Aden + Anais go organic

Aden + Anais organic swaddling blanketsEven though I haven’t had a baby around here in just under two years, I still use my aden + anais muslin swaddling blankets. But with a new little one arriving soon, I might just have to splurge and add more of their amazing swaddlers to my collection – this time from their new organic line.


Cool Mom Picks Pick of the Year 2010The same fantastic muslin that you (and I) have fallen in love with is
now available as an organic baby swaddler, which means the cotton is grown
free of pesticides and other chemicals. And while I still love the
brighter patterns, like the starstruck blanket (pictured), you’ll also find a bunch of new, more subtle designs as well, like the enchanted or oasis.

These swaddlers are already the number one go-to baby gift for tons of moms. Now they can be the number one go-to baby gift for eco-moms too. -Kristen

View the entire organic muslin collection at Aden + Anais. And for more lovely baby essentials and gifts, don’t forget our Baby Shower Gift Guide.

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3 Comments

  • Reply August 31, 2010

    meatballsma

    What do you use your A+A blankets for now? I have too many and I love them (so I don’t want to get rid of them just yet), but they are just sitting around right now…

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    Reply August 31, 2010

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    Ooh, good question. We take them on outings and road trips since they really make the perfect stroller blankets and that sort of thing. Also, great for the car when I need the AC on high but they get a little cold.

    My kids also use them with their own baby dolls. And my daughter is taking sewing, so I’m thinking we might use them to make pillow cases, even baby doll clothes!

  • Reply September 4, 2010

    Leah

    I rolled my eyes at the idea of a $20 swaddling blanket, but when I won one in a blog contest (thanks, Mir!) and used it on my baby I was completely converted. Receiving blankets are all going in the scrap pile now!

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