$10 off your Organic Nap Mat!!!!

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$10 off Organic Nap Mat, no expiration, put ECOMOM in notes section before checking out & you’ll be refunded $10 to form of payment: www.organicdesignsco.com. Good on the nap mats only, all other products excluded.

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Nenu teether bug & spoon review

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Spoon & teether review from Nenu, a start-up company based in Seattle, WA. ALL materials used are US made, from the molds, to the materials, to the packaging! The products are made from an FDA rated medical grade TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer), free of vinyl, Phathalate, BPA, and latex. From one of the company founders: “Just a bit more background on Nenu, we are a small start up company that consist of two partners/owners and our families. We design everything with our kids needs in mind, both my business partner and my self have a product design background. The babies on our webpage and in the magazine are our own children. Our hope is that one day we can design safe products made in the USA full time.” I will include several more photos of the products below.

The spoon is designed with 2 little legs to prop it up & help stabilize it so it can easily be set down. It is also designed to mimic a finger for easy grasping. I know many of us practice baby led feeding, and this spoon seems like a great starter spoon for the youngest hands. A package of 2 spoons is $14.99.

The teether has 4 little legs with bumps on them to help soothe teething gums, the legs were designed to mimic the size & feel of a baby’s finger. It is also designed for holding with both hands to encourage fine motor skill development. The teether bug is $12.99.

My youngest is about to turn 2, but is still actively teething & I have caught her with the teether bug in her mouth several times, she seems to like the raised bumps on the feet of the teether. Do I prefer wood or organic cloth as a teether still? Yes I do. But I feel good about providing different textures for my teething babe to chew on, and feel confident in the safety of these medical grade products.

Since my kiddos are a bit older (2 & 4) the spoons will have to wait to be put to the test in a few months, as my Sis is due with her 2nd child in July, I will be passing these along to her to try & will certainly report back with her experience. But I didn’t want to wait to share this new company & the products with you. I just absolutely love discovering hard working, creative parents who are so dedicated to making their products in the USA, and I wish Nenu great success. They have a couple new products in the pipeline, and will send me a sample when ready, which I will post about here!

Website: http://www.nenufamily.com/store/

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