Eco Baby Products & Toys

Babies’ nappies make up about 2% of the average household rubbish. This is equivalent to the weight of nearly 70,000 double-decker buses every year. If lined up front to end, the buses would stretch from London to Edinburgh. (Wastewatch)

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Love Heartwood

eco baby toys, environmentally friendly toys

You’re looking for a gift, well no, actually you’re looking for the perfect gift. Something that’s thoughtful, unique and shows you care. Something they’ll want to treasure forever. Love HeartWood’s range of sustainable, handcrafted wooden gifts are the answer. Mixing contemporary design with traditional craftsmanship and that added personal touch. Make their special day a […]


green parenting magazine. natural family magazine, natural parenting

Juno is a natural parenting magazine dedicated to supporting parents through the joys and challenges of parenting. Juno aims to enrich family life and relationships by encouraging reflection, self-acceptance and peaceful parenting; building a sense of community and celebrating the roles of parenting and homemaking. Our broad editorial contains features, reviews, interviews and seasonal crafts […]

Earlybirds Babywear

eco baby clothes, organic baby clothes, premature baby clothing

Earlybirds is the only provider of premature baby clothing to have a complete range of Organics to include all-in-ones, sleepgowns, NICU t-shirts, hats and much more. This collection is made from 100% certified organic cotton, which guarantees softness and safety for your baby’s fragile skin, allowing them to enjoy the purity of beautiful organic cotton. […]

Mud & Bloom

kids gardening, green gardening, crafts & gardening subscription box

Mud & Bloom inspires children to connect with the outdoors through a monthly and seasonal nature crafts and gardening activity box. The boxes are designed for 3-8 year olds and each includes at least two seasonal activities – one gardening and one nature craft – along with instructions, quizzes and games aimed at teaching children […]