Every parent agrees that they want the best for their child. As a parent, I pay attention to my children’s health, their education, and all of their needs. My family is prone to dry and sensitive skin (including eczema), so I pay particular attention to laundry products and material. I can guarantee you that my kids all have far better wardrobes than I do.
Recently I discovered a baby clothes company that is quickly becoming a favorite in my family. Bamboo Baby clothes are everything that I could wish for in baby clothes. Here’s why I love them.
First off, I admit that I’m a sucker for cute kids’ clothes. Bamboo Baby clothes are really adorable. They’re the kind of clothes that make random passers-by coo over your kids and other parents eye up jealously. They have a nautically themed range of clothes out for Spring/Summer 2011 that will make you feel like taking your kids for a picnic and photo shoot at the nearest coast. Our baby boy as a navy cable knit jumper that his daddy is extremely jealous of.
Secondly, Bamboo Baby clothes feel good. There’s nothing worse than clothes for babies and children that look good, but feel awful. Babies have easily irritable skin, and it’s important to have clothes that will be gentle on them. Bamboo baby clothes look great and have a wide range (as opposed to just keeping your kids in soft cotton sleep suits), but they are all snuggly soft.
All Bamboo Baby clothes are made from organic bamboo fabric. That’s right, the clothes are unique because they are made from material from organically grown and processed bamboo. The clothes are breathable and help your kids to stay at just the right temperature. If you’ve ever worn synthetic materials like polyester, you know how easy it is to overheat in them. Natural bamboo, though, helps to keep your baby’s skin dry and at a stable temperature. Also, since it is made organically, there are less chemicals to cause potential problems.
I also really love that Bamboo Baby clothes are durable. I hate baby and children’s clothes that wear out before your kids outgrow them. This is especially a problem with crawling babies and active toddlers who are prone to wear holes in the knees. Bamboo is a durable material, and so the clothes seem to last well (and keep that “new” look for longer).
Finally, I really like the whole ethos of the company. Bamboo Baby was founded by sisters Chloe and Sophie, and is still a family business at heart. Unlike many companies that seem to be going green as a marketing gimmick, or claiming to be natural when they’re really not, Bamboo Baby seems to be seriously committed to producing fantastic products that are good for children and the environment. Their products are sustainable and eco-friendly as well as being ideal for babies and children (especially ones with sensitive skin).
My baby’s clothes from Bamboo Baby are some of my favorite in his wardrobe, and I would definitely get more Bamboo Baby clothes for my kids in the future.
Visit the Bamboo Baby website for more information.