From day one, I’ve only wanted the best for my son, making sure I buy organic foods and dressing him in quality clothing, but I began to realise I wasn’t paying the same attention to the other baby essentials I purchase.
When Archie came into this world, I was unable to change him for a few days due to being so ill following a stressful and traumatic birth, so I missed out on those precious first memories of looking after my newborn baby. I think that’s why I treasure those moments so much more now.
Yes, he may give me the most horrendous poonamis to deal with, but there’s nothing sweeter than watching your baby giggle and smile as you care for them.
Your baby spends 99% of their day in their nappy, so you want something you can rely on and trust to care for your little one. It’s important that a nappy is kind on their skin, while providing the right protection against leakages. That’s why I put my faith in these wonderful eco nappies by Kit & Kin.
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The soft internal and external linings are made with naturally derived plant-based materials, making these nappies a better choice for your baby and a better option for the environment too. The super-absorbent core means there’s also no need to worry about any unwanted leaks occurring. They’re also able to withstand even the wriggliest of baby’s antics, making them a great choice for all.
Your average nappy takes up to 500 years to biodegrade, but these eco nappies from Kit & Kin will biodegrade within only three to six years. As around eight million nappies are thrown away each day, I think it’s pretty clear as to which you should choose to use!
And did I mention the adorable pattern on them? You can choose from four different animal designs, including the panda as featured, bear, fox and tiger. I love the fact these designs are so simple yet absolutely adorable. After trying many different brands of nappies over the past six months, I’ve found a lot of designs to be particularly ‘girly’ so these gender-neutral designs are refreshing to see.
The way in which you dispose of your nappies is also just as important. These nappy sacks by Kit & Kin have been designed with the environment in mind. They are made from 100% sustainable GM-free corn-based film which are compostable, bio-degradable and fragrance-free.
I am so impressed with the quality of these sacks – they’re so strong and can contain even the biggest of poonamis! They’re also really easy to use too, simply push away the centre of the flower on the box, pull out a sack and watch the next one pop up in its place ready to use next time.
Each pack contains 60 earth-friendly sacks for only £2.49, which is an affordable price for all budgets.
If you weren’t already sold on this fantastic range of products, the fact that the company is a member of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) should in fact sway you to make the change. By purchasing cruelty-free products you can save thousands of animals from a life of pain and suffering.
Stay tuned for more on Kit & Kin’s beautiful range of products on the blog. In the meantime, check out www.kitandkin.com for more information.