>Wild Dill Review + Giveaway


Wild Dill features organic toys and clothing, along with games, art supplies and bedding. They also carry organic stuffed animals, organic dolls, knit animals, wooden blocks, wooden puzzles, wooden trains, made in USA toys, eco-friendly trucks, cars, boats, cooking sets, tea sets, planes, baby rattles, baby tethers, natural art supplies, wooden doll houses, sand play sets, organic baby clothing, dresses, tops, pants, bodysuits, one-pieces, jackets, pajamas and vegan shoes. That’s a lot of stuff, all packed into one adorable website. Their brands include Babysoy, Swaddle Designs, Cotton Monkey & many more.
I was drawn to Wild Dill because I love when products, (especially baby gear) is made out of organic material. I think a lot of people are misinformed or lack the knowledge about organic, and what it really means. And don’t you want the best for your baby? Wild Dill uses bamboo fabric, soy fiber and fair trade. Here are some facts if you’re unaware:

Bamboo Fabric is important because:

•Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world, maturing in 3-5 years, making it the ultimate renewable resource.

•Bamboo grows everywhere except the North and South poles.

•Bamboo requires less energy and water to grow, surviving both drought and flood conditions.

•Bamboo is a natural air filter, consuming carbon dioxide and returning 30% more oxygen than trees.

•Bamboo can heal overgrazed and over used soil.

•Bamboo can be grown without pesticides because of its own anti-bacterial agent.

•Bamboo is 100% biodegradable.

•Bamboo is soft, naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic making it great for babies’ skin.

Soy Fiber is important because:

•Soybean Fiber is a sustainable textile fiber made from the waste of soybean oil, milk and tofu production.

•Soybean Fiber is the ultimate in recycling turning waste into useful products.

•Soybean Fiber is soft, the “vegetable cashmere”, and has warmth retention making it perfectly comfortable for babies’ skin.

Fair Trade is important because:

•Fair Trade pays fair, livable wages benefiting over one million workers in 58 developing countries.

•Fair Trade promotes healthy and safe working conditions.

•Fair Trade returns are often invested into the communities such as health care, education, job training and childcare.

•Fair Trade strictly prohibits child labor.

•Fair Trade honors women artisans, their traditions and their craft allowing them access to foreign markets and the chance to earn an income for their families in countries where women often have few economic opportunities.

•Fair Trade empowers women, their families and their community economically and socially.

Organic Cotton is important because:

•Conventional cotton is the world’s most popular fiber yet is the most pesticide dependent crop in the world.

•Conventional cotton uses 25% of all pesticides amounting to 50 million pounds on US fields alone.

•Pesticides pollute watersheds and ruin the soil, destroying eco-systems.

•Pesticides harm the farmers who pick the cotton – according to the WHO 20,000 deaths occur each year from pesticide poisoning in developing countries.

•Every tee made of conventional cotton uses 1/4 pound of chemicals.

•Organic cotton is best for sensitive babies’ skin.

•And, last but not least, here at Wild Dill we love bugs

Here are some of my favorites from their site:

Robbie Adrian Organic Blanket with Natural Trim

Pastel Toy Giraffe

Kate Quinn Organics Moroccan Footie

My absolute favorite pick from Wild Dill is the Babysoy Reversible Hoodie a soft reversible hooded jacket that feels lightweight yet will keep its little wearer snuggy. Practical for cold days outside or for a little extra comfort on those chilly indoor play days. With two complementary colors, this reversible jacket will look good with twice your baby’s outfits When material is organic, it just feels better. It’s softer, will last longer and isn’t heavy. I love the jacket because it can be worn with so many different things, and I chose the newborn size because my baby will be born in December.

Of course if you’re having a boy you don’t have to miss out on such an adorable jacket. It also comes in Tea and Ocean, ( a light green or a beautiful blue) plus you can get it in any size up to 24 months. Plus it’s reversible so it’s almost like you’re getting two coats for the price of one.

Buy: You can purchase all the above products and SO many more at Wild Dill.com

The Giveaway: One winner will win a $35 gift card to Wild Dill to spend however they like! To enter, fill out the Google Spreadsheet below.
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Good luck! Giveaway will conclude 8/23/2011!

Giveaway will conclude 8/23/2011. Open to the US only. Winner will be chosen by random.org and will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. No Po Boxes. Cheating will be disqualified.

Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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