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   Nov 14

Wool for Children’s Bedding

The right bedding for children is incredibly important. Not only should toddlers and babies always be kept at the right temperature, but also their bedding should be non-allergenic and shouldn’t harbour dust mites – a leading cause of allergies and asthma. Of course, bedding for children needs also to be soft and comfortable to ensure [...]

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   Oct 19

Creating an Eco Nursery

Bringing up a baby in an environmentally friendly way is not just about ideology. While it is certainly kinder to the environment to be more eco-friendly, bring up a baby in a chemical free and organic world is better for their health and well-being too. Some 100,000 chemicals are used in the products we buy, [...]

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   Oct 15

Dust Mite Prevention

Dust mites are one of the biggest causes for allergies in both adults and children. Potentially serious conditions such as asthma can also be caused, and aggravated by, dust mites. Dust mites are microscopic creatures that flourish in warm, dark places, and eat human skin cells. This means that one of the most likely places [...]

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   Oct 09

Why Choose Wool for Babies­

Newborn babies obviously require a lot of care and attention. Nobody wants to take risks with their baby’s health and well-being, which is why most parents take care to sterilise bottles and ensure their babies are always kept warm. One way of protecting a baby when it sleeps is to ensure you use the most [...]

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   Mar 23

Sustainability the New Eco Friendly Mantra

Because of the threat of climate change, energy saving often gets promoted as the number one form of eco friendly living. While it’s true that saving energy is important to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we shouldn’t forget to the importance of other aspects of environmentalism. Sustainability is becoming more prevalent. More and more companies are [...]

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   Nov 01

Green Tips for Bringing up Baby

Having a baby is one of the most joyous periods of our lives, but of course, raising a family is not cheap and new babies can be expensive, but bring up a baby can also be a problem for the environment. Babies require a lot of attention and a lot of new clothes, nappies and [...]

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   Aug 13

Back to School and Being Eco-friendly

While the kids are off enjoying the summer holiday, mums and dads are already beginning to think about the return to school. Back to school can be an expensive time, not just for parent’s pockets, but also for the environment. Getting to School Too many children are given lifts to school, even when they only [...]

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   Aug 01

Eco Ways to Bring up Baby

Having a new child, while one of the most joyous experiences of our lives, can also be one of the most expensive. Estimations suggest the cost of bringing up a baby in the first year can be as much as £10,000. And while a lot of this expense comes from buying the initial equipment–prams, pushchairs, [...]

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   May 03

Bringing up Baby – some eco ideas

Babies are very expensive, not just financially, that much is obvious to most new parents, but babies are also costly to the environment. From nappies, to the swathes of clothing that has constantly needs replacing as baby grows, being a parent buts a heavy burden on the environment. Bringing up a child in greener and [...]

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   May 27

The Eco Wardrobe – Choosing Sustainable Clothing

One of the hardest areas in life to make eco choices is the clothes we wear. Both men and women who take in their appearance are reluctant to swap style for sustainability. However, the dowdy image of hemp trousers and tie-dyed shirts are a long way from some of the green and sustainable clothing that [...]

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