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Eco-Friendly Bookcases That Really Stack Up With Savvy Designs

By Inhabitots

Designer Shawn Soh's tree shaped bookshelf tells a story of its own. Kids can stack books in the nooks and crannies of the branches, making this tree spring to life with good reads. Artist Jamy Yang's "Creative Action for Forest" bookcase also boasts a lovely tree motif, which Yang hopes delivers the
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Warm & Cozy Organic Sleepwear And Slippers For Babies & Toddlers

By Inhabitots

One of the most enjoyable aspects of winter is getting to bundle up your tots in snuggly, adorable sleepwear and slippers to keep them cozy. Of utmost importance is to put safety first when attempting to keep babies warm -- as too much warm clothing and blankets increase the risk of SIDS. While kids
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Eco Room Decor For Kids That Will Make The Walls Speak Volumes

By Inhabitots

Back in the day, parents used to rely on a fresh coat of paint in a pastel hue to pronounce baby's nursery or to liven up their child's room. Cut to modern day, and there's a whole new world of room decor that will really make the walls talk. Take for instance, Dwell Studio's eco-friendly wallpaper.
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7 Eco-Friendly Clocks For Kids In Time For Daylight Savings

By Inhabitots

Temperatures are cooling off and sundown is creeping up faster -- which means daylight savings time is around the corner. This year, we "fall back" on Sunday November 4, 2012 at 2:00am in the United States. With that in mind, we've rounded up 7 of our favorite eco-friendly time keepers for kids' rooms
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Eco-Friendly Baby Bibs That Make A Stylish Statement

By Inhabitots

Between the teething, the reflux, the drooling and the spit-up, babies are literal fountains of youth. Bibs are required accessories for keeping the endless dribbling at bay, providing a barrier between babe's lunch and her fabulous outfit that lies beneath. But some babies wear bibs so frequently that
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Green Birthday Party Guide from Inhabitots: More Fun, Less Waste

By Inhabitots

August is the most popular month for babies to be born in the United States -- so odds are, either your babe or a little one you know will be celebrating a birthday this month. While most birthday bashes are synonymous with disposable goods and heaps of waste, there are many ways you can make your fete
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Beautifully Designed Green Toy Cars that are Off the Beaten Path from Inhabitots

By Inhabitots

Typical toy cars are a dime a dozen -- but if you're looking for some truly sleek and unique wheels, there are some beautifully designed toy automobiles for kids to zoom across the living room. The bonus being that these wheels will look stunning on a nursery shelf or even strewn about the playroom floor
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Green Diapering 101: Reducing Your Baby's Carbon Bumprint

By Inhabitots

Over 18 billion disposable diapers end up in landfills each year in the U.S. alone. That staggering statistic should be enough to make any parent question what can be done to reduce their baby's carbon bumprint. There are several options that are greener than using disposable diapers, but if you want
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Top Tips On Transitioning Baby To Solid Foods from Inhabitots

By Inhabitots

Making homemade baby food needn't be a daunting, time-consuming endeavor. We all know that serving our little ones fresh, organic foods is the healthiest way to dine, but fire up those blenders because now there's more reason than ever to say 'yay' to homemade purees. Recent research indicates that many
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Attachment Parenting Basics from Inhabitots

By Inhabitots

While the concept of attachment parenting dates back to ancient times, and is considered the norm in most countries today, Dr. Bill Sears only coined the term "attachment parenting" relatively recently in the United States, in the 1980's. In America, the child-led approach to parenting is still highly
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