

    4. A biodegradable bamboo plate that's separated into sections, in case you've got a particularly picky tot who hates their food touching. It suctions right onto a table so that it'll stay in place, even during a tantrum.

    5. Speaking of plastic bags, replace your standard snack pouches with these zip-sealed sandwich bags designed so that you can use them over and over again. They're leakproof, so you can store stuff like pureed baby food and apple sauce in 'em, too.

    6. Or, if you're trying to avoid plastic altogether, a patterned sandwich pouch that's so stunning you might mistake it for your makeup bag (which you could totally use it for, too).

    7. A set of organic bamboo baby hats that'll keep your youngin's noggin from gettin' frosty. Reviewers love how soft they are and say they're thin enough to comfortably wear indoors.

    8. A set of biodegradable bamboo rounds that you can use as nursing pads. They're great for sensitive skin and can be used as makeup remover wipes when you've finished breastfeeding. Who doesn't love a 2-in-1 product?

    9. And some natural nipple butter to soothe and moisturize those chapped nipz. Reviewers say a little goes a long way and that it can also be used as lip balm.

    10. A zippered wet bag that you can use to carry damp clothes and dirty diapers. It's stain and odor resistant, so you won't be constantly fanning away gross smells if you have to deal with an accident.

    11. A washable bib that'll save you from going through rolls and rolls of paper towel every time your baby dines. It has a catchall pocket so that food doesn't end up all over their high chair (and the floor).

    12. And a pack of magic sponge cloths, because accidents happen. They can absorb 20 times their own weight in water, which means you won't have to use up an entire roll of paper towels if you have a cooking crisis or a wine spill.

    13. An organic cotton changing pad with raised sides for extra comfort and security. Reviewers say that it's completely waterproof and easy to wipe down, so you don't even need to purchase a cover.

    14. A bottle of plant-based all-purpose balm that'll moisturize your baby's dry skin. Reviewers say it works wonders for diaper rashes, sun exposure, and pretty much every other skin irritation.

    15. A set of adorable wooden toys so you don't have to worry about your baby teething on toxic paints and plastics. As an added bonus, they'll also help them develop their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.

    16. A pair of colourful sippy cups made from recycled milk jugs. They have leakproof silicone valves that won't let anything spill out when they're knocked over.

    17. A cotton canvas play mat that folds up neatly into a bag and is a total space saver. Reviewers say it keeps their homes tidy and is great for travelling.

    18. A bottle of 2-in-1 hypoallergenic shampoo and body wash that uses natural emollients to moisturize skin and prevent dry scalps. Reviewers say it smells amazing and is great for sensitive skin.

    19. A stylish convertible diaper bag with tons of space for storing toys, wipes, and other doodads. It has removable compartments for baby food jars and stroller hooks, and can be completely customized to fit your needs.

    20. A set of itty bitty bamboo hair tools that'll glide through baby's sprouting locks. Tangles? Not in your house.

    21. A hand-printed organic baby blanket that's light and compact enough to throw in a diaper bag. It's made with nickel-free snaps and Azo-free dyes to protect your little one's sensitive skin.

    22. A patterned cloth diaper, so that your baby's waste doesn't create more waste. It has adjustable snaps, so you can tailor it to perfectly fit their lil' bum.

    23. An ultra-thick play mat made with nine layers of foam for maximum safety and comfort. It's flexible, so you can also use it as a tent or tunnel during playtime adventures.

    24. A textured teether toy made from recycled plastic milk containers. It has a ton of different charms to keep them entertained and reviewers say it makes for a great rattle.

    25. A bottle of Babyganics laundry detergent that uses plant-based ingredients to get out stubborn stains. Reviewers say a little goes a long way and are impressed that it doesn't leave behind any weird scents.

    26. A pack of reusable squeeze bottles that you can fill with pureed baby food, smoothies, and juices. They come with a funnel, so filling them is a breeze.

    27. An organic swaddling onesie that will help them fall asleep and stay asleep. It's made of breathable cotton to prevent overheating.

    28. A set of stacking cup toys that can even be used in the water to make bath time more fun. They're made from recycled materials and don't contain any nasty toxins.

    29. A natural rubber teether that's textured to soothe your bébé's aching gums. You can even pop it in the freezer to make it even more effective.

    30. A ergonomic BabyBjorn baby bouncer that will help with muscle development and is just a good time for your little one. Reviewers say it's definitely worth the money and will last you a lot longer than cheaper plastic models.

    31. And finally, a ton of biodegradable cotton wipes that can be used wet or dry, and will get you through countless oopsies and accidents.

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