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Baby Riddle launches soybean & organic cotton babywear
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Mar '12
Baby Riddle carries a great product line for Eco-conscious parents by Baby Soy. The clothes are fresh, modern and super soft. The clothing line is made by an Eco-friendly company that has a mission statement to bring quality green baby clothing that is affordable, well designed and perfect for the Eco baby and Eco-conscious parents.

Popular options are the kimono baby bodysuits, bundlers (layette gowns), and rompers because this style makes dressing a newborn so much easier. Many parents love this style because instead of having to pull the clothing over the baby's head, it is as simple as "wrap and snap".

Baby Riddle thinks the colors are fabulous and simple: Ocean, Blossom, Petal, Tea, Eggplant, and Chocolate with a beautiful trim that contrasts nicely to keep the clothing simple and fresh. The color names give a great visual picture to each clothing item.

Janey Baby is another collection from Baby Soy and the Jane Goodall Institute that is made of 50% soybean fiber and 50% organic cotton. The baby clothing feels like cashmere, it is so soft and luxurious. Whimsical drawings of the endangered species characterize each outfit. Each sale goes to benefit the Jane Goodall Institute and its programs.

Tamatha Grabin, Managing Partner of Baby Riddle states, "This line has quickly become one of their best sellers as it is affordable, fresh and well designed. Our customers have loved the simple yet modern look."

Baby Riddle carries this fabulous line on their website. The company carries extremely cute baby clothes and also has a great service for women who are keeping their baby's gender a surprise.

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