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Apparently, being a parent can create a ton of waste. Like, whoa (guys, just think of all the dirty diapers and takeout containers … ). And while some of it is unavoidable, choosing the right products for both you and your kid that make less of an environmental impact isn’t. It’s actually kind of a no-brainer, right? But when you’re brand new to this whole parenting biz, how do you even find those companies that take eco-mindedness to heart for both you and your little?
Let’s be real: Kids clothes are cute. Damn cute. I know they get messy and stained, but it doesn’t stop the fact that littles look freaking adorable in tiny outfits. One place I love to ogle kids clothes is Tea Collection, and online retailer that specializes in making kidlets look beyond adorbz. I’m prone these
Allons-y! It’s no secret I love Doctor Who — my house is adorned with T.A.R.D.I.S.es (TARDI?) and at least half of my T-shirt wardrobe consists of items the Doctor-related. And there’s no chance in Raxacoricofallapatorian that our kid won’t learn to love the Who, too. While I’ve been mulling over different ways to decorate #babything’s