Green Eco Baby Registry
Green Baby Registry
January 28, 2020

Green Baby Registry

Green Baby Registry.
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Want baby gear that's organic and chemical-free? From toys to bottles, here are your best sustainable choices for baby.Green Baby Registry

If you’re someone who shops with sustainability in mind and values products made from natural, eco-friendly materials and organic ingredients, you’ll likely want to continue that trend after you become a parent. Luckily, the baby market is on your side—there are so many (amazing) green baby items to choose from when you’re building your registry.

From glass bottles and cloth diapers to plant-based skincare products and wooden toys, this sample registry features our favorite eco-friendly baby gear choices.

Nursery & Decor

Oeuf uses sustainable materials in all of its furniture and values fair trade labor. Their sophisticated, modern aesthetic doesn’t hurt either, and this beautiful wooden crib, available in two finishes, complements any nursery or sleep space.

Oeuf Rhea Crib

$670.00

Organic and Greenguard Gold certified, this mattress is also lightweight, making changing the crib sheet a little easier on your back. If you’re looking for a dual firmness model (extra firm on one side for the baby days and a bit softer on the other once toddlerhood arrives), check out the Organic Dual Firmness model.

Naturepedic Lightweight Organic Cotton Classic Crib Mattress

$259.00

Burt’s Bees has beautiful designs for any nursery. Their sheets are made with 100% organic cotton and are machine washable.

Burt's Bees Baby Organic Cotton Jersey Fitted Crib Sheet

$18.00

These swaddle blankets with just the right amount of stretch are extra large and extra soft. They’re also made from certified organic cotton.

Snuggle Me Organic Swaddle

$38.00

A sleep sack (basically a wearable blanket) is a great alternative for keeping baby snug and warm after the swaddling days have passed. This eco-friendly choice is made from breathable, ethically sourced bamboo, making it cozy and sustainable.

Kyte Baby 1.0 TOG Bamboo Sleep Bag

$49.99

Yup, you can toss this rug right into the wash. (And it looks just as good as when you threw it in—just cleaner!) It’s the perfect sustainable option for managing spills, spit-up and more, and it’s made from 100% cotton and all-natural dyes.

Lorena Canals Round ABC Washable Rug

$200.00

Handmade from felt and wood, this modern mobile adds a touch of whimsy to any space.

Petit Pehr Mobile

$79.99

On the Go

Clek car seats are more than just sleek and beautiful. The company was the first to remove brominated and chlorinated flame-retardants from their car seats and even offer an ethically-sourced 100% Merino wool option for this seat. The Liing is comfortable, convenient and extremely safe.

Clek liing Infant Car Seat

$379.99

Bumbleride strollers are made from 100% recycled PET and have kept over half a million water bottles out of landfills since 2011. The Indie is an all-terrain stroller that will take you from the newborn days through toddlerhood.

Bumbleride Indie Stroller

$549.00

Finding the right carrier can be tricky, but eco-conscious parents (and lots of Babylist team members) swear by this one for both comfort and style. This soft-structured carrier is made from linen and can be worn front inward-facing or on your back.

Happy Baby Original Baby Carrier

$138.00+

The design of this travel crib allows airflow at every angle, and the entire crib covering can be machine washed. There’s a 100% organic cotton sheet included, but we recommend adding an extra one to your registry so you’ll always have a backup on hand.

Nuna SENA aire Travel Crib

$349.95

Feeding

Choosing glass bottles is a great way to skip unnecessary plastic usage. These are made from pharmaceutical-grade glass that’s thermal-shock resistant. Translation: they seamlessly go from sterilizer to fridge to warm again without any fear of breakage.

Philips Avent Natural Glass Bottle

$22.30

Don’t forget a bottle brush! Skip the plastic and go for the more sustainable choice with this one made from pig bristles and stainless steel.

Redecker Baby Bottle Brush

$15.99

This pacifier is made from 100% natural, sustainable rubber. It’s also ergonomically designed to follow your baby’s natural mouth movements and stimulate the experience of nursing.

Natursutten Orthodontic Pacifier

$12.00

Reduce waste and prevent visible leaks by adding these organic cotton/bamboo rayon nursing pads to your registry instead of disposable pads. They’re soft, discrete and machine washable.

Bamboobies Washable Nursing Pads

$8.59

Nipple cream is used to prevent and treat dry, chapped nipples during breastfeeding. We love Earth Mama Organic because it’s non-GMO and lanolin-free and made with organic calendula and other herbal oils.

Earth Mama Organic Nipple Butter

$12.99

Made from a blend of organic soy and cotton fibers, these double-layered burp cloths will quickly become one of your eco-friendly staples.

Babysoy Organic Cotton Solid Burp Cloths (2 Pack)

$18.00

Babies are messy, so super-absorbent burp cloths are a smart buy to keep spit-ups from getting on cute baby clothes (and you). These are made from 100% organic cotton and come in a range of fun, bright colors.

GREEN SPROUTS Organic Muslin Bibs (5 Pack)

$24.99

This high chair is an investment, but it goes the distance and is durable enough to be passed on through multiple kiddos. It’s made from high-quality, solid European beech wood and converts into a sturdy chair that can hold up to 242 pounds!

Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair

$269.99

Sustainable and oh-so-stylish, this feeding set made from organic bamboo and food-grade silicone will (almost) make you forget how messy solids can be.

Avanchy Rainbow Gift Set Baby Bowl + Baby Plate + 5 Spoons

$59.97

Most sippy cups use lots of plastic, but not the case with the innovative Munchkin 360. It’s made from lightweight stainless steel and is vacuum-sealed to keep drinks cool for up to 15 hours.

Munchkin Miracle 360 Stainless Steel Trainer Cup

$16.99

Diapering

Cloth diapers sound intimidating, but we promise these are as user-friendly as they come. Pro tip: some parents note that these diapers work better for larger babies, so if you think little one is going to be on the slimmer side, add some bumGenius Elementals to your registry too.

Bambino Mio Miosolo All-In-One Reusable Cloth Diaper

$21.99

A diaper bag must-have, these organic cotton wipes are reusable and free of perfume or chemicals. Just be sure to wet the cloth with a bit of warm water before you wipe your little one.

Charlie Banana 10 Reusable Organic Cotton Wipes

$15.00

Help treat and keep diaper rash at bay with this organic diaper balm that’s formulated with 100% organic ingredients. We also love that it’s cloth diaper-safe and isn’t sticky at all.

Earth Mama Organic Diaper Balm

$12.99

If you aren’t up for cloth diapering, these disposable diapers win awards for being eco-friendly and chemical-free, and they’re dermatologically tested to be safe for sensitive skin. Plus, they’re compostable.

Bambo Nature Eco Friendly Baby Diapers

$72.00

What’s more natural than water? For a disposable wipes option, add these to your list. They’re made from two simple ingredients: water and a drop of fruit extract.

Water Wipes Unscented Baby Wipes

$12.32

You have industrial steel to thank for keeping the stink of dirty diapers contained in this sleek, modern diaper pail. Using cloth? You’ll want to add a cloth diaper pail liner to your list, too.

Ubbi Steel Diaper Pail

$55.99

The main fabric of this diaper bag is made from recycled plastic bottles, making it a great choice for eco-friendly parents. It also comes with a reusable food tower for snacks on the go.

Skip Hop Go Envi Eco-Friendly Diaper Backpack

$80.00

Perfect for cloth diapers and so much more (think soiled clothes, wet bathing suits, etc.), this bag can be used on its own as a clutch or dropped inside any backpack or diaper bag.

Planet Wise Clutch Wet/Dry Bag

$16.95

Health & Safety

You don’t need to waste a full tub of water on a baby bath. Use this Stokke tub either in or out of your full-sized tub. It works from day one thanks to the newborn support and folds flat for compact storage.

Stokke Flexi Bath with Newborn Support

$64.00

There are lots of plant-based baby skin products coming to market, but California Baby is a tried-and-true favorite. This super sensitive formulation is gentle on baby’s new skin and still does a great job getting your little one sparkly clean.

California Baby Super Sensitive Shampoo and Body Wash

$54.99

Made in the USA from recycled milk jugs, this tugboat will add some sustainable fun to bathtime.

Green Toys My First Tugboat

$11.24

It’s hard to choose what we love more about this hooded towel set, the whimsical print or the fact that it’s made from bamboo and cotton.

Loulou Lollipop Hooded Towel Set

$35.00

Skip the fabric softener and use dryer balls instead. Made from natural wool, they’re designed to reduce static and drying time and to soften fabrics.

Babyganics Dryer Balls (Natural Wool) (3 Pack)

$24.99

A brush with natural bristles can be gentler on baby’s delicate scalp. This set is made from wood and goat hair.

GREEN SPROUTS Baby Brush & Comb

$7.99

Clothing & Accessories

Hanna Andersson makes some of our favorite baby clothes ever, and the fact that many are also made from extra-soft organic cotton only makes us love them more. These zip-up sleepers work for day and night and come in a huge selection of fun prints.

Hanna Andersson Night Night Sleeper in Organic Cotton

$29.40

You can never have too many baby basics, and these Finn + Emma organic cotton footies are versatile and easy to get on and off.

Finn + Emma Organic Cotton Basics Zipper Footie (2 Pack)

$39.00

Adding a layette to your registry is an easy way to get all of your baby clothing basics in one fell swoop. This set from Target is affordable and all the pieces are made from organic fabrics.

Touched by Nature Organic Cotton Set

$65.99

Perfect for photo sessions or whenever you need an extra dose of cute, Briar bonnets are some of our favorites. The natural stripe pattern is made from an organic cotton and hemp blend.

Briar Baby Natural Stripe Bonnet

$32.00

Keep your little one warm, cozy and adorable in this organic cotton hooded cardigan. It’s a perfect layering piece or can even work as a jacket if you’re in a milder climate.

Nordstrom Baby Organic Cotton Hooded Cardigan

$35.00

Play

Wood and silicone make up this handmade, heirloom-quality teething rattle. It’s an ideal first toy that will also soothe baby’s sore gums once teething begins.

Loulou Lollipop Bubble Silicone & Wood Teething Rattle

$25.00

Who can resist a tiny cactus? Especially when it’s handmade by local artisans in Peru from GOTS-certified organic cotton.

Estella Organic Cotton Handmade Baby Rattle

$20.00

For a more eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic, this stacker toy is made using recycled plastic, mostly from milk jugs.

Green Toys Stacker

$14.99

If you’re looking to avoid a foam playmat, you’ll want to add this one from 3 Sprouts to your registry. It’s made from sturdy cotton canvas and even converts into a toy bag to make cleanup quick and easy.

3 Sprouts Play Mat

$24.99

No registry is complete without a few books, and this illustrated guide to National Parks is an eco-conscious parent’s dream come true.

Lucy Darling All Aboard National Parks

$10.00

This beautifully illustrated book looks at our big universe and helps little ones find their place in it. It’s a powerful story that reminds us we’re all in this together.

Here We Are

$9.89

Known for his bright, bold art and timely themes, Todd Parr has adapted The Earth Book just for little ones. I Love the Earth explores the subject of protecting the environment for Earth’s tiniest readers.

I Love the Earth

$7.99
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