8 Cozy, Eco-Friendly Blankets To Keep Green Babies Warm Through Winter

By Inhabitots

Baby it's cold outside! But fret not, because there are plenty of vibrant, cozy and warm blankets to cuddle up with. Keep chills at bay with Spunge Design's super soft organic comfort blankets which double as engaging, tactile entertainment for babes. Cate & Levi reclaimed wool baby blankets come in several endearing animal varieties, so your little one can have a lovie and friend combined into one. If your baby is still in the swaddling stage, look no further than these gorgeous organic swaddling blankets from Petunia Pickle Bottom or these fantastic bamboo swaddles from Aden + Anais. If you have older kids who like to build forts, then Donna Wilson's house blanket is just the ticket for playtime fun. Uimi's modern organic blankets come in a unique circular shape and feature bold, vibrant colors that make it perfect for a cozy tummy time session. Birches organic baby blanket is ideal for woodland themed nurseries, and it also doubles as a serene play blanket. These baby blankets have 'A Lot to Say' and they feature the Star Light, Star Bright nursery rhyme. They're made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic bottles and a generous percentage of their proceeds go to charities.
*For safety reasons, never leave your baby or young child unattended with a blanket.

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