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Minimalist, Eco-Friendly Baby Registry

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Videos links about specific products mentioned:

Breast pump: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDy5FU8qdJI

Green baby eating items: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TYZ_-OzLgI

Inglesina Fast Chair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbOy5r64Y2s

Tula vs Ergo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yykaQsl58M8

Newborn cloth diapers: (other video to come) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8LkltDDmnQ

Under The Nile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ese-PCUW2jE

Hape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4uNxB5Xr6M

Green Toys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KrUpO7BibM

Nose Frida: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LSlZAHVBg0

Comments

Eli D says:

Or you can also use organic coconut oil on your baby for lotion
Love your videos (:

Śūnyatā Eight says:

Wool is not eco-friendly

Ashley M says:

Love your videos! The ball jars are a great idea for storage as opposed to the disposable bags. Have you had any problems with the glass cracking when rewarming the breastmilk?

T SB says:

Hello,
Just wanted to know where I can purchase the plastic lids from please? Tku.

nich0lee says:

Great video! Bravado seems to be a pretty good company. Their bras are OEKO-TEX certified, they adhere to WRAP manufacturing principles and their headquarters is LEED certified. As far as organic carseats go, there still isn't one, but uppababy just made the first infant carseat without chemical flame retardants. They were able to do this by using wool, which is naturally flame retardant, but may be an ethical issue for some people. I haven't been able to find out where exactly the wool comes from and if the sheep are raised humanely.

Amanda H says:

Love cloth Pads ! made some myself ..I hope they hold up to postpartum bleeding though.

Amanda H says:

I'm surprised you got sold on the honest brand! There's​ still some chemicals I'm not okay with in that brand. We like badger baby balm and Dr Bronners baby shiakia soap. I'm a big Dr Bronners fan because they support fair trade and the ingredients are pronounceable and not chemically processed coconut oil derivitaves . we like Badger because the ingredients are pronounceable and they make solid products. Everthing Badger brand I have works great and doesn't smell hippy dippy. My husband loves their working hands balm, the suncreen smells great and the bug spray works and is deet free. As for Cleaning I'm sold on Auntie Fannie's cleaning vinager because it has some soap in it and Molly's Suds for detugent.

Brook Moniger says:

this is a great video, thank you! expecting my first in April and am obviously overwhelmed! Wanted to mention I found out that Uppababy is making the first ever non flame retardant car seat available feb 2017 Model is the Mesa in the Henry Blue marl color. It's made from wool!

Jennifer vanGaalen says:

Hi Ellen! I am a cloth diaper loving minimalist (is that an oxy moron? lol). I love GMD products and have purchased prefolds (newborn, small, and medium-2 dozen each!) as well as flats and some random pockets. My daughter is 8 months old and we've liked flats the most. I'd like to streamline but am afraid to sell the prefolds and want them or need them later, as I know some people like different things as babies grow. What should I keep, and what should I get rid of? Thanks!

Mindy Cayer says:

Can you link the shop for the cloth pads?

jpretzel says:

I wish I had started out with natural and organic! We did choose Ikea's cheapest crib because it has no fiberboard (glues), and no paints, stains, or coats for Baby to chew on.

Katie M says:

Question for your upcoming redo video with nb cloth diapers, how did prefolds and covers go at night? I am planning to have some well-reviewed AIOs (Simplex & Tots Bots) and some velcro covers and velcro fitteds to make things simpler for 4am changes. I just picture myself trying to not fully wake up so that I can fall back asleep and failing when it comes time to mess with the snappi and snapped covers. Should I stop overthinking this and just do prefolds all the way?

ArringtonMA says:

Thank you for all your videos! They are so helpful on my journey to safer living. Are there any documentaries you recommend to watch?

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