The Best Eco-Friendly Organic Baby Registry Essentials

Baby Registry Essentials featured by top US mommy blogger Sylvie in the Sky

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As a mom of two, I spent countless hours reading and learning about baby brands, and the best baby products for newborns, infants, toddlers, and kids. Add to that my genuine commitment to make conscious consumer choices that help protect and restore our earth, I’m a passionate eco mama to the core. And after six years of testing and living with all kinds of baby, toddler, and kid products, I’ve found my tried and true favorite eco-friendly, organic baby registry essentials that we’ve used for our kids, and I always recommend to new mama friends. buybuy BABY has an impressive amount of eco-friendly organic baby registry essentials that I swear by, and so many more eco-friendly and organic baby products I never knew about until I went to explore their latest assortment in store. buybuy BABY’s mobile app and registry consultant in each store makes it so easy to build a baby registry that is tailor made, for any budget, and their 15% off completion discount is seriously one of the best perks! Read on to learn about my must have eco-friendly and organic baby registry essentials below.

The Best Eco-Friendly Organic Baby Registry Essentials

Organic Crib & Toddler Mattress:
Organic inside and out, the Nook Sleep Systems “The Pure”
mattress
offers a premium build of natural coconut fiber, 100% natural tree rubber protected by a unprocessed and unbleached wool fire barrier. Organic cotton with natural zinc creates an anti microbial barrier against mites, bed bugs, mold, and more. And the unique Pebble mattress design makes this one of the safest, most breathable crib mattresses on the market.

Baby Registry Essentials featured by top US mommy blogger Sylvie in the Sky

Organic Changing Pad:
Every material in this cloud soft changing pad by Nook Sleep Systems is sustainably and ethically sourced. Just like the crib mattress, Nook Sleep System’s Pebble design promotes airflow and allows the baby to feel cool and comfortable.

Reusable Cotton Cloth Wipes: I’ve been a huge fan and user of these Grovia Reusable Cotton Cloth Wipes since Theo was a baby, almost 6 years ago. These supersoft terry cloth wipes are soft enough for a baby face/washcloth (we use it for all our baths as a baby washcloth) and it’s equally durable and amazing for diaper changes. We’ve dramatically reduced the amount of paper towel and wipes usage because of these, and for me, they are a must have for every nursery.

Wooden High Chair: Less plastic, more sustainably sourced baby products, meant finding a high chair that was made of wood that could ideally grow with Olive. Enter the universally loved Stokke Tripp Trap High Chair, the minimally designed, European beechwood high chair that grows with Olive.

Baby Registry Essentials featured by top US mommy blogger Sylvie in the Sky

Plastic Free Feeding Products: We threw out all our plastic feeding utensils and started fresh with bamboo, silicone, and stainless steel feeding products for Theo and Olive. We use this ezpz Mini Happy Mat every day, along with these colorful bamboo bowl, plate, and utensil set by Avanchy Bamboo.

Glass Baby Bottles: In the effort to limit plastic in our daily lives, these glass baby bottles by Baby Brezza have been our go to at home. The TruFlo™ Anti-Colic System is designed to make sure the baby swallows milk, not air, and everything is so easy to clean.

Wooden Baby & Toddler Toys: I’m making a conscious effort to limit the amount of plastic in our home, for many health reasons, and love wooden toys in all shapes and sizes from infant to toddlerhood. This Artful Skwish Wooden Baby Toy by Manhattan Toy and Alphabet Puzzle have been favorites when both Theo and Olive were babies, and this awesome wooden shopping cart toy by Hape is Olive’s dream, since she can put all her wooden food toys by Melissa & Doug in there when she plays in her wooden play kitchen by Hape.

Organic Sleep Sack: this all season sleep sack is a must have for babies 2 months to 2 years. The Woolino sleep sack features breathable Australian merino wool interior to regulate body temperature and an organic cotton exterior.

Organic Crib Bedding:
We’re always looking for fun, gender neutral crib linens for Olive’s crib, and this Hello Moon Organic Cotton Crib Sheet by Burt’s Bees is exactly that.

Organic Cotton Bibs: We’ve tried almost every bib out there, and the super absorbent bibs always win at the end of the day. These Green Sprouts Organic Cotton Muslin Bibs are awesome for that very reason, with an adjustable snap closure plus multiple soft layers to soak up all the milk, baby drool, food, and more.

Organic Cotton Swaddle Blankets: We’ve loved and lived by Aden & Anais’s organic cotton swaddle blankets for 6 years. Supersoft, breathable, adorable designs, and multipurpose, these have served as swaddles, stroller/carseat covers, nap blankets, airport playmats, and in an absolute pinch, a baby sling (!).

Baby Registry Essentials featured by top US mommy blogger Sylvie in the Sky

Organic Cotton Swaddles: This organic cotton swaddle by Embe was our #1 when Olive was a baby – it was the only one she couldn’t wiggle out of! The Embe Classic 2-Way Swaddle features a one of a kind “legs-out” or “legs-in” design, which let us adapt to the nighttime temperatures over the year to keep her warm or cool.

Organic Footed Pajamas: Footed Pajamas are a must for babies born during the chillier months of Fall and Winter, and these Finn & Emma Organic Cotton Footed Pajamas might just be the softest around. We have both the solid and playful patterned versions, along with the matching headbands and bibs!

What are some of your favorite eco-friendly baby registry products? Share them with us in the comments below!

Baby Registry Essentials featured by top US mommy blogger Sylvie in the Sky

Baby Registry Essentials featured by top US mommy blogger Sylvie in the Sky

Baby Registry Essentials featured by top US mommy blogger Sylvie in the Sky

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