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Here Comes the Stork: Funkoos Organic Baby Apparel Review & Giveaway

Monday, March 5, 2012

here comes the stork buttonOur first instincts as parents is to protect our children. So we buy baby monitors and childproof the house. But what about the clothing we put on our little ones? Did you know that newborn babies are especially vulnerable to the pesticide residue found in the fibers of conventional cotton clothing because their immune systems are still developing? Exposure to these chemicals can lead to ailments such as allergies and eczema. I speak from experience. We battled severe eczema and cradle cap when Marlie was an infant until I switched her clothes and bedding to organic fabrics.

Funkoos logoFunkoos is a line of organic baby apparel that caters to parents looking for clothing that is chemical/pesticide free and affordable. The Funkoos collection ranges in sizes from newborn to 24 months and includes accessories such as bibs, booties, and wash cloths. Pictured on Marlie's doll baby (because the real model isn't due until mid-April) is one of the short sleeve organic bodysuits:




Funkoos organic baby apparel review


Isn't is beyond cute? There is no tag to irritate baby's skin. What I like best is the feel. There is a noticeable difference in the feel of organic cotton versus conventional cotton clothing.The organic cotton is super soft and pliable. I can put it over my face and breathe, whereas the regular cotton clothing feels grainy, rigid, and the air flow is restricted. I adore this bodysuit so much that I ordered another one on Amazon.com! You should definitely want organic clothes on your baby's skin and Funkoos should be your shopping destination!





Funkoos organic onesie for boys funkoos organic onesie for girls


Buy It: Funkoos organic short sleeve bodysuits retail for $23.99.

Win It:
Win your choice of the stacked monkeys/boy or stacked elephant/girl organic bodysuit pictured above! Open to US residents.

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9 comments:

Christa aka The BabbyMama said...

Please, we need more clothes without tags - for babies and grownups! I cut the tags out of everything for me and the Babby because they irritate our skin so badly.

Help! Mama Remote... said...

Extremely cute! I may have missed it, but will you be registering somewhere?

wyguymom said...

I am going to try cloth diapers!

The Redhead Riter said...

Very cute and I love the fact that there is "no tag to irritate baby's skin"

:o)

Alex Liz R. said...

I am going to cloth diaper.
arobinson45 (at) woh.rr.com

Suchaproudmama said...

Im wanting to win this for my sister in law..I think she is going to try cloth diapers :)
Thank you!
Suchaproudmama @ yahoo.com

Teri H said...

We do cloth diapers! LOVE THEM

Rachel said...

We've been cloth diapering our baby since she was born. We love it: good for the environment, good for baby's health, good for the wallet :)

jjcjejmami said...

I am cloth diapering my two sons currently. I am also using old clothing to make pants for my two boys and short and skirts for my daughter rather then throwing them away! :)

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