Read the interview with Lise Taylor HERE
As well as being in My Child Winter Edition (p26), Lise also listed Mudd Kids in her Top 5 favourite picks for babies and kids at the moment!
MUDD Kids - Organic Fair Trade
MUDD Kids is an online organic, fair trade baby and children's store.
If you are looking for a new baby gift, I would recommend checking them out. Their Soy Kimono Bodysuits are just beautiful and come in 3 different colours - Chocolate, Petal & Tea (even the names are cute!).
The Bamboo dress in Natural is just gorgeous, and if that's not enough, the little girl wearing it is enough to make you buy one!
My favourite thing would have to be the Huggalugs! These are funky leg warmers for babies to kids age 6. They can also be worn on the arms and are great for under skirts, especially when toilet training!! No tights! My girls are now 8 & 9, but I'm sure I can get them to fit somehow!!
Here is what owner Amy Dolwing says about her store;
"Helping our little ones to grow up with a green influence is easy at MUDD Kids. While
more and more people are becoming educated about chemicals used in the manufacturing of
our clothes, you'll be glad to see we've come across a fabulous range of Eco-friendly
Our eco-friendly clothing lines may assist in the rising number of children suffering
skin allergies and sensitivity as they are chemical free.
Many people are still unaware of the benefits of eco-friendly fabrics, so here is a quick overview!
SOY is smoother than cashmere and has the same moisture absorption as cotton. It's being touted "vegetable cashmere". It is conscientious and green by using the the natural leftover pulp from tofu, soy milk and other soy products.
BAMBOO fabric has a natural sheen and softness that feels and drapes like silk. Bamboo is an eco-friendly, sustainable crop. Bamboo grows naturally without the need for agricultural tending.
Our Baby Soy & Kicky Pants lines range between $4 -$32, with the average being just $15. A very affordable and safe option for dressing your child.
What are you waiting for, jump over to Mudd Kids and start shopping for your sustainable wardrobe today!"
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