Organic Cradle Bedding Giveaway from Naturally Good

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I’ve discussed SIDS on this site before and how important it is to have truly healthy bedding.  For several years, countries outside of the U.S. (all over Europe, Australia, New Zealand, etc.) have promoted safe, chemical-free baby bedding as being the surest way to avoid losing babies to SIDS.  So why isn’t it promoted here?  The possibilities are too numerous to list today, but fortunately we do have places to go to find proper, safe bedding for our smallest family members.  Naturally Good not only sells organic cotton and wool bedding for everyone, but they are having a dkMommy Spot giveaway here:  One full set of organic cradle bedding for one of you.

Naturally Good sells lots of chemical-free items, which we really like around here, and their baby bedding selection is most impressive. Some of the common bedding chemicals Naturally Good avoids are:  formaldehyde, arsenic, pesticide residue, and flame retardants (known to mix with a baby’s fluid, producing toxic fumes).  In the place of all those chemicals is a peace of mind every parent wants when their newborn is sleeping.  

What’s included in today’s giveaway?  Glad you asked!  One organic wool puddle pad for the cradle ($33 retail), one organic cotton pad for the cradle ($33 retail), and one organic natural sateen sheet for the cradle ($20 retail).  That’s $86 worth of natural, organic baby cradle bedding. If you aren’t expecting a newborn, these would make the perfect baby shower gift. If someone would have given me this as a shower gift, I think I would have flipped right over my own greenie self.

3 Ways to Win

1.) Visit the Naturally Good site and take a look around.  Come back here and tell me something you liked or learned during your visit.  There’s lots to learn here! Remember, leave an interesting comment.  If I can’t contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

2.) Email subscribers are entered into this and all future giveaways, for as long as their subscription is active. Just click here: Subscribe to dkMommy Spot by Email (Please make sure to verify your Feedburner subscription by responding to the email they send you. If you don’t receive it, check your junk mail. Only verified subscriptions are entered for all the giveaways.)

3.) Blog about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to this post.  Come back and leave me a Comment with a link to your blog post.

Do all three, and you’ve got three entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Monday, July 28, 2008, to enter.

Check here for other current giveaways at dkMommy Spot.

183 thoughts on “Organic Cradle Bedding Giveaway from Naturally Good

  1. Very generous. Neat items. Our Lily gets nothing that isn’ green. We figure if you have never had it (bad stuff), you won’t miss it!

  2. This would be a great gift for my sister in law, as she is pregnant with her first child and my first little niece or nephew! I didn’t know that sleeping on a non-organic bed causes headaches, allergies, sleep problems, etc. That may be the cause of some of my health issues! (I get constant migraines.)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. Thanks for the giveaway and trying to educate us. I didn’t realize that SIDS risk increases with the number of kids you have because of reusing the mattress. Very interesting, and something to think about. Thanks for educating me!

  4. There is a lot of eye-opening info there. I appreciate the suggestion they give to “Listen to what your body is telling you” to make an informed choice. So many people choose products based on popularity, but that doesn’t make those good decisions! Have a great week.

  5. Wow. We are getting ready to welcome our third child through adoption but first newborn and the info on SIDS was very helpful (and scary!).

  6. wow its scary what toxins are in our homes and we dont even know it. great research and I need to do a lot more ready I have some od these products around my brand ne son

  7. I liked the kimono zen set…there are some interesting things on their, like the mattresses making you sick! YIKES! Thanks!

  8. Every mattress was infected with the S. Brevicaulis fungus as an organism and spores.

    – All mattresses had one or more of the chemicals phosphorus, arsenic or antimony.

    Scary stuff.

  9. I’m now a subscriber to your blog and after reading this: As babies get older, the gas exposure gives them a headache causing them to move around, wake their parents and stand up in their cribs.
    My baby has a new organic mattress on its way with new sheets!
    Thank you so much for your blog.

  10. I visited the website and was interested to read that organic products are more expensive because they have to meet a higher standard of regulations. So, it sounds like they are definitely worth the money!

  11. I try to do as much as possible to protect my babies, so anything organic has got to be a good thing in my book! I didn’t know SIDS was more common in boys than girls. We’re expecting #3 in November, it would be great to have some organic bedding.

  12. I had no clue about the gasses in mattresses!
    lease count me in on this one.

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