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Emma Elwin

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The baby’s wardrobe

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by Emma Elwin on 21 June, 2016

Emma share her thoughts on how to prepare the babys wardrobe.

Socks and hat, Tradera. Teddy, pacifier, blaket and wash cloths, Lapland Ecostore. Body and dungarees, Tradera. Organic lotion, Estelle & Thild. Organic sunscreen, Badger. Glas bottle, Natursnutten. Diaper bag and rug, Tradera.

Like I have written before I have bought all of the babys clothes second hand. In this video I share my thoughts on how to prepare the babys wardrobe. Almost all of the clothes that I found on Tradera are made off sustainable materials. Buying second hand is not only good for the environment it has also saved us so much money. You can see the video here!


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