If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, then you’ve likely seen me share some of the brands that are participating in this edition of The Ultimate Online Baby Shower. Having participated in the three previous events, I can tell you that this product lineup is my favorite yet! My natural parents are going to love the products being sampled and given away. From cloth diapers (can you believe it?) to cloth diaper-safe rash ointment, and even cloth diaper laundry powder, this event is going to be the natural parenting product event of the year! Check out the participating brands:
If avoiding toxins and chemicals are on your list, you have to try Weleda’s White Mallow line of natural lotions, diaper rash cream, and eczema relief. One look at the ingredient list and I was a believer!
Necklaces were always my statement pieces…until I became a mother. Thankfully, my sister-in-law gave me a teething/nursing necklace at my shower, but it wasn’t a beautiful and stylish as Zen Rocks’ line of silicone teething jewelry.
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know how that Grandma El’s Diaper Rash Remedy is my favorite cloth diaper-safe barrier cream. Grandma El’s is natural, fragrance-free, and is the thickest cloth-safe ointment I’ve come across. You can see my review (from my first month or two of blogging!) HERE.
HABA is synonymous with quality in the toy world; made from sustainable wood and non-toxic paints, their toys get two thumbs up from me!
Hyland’s and I go way back. My midwife recommended their Calms Forte when I was pregnant and suffering from insomnia (at only 6 months pregnant); Calms Forte worked and I became a loyal customer. Hyland’s Teething Tablets were the first Hyland’s baby product we tried for our son, and we’ve had great results with their cough syrup.
There is already excitement mounting for the mimijumi event! My son wouldn’t drink from a bottle, which made for a long twenty-one months! The design of mimijumi bottles makes me wonder if these would have done the trick.
Quality shoes were a requirement for Declan’s early walking days, and Pediped soft-soled shoes were our brand of choice — well worth the investment!
After trying three different brands of reusable nursing pads, I finally invested in Bamboobies, and never had a leak again! There is nothing worse than waking up to your baby crying, with a soaked shirt or having to peel glued-on nursing pads from your tender nipples. Bamboobies are, by far, the softest and the lightest of the nursing pads I tried, which is amazing, considering how absorbent they are!
Wonder Bumpers and Teething Guards not only protect your baby, they protect your crib (trust me – the front rail of D’s crib is worn from him gnawing on it)! Available in fashionable color combinations (I LOVE the grey and yellow), Go Mama Go designs are easy to wash and soft as can be!
I know a lot of you are excited to have a cloth diaper company participating in this event, and we are happy to have Happy Heiny on-board! Happy Heiny cloth diapers are made in the USA (yay!), and come in an array of bright colors and prints.
A favorite in the cloth diapering community, Molly’s Suds laundry powder is an all-natural alternative that is gentle on your diapers (and baby’s bum).
Makers of fun, funky, and sweet onesie sticker designs, check out the designs in the picture above!
I am in love with the adorable, timeless designs of both Rufflebutts and Ruggedbutts clothing lines! Since I don’t have a daughter (and Rufflebutts’ adorable bloomers make me wish I did have a girl), Ruggedbutts is where I go to find well-made and tailored classic styles for my little guy.
We’ve had a Baby Comfy Nasal Aspirator since my son was an infant, so he’s a pro when it comes to relieving the ‘stuffies’. I like the Baby Comfy Nose because it allows me to control the suction and comes apart easily for cleanup.
This line of accessories has designs and functionality fit for every modern mom! From bibs to blankets, comfort and practicality are of the utmost importance.
I struggled with milk production while I was nursing my son. I didn’t underproduce, necessarily, but I was unable to pump additional milk to store. Since I was at home with Declan, pumping wasn’t a huge issue, but I could definitely have used the help of Milkmakers to amp up my milk production!
If you’re looking for natural care products for your baby, thinkbaby should be on your radar. Chemical-free sunscreen and baby wash top their list of natural skin care products.So, what do you think of the lineup? What products are you most excited about?
You won’t want to miss Safety 1st’s finale event! We use Safety 1st child-lock products around our house, and they also make car seats, strollers, and additional baby gear. I’m sure their giveaway will be an event you won’t want to miss!