rganic: characteristic of, pertaining to, or derived from living organisms
As in: "K.D.'s Treehouse aims to be a one-stop-shop for parents seeking products from clothes to diapers-bags to cloth diapers to toys that are made with organic and eco-friendly materials and fair labor practices."
KD's Treehouse is located at 2900-C Devine Street, and it has quickly become my favorite place to shop for babies and children in Columbia. Socially-responsible, adorable, and non-commercial clothes, gear, and toys for babies and kids--love it!
Last Friday I registered for the baby--whose name, btw, will be "Jones Milledge Hill." (Jones is my mother's maiden name and Milledge is my dad's first name; we'll call him "Jones").
Dea, one of the store owners, was incredibly helpful, pointing out things I would need as a new mom and explaining function as well as eco-friendliness along the way.
Here are a few of my favorite things:
Unisex, so the hubs will dig it too, and so cool with tons of pockets and an ergonomic strap...apparently, lots of celebs like these bags too.
Pretty, functional and 100% non-toxic!
Made from 100% recycled milk jugs, dishwasher safe and printed with soy inks.
Also made from recycled milk jugs.
KD's also has amazingly cute and soft clothing for infants through 8 year olds, and is one of (if not the only) local retailer to carry cloth diapers by Swaddlebees.
If you are in the market for anything baby or child-related, you should definitely support local business and check out KD's Treehouse. Find them on Facebook here and their blog here. Tell Conni or Dea that Becca sent you!
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