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Save 30%-75% on hundreds of items, with new products being added daily.
As an added bonus, we’re offering free ground shipping in the USA on all purchases of $125 and up.*  Simply enter code: MARCH during checkout.
 
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A wonderful trend is sweeping the nation, and unlike most trends, this one seems like it’s here to stay.  The trend I’m talking about is baby wearing.  There are many benefits to baby wearing and now there are even more choices in how to wear your baby.  So, let’s start with the benefits:

Wearing baby close to your body, makes them feel safe and secure.  Whether it’s mom, dad, grandma, grandpa or an aunt or uncle doing the baby wearing, baby has that extra sense of closeness and a special kind of bonding takes place.  You also have your hands free to do other things, which is a big bonus if you have a fussy little one that wants to be held all the time.  When my little one was an infant, the best choice out there was the Baby Bjorn, and while I loved it and carried her in it until she was 10 months old (always facing me), it was a big cumbersome and awkward.  How I wish I had all the choices then that we have now. 

So what is my favorite baby carrier on the market today?  Well, it’s hard to pick a favorite since there are a lot of great ones out there, but one new to the market really has me smitten.  The organic baby sling by HugaMonkey is not only attractive, inexpensive and eco-friendly, its cool sling design has no slipping, no rings, no folding and no fuss.  These high quality slings are fashioned from a single cut of breathable, durable, soft natural fabric with quadruple over lock stitching that prevents fraying and provides strength so that the body-conforming tube with seat pouch is adaptable to carry infant or toddler with cuddly support.  The fabric consists of 60% organic cotton and 40% natural bamboo and is moisture and wrinkle-resistant.  It’s machine washable and just right for newborns up to age 3 or 30 pounds.

Priced at an affordable $40 and with so many great prints, you might want to buy more then one.  The sling is made from made from earth-friendly organic bamboo.  How cool is that?  Good for baby and good for the environment.  Purchase your sling at www.motherearthandbaby.com and HugaMonkey today!

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With the down turn in the economy, we all need to be alert to our spending, unfortunately few are exempt from feeling the pain of these hard times.  With that thought in mind, Mother Earth and Baby is offering free shipping to customers that purchase any two baby blankets, crib sheets or baby clothes.  Mix ‘n Match for the perfect baby gift, ex.  buy 1 baby blanket and 1 crib sheet and receive free shipping. 

What a great deal!  Sit in front of your computer, browse the extensive line of beautiful hand-selected items at www.motherearthandbaby.com and receive free shipping!  You save on gas, avoid annoying traffic jams and crowded shopping malls, while relaxing in the comfort of your own home.  Another bonus:  more time with your family!  At Mother Earth and Baby, we try to make our customers feel special from the moment they enter our site.

Some examples of the wonderful products you’ll find at Mother Earth and Baby…

Bamboo baby clothes, bath items and blankets by Kicky Pants, Bamboobino, Bamboosa, BabyBam and more…

Organic cotton and silk baby clothes, blankets and crib sheets by Kee-Ka, a b sea, Cotton Monkey, Cozy Cocoon, Robbie Adrian, Sage Creek, SwaddleDesigns and more…

We’ve done the research for you, bringing you only the best organic baby clothes, blankets and crib bedding.  We take great pleasure in helping you select the perfect baby gifts or items for your little ones.  We hope you’ll agree that shopping at www.motherearthandbaby.com is a great experience from start to finish!

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