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Go Gently Baby was featured on Pix11’s morning news Earth Day segment! Organic and sustainable, Go Gently Baby walks the walk when it comes to treading lightly on our planet by responsibly manufacturing in Los Angeles using only the finest 100% organic cottons and reusing materials whenever possible. To learn more about Go Gently Baby‘s stylish green mission, visit

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Peacocks, owls, horses, octopi…Oh my! Nohi Kids’ spring/summer ’13 clothing collection features brand new animal prints to round out their trademark playful graphic prints and bold color palette. Made from a mix of certified organic cotton, bamboo fiber, and a touch of spandex, the eco-friendly collection by Janel Andersen features pint-sized styles for newborns up to kids sized 7/8. Mix and match pieces- from bodysuits, tees, leggings, dresses, to cardigans- are reasonably priced at $24 to $39 retail.


Nohi Kids’ brand new zoo print is a whimsical menagerie of elephants, birds, bunnies, and giraffes. The zoo print is featured on new reversible jackets and top-selling footless rompers for babies sizes 0-3 months to 12-18 months as well as a short-sleeve tee for boys in kids sizes 2 to 7/8.


Nohi Kids’ signature Hoots owl print is back in a new hue, teal! Other returning prints include pears, giraffes, disco dots, and more. The new collection uses rich purple, persimmon, and sky blue hues to complement their artful graphic designs- including a wraparound octopus tee, new horse print dress (available in sash and flutter sleeve styles), and a new “Love” print flutter sleeve dress.


A portion of sales will be donated to the Caine’s Arcade Imagination Foundation, dedicated to finding and fostering creativity and entrepreneurship in kids. Nohi Kids’ spring/summer collection will be available to purchase at as well as select boutiques nationwide by February 10.

The new issue of Babytalk includes four clients- Finn + Emma, Right Bank Babies, Livie & Luca, and ZozoBugBabyFinn + Emma‘s adorable bear booties, Livie & Luca‘s Pio Pios bird shoes, ZozoBugBaby‘s Savannah dress, and Right Bank Babies‘ grey top on Jessica Alba’s daughter Honor are all featured!

Pick up a copy today- Babytalk reaches more than 5 million readers a month, including through distribution at baby retailers, maternity boutiques and doctor’s offices nationwide.

Time Out Chicago Kids magazine selected Finn + Emma‘s wooden play gym and Livie & Luca‘s Buck cowboy boots for their Ultimate Gift Guide!

Both brands are available in the Windy City at Wonder! as well as online at and

Finn + Emma is featured in the July issue of Hudson’s- the new certified organic baby lifestyle brand features fair trade clothing, hand-knit booties, toys, and play gyms.

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Sweet Spud‘s long-sleeved organic cotton bodysuits were featured in 002 Houston magazine!

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In an effort to provide quality organic apparel for children at an affordable price tag, Sweet Spud has announced new lower prices on their certified organic cotton collection. The entire collection is now $22 or less, with their super soft toddler tees retailing for $22, bodysuits $21, yoga pants $20, and knot caps $13 at

The quality and dedication to being green remains the same- Sweet Spud uses only certified organic cotton and water-based, phthalate-free inks for their trademark inspiring quotes from world leaders and corresponding graphic designs. All orders are shipped in gift-ready, eco-friendly packaging- making Sweet Spud a great impromptu green gift year-round.

To learn more, visit

Baby Chai is a new contemporary lifestyle brand by Lucky Jade, combining Lucky Jade’s nature-inspired graphics with lush eco-friendly materials. Baby Chai’s debut collection includes bamboo/cotton fleece hats, mittens, bunting bags, blankets, bath wraps, cloth diapers, and more, ranging from $25 to $65 retail.

Designer Leslie Pitts was inspired to create Baby Chai after researching the cloth diaper market and realizing there was a need for higher-design cloth diapers that were luxurious and functional with beautiful packaging.

“After establishing the diaper, I fell in love with the bamboo/cotton fleece that lines the diaper and needed to create a collection around it,” said Leslie, who named Baby Chai to reflect her love for Asian and Indian cultures. “I included my love of nature-inspired graphics and meshed that with giftable nursery items.”

Baby Chai’s cloth diaper sets itself apart with its soft to the touch bamboo/cotton velour outside and bamboo/cotton fleece inside. While many cloth diapers use polyester, Baby Chai uses sustainably harvested bamboo/cotton. Their matte logo snaps and Baby Chai’s signature elephant label on the front and back of each diaper create a beautiful presentation ideal for baby showers and gift-giving. A pack of two cloth diapers retails for $40.

Baby Chai features several giftable green items ideal for eco-minded parents, including their hooded towel, $56. Perfect for bath time, this luxe bamboo/cotton towel is available in adorable green owl, blue monkey, or pink elephant prints, as are all items in the collection. The Bib & Burb set, $25, is a great baby shower option, along with the reasonably priced Hat & Mitten set, $25. The embroidered stroller blanket, $65, is another popular pick for parents. All Baby Chai items are artfully folded and packaged, ready to give as green gifts.

Line sheets, images, and more information are readily available. Samples will be available in May. To learn more about Baby Chai, visit

Sweet Spud has launched their new collection of organic cotton infant clothing featuring eco-minded designs and enlightening quotes. Proudly made in the USA, the collection includes infant bodysuits, yoga style pants, and knot caps in sizes newborn to 18 months. Sweet Spud’s eco-friendly apparel is reasonably priced from $13 to $24 at

Sweet Spud also offers gift sets ideal for green baby showers, and all orders are “gift ready” with eco-friendly packaging. In an industry inundated with eco-conscious baby products, the creators of Sweet Spud noticed a void. Co-founders Marlena Frank and Audrey Lawton conceptualized their company to serve with greater intent; they sought to spread messages of love and wisdom with their organic baby clothes.

“Babies represent the beauty and promise of life in its beginning stages, a point from which anything is achievable,” said Frank. “When people look at babies in our clothing, we want to remind them of that.”

A few examples of inspiring and fitting quotes on Sweet Spud bodysuits include: “Sleep is the best meditation.” by the Dalai Lama and “I want freedom for the full expression of my personality.” by Gandhi.

Staying true to its mission, Sweet Spud created garments that are made entirely in the U.S. of organic Texas cotton. Organic cotton is grown and processed without the harmful chemicals found in conventional cotton and has become a popular choice for parents today. Sweet Spud completes its “green” manufacturing with an eco-friendly screen-printing process that includes water-based, PVC-free ink. This process ensures that the integrity of their organic product is not compromised.

From soil to shelf, Sweet Spud’s products are true to the Earth. Co-founders Frank and Lawton have been best friends since their days as college roommates. Lawton is an interior designer from North Falmouth, Massachusetts, and Frank is a counselor and mother of two from Sea Bright, New Jersey.

To learn more about Sweet Spud, please visit Enjoy 10% off with the coupon code spudpromo10 at checkout!


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