I am always on the lookout for new and fabulous baby products to share with our PN readers, so I was excited to “meet” Ann from Organic Blankees via Twitter. She offered to send me one of her blankees to review for Project Nursery and is also giving away one of her MONOGRAMMED Baby Blankees to a lucky PN reader!
I gave it to the perfect tester, my 2-year old daughter and she was fascinated by the strawberry embroidered on it (see above)! These adorable blankees are handmade from 100% organic cotton, fleece or velour that’s grown in the USA. These would make wonderful gifts for new mothers, especially since they are completely customizable! You choose the colors, trim, and select a monogram, applique or embroidery from their adorable selection. Organic blankees offer a range of sizes to choose from 20×26, 32×38 all the way up to 108×94 (king), as well as organic crib bedding.
Babies and children are supposed of spend half of their day sleeping – Ann Heaney wanted to keep her kids healthy and toxin free both during the day and at night. Heaney was alarmed after reading a piece on manufactured cotton and polyester. She had no idea that the plastic used to make a plastic water bottle is identical to the plastic used to make a polyester blanket. The amount of chemicals and pesticides used in the conventional cotton manufacturing process had her floored. She didn’t want to subject her kids to these high toxin levels while they were sleeping and she is sure that other parents thought the same. Ann began a search to find bedding that was organic yet whimsical and fun.
Win It! Organic Blankees is giving away a Monogrammed Baby Blankee, valued at $78, to one lucky Project Nursery reader! Visit Organic Blankees and comment on your favorite blankee. Contest ends Friday, September 11th, 2009 at 11:59pm PST.
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