Disclosure; This is not a sponsored post, I did receive a product sample to facilitate my review however the opinions here are my own.
As I prepare for the birth of baby boy 4, I think often about what I’ll need for him right away. I don’t want to use the standard blue/pink swaddles and hats the hospital offers and will take my own items with me. I want my newborn to be warm, comfortable and have the best items I can find! I’m thrilled to take this Mezoome Organic Bunting Bag from Wild Dill. Made from very soft 100% organic cotton, this will be perfect for keeping my little one warm during cool days. I’ve tried swaddling in the past, and have found that my babies really enjoy having their arms out and fit best in thin muslin style blankets that aren’t ideal for winter. This sleep sack will fit over any outfit he’s wearing, including any swaddle or muslin blanket, and is sized from 0-6m. Have a look:
Never heard of Wild Dill? I’m new to the company too! This was our first year making pickles (including fresh Dill) and I was fond of the name from the moment I saw it. Wild Dill is an online store committed to providing organic, natural, fair trade and quality baby items to like-minded families. Wild Dill is named after the first shop owner’s son Dylian who, with a nickname like Wild Dill, would get along great with my boys! In 2014 the store changed owners and is now owned and run by Tina, Mom to Wild Dagan (we need a playdate). “Since becoming the new owner I have been building up new inventory to bring new organic, fair trade and heirloom style clothing and toys styles our loyal customers.” Sounds good to me!
If you visit the site I’m sure you’ll find lots of items that would be perfect for your family. I could make an entire wardrobe out of the little boy outfits!! They offer toys, blankets, swaddles, clothing, teethers and the list goes on and on. I’m new to most of the brands, which I find pretty exciting, and love supporting Mom-run, conscious and “green” businesses. The items seen here, is the Mezoome Organic Cotton Sleep Sack. It is super soft to the touch, and the photos are of it brand new and directly out of the package. I have it washed and prepped for the arrival of baby boy 4! As I’m sure you’re aware, blankets are not recommended for newborns. They can become tangled and are unable to move well enough to safely remove a blanket from their face/nose/throat. It’s for this reason, and many others, that I love sleep sacks and bunting bags!
The organic bunting bag is made in Israel and is offered in Turquoise Blue, Coral Pink or the Light Grey seen here. I chose grey because I think it will match my son’s outfits best (not that he’ll notice, or if he does he’s headed straight to fashion school) however the turquoise is stunning too! One thing I’ve noticed with my other sons, is that hats just don’t stay on babies. They slip up, or down and cause more frustration then they’re worth. I love that this product offers an attached hood which can be used, or folded flat when not in use to help keep baby’s little head warm. It has other adorable features including a ‘tail’ and matching ears. It stays closed with a velcro/aplix closure and is made with azo-free dyes. Made with 100% organic cotton, this product fits perfectly into our lifestyle and goal to include organic fabrics into our childrens’ lives. (Here are some stock photos below) I can’t wait to use this with baby boy 4 and in a few short weeks you can check back to see how he’s enjoying it!
Does this company sound fantastic to you? Make sure to visit the Wild Dill Website and follow on Facebook for updates and adorable pictures. You can get 15% with code: BANANA! Tina continues to add new organic, baby safe and environmentally friendly products to their website so make sure to bookmark for the future. They have many unique and thoughtful items that would make perfect gift items or additions to your existing selection of baby and/or toddler items.
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