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Pink, Blue... and Green: Keeping Your New Baby Earth-Friendly

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The Natural Crib


As is usually the case, the environmentally friendly choice also has other benefits. Buying a crib that's constructed from natural or even organic materials is more earth-friendly than buying one made with synthetics like plastic. It's also less likely to contain allergens, which can keep your baby from enjoying a peaceful night's sleep. Don't buy a crib without knowing exactly what went into its construction.

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