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Thursday, March 6, 2008

Save the roses wear the clothes - an outfit in a bouquet


There are plenty of shower gifts out there and you just don’t know where to begin. Diapers, wipes, lotions, soaps, clothes, so much out there. I found a unique gift to give while gifting the parents something they do need. The Baby Bunch is a bouquet of synthetic flowers and organic baby clothes all in one. This makes the gift worry free for hospitals, homes and something you can treasure forever. Also, not a worry for allergies which is something prevalent in today’s society. When you have a newborn you want the environment as safe as possible we all know.


The clothing as soft as a well a babies butt I must say. I loved the touch and feel of it against my skin. Imagine how your tiny little baby would feel swaddled in that. The organic fabrics are unbleached, undyed organic cotton

Not all fabrics are organic. They are also in pink, yellow, and blue.

They come in bunches, buckets, kitchen, garden, and spa.


I was quite impressed with all of the quality and the customer service. It’s a distinctive gift that you will be remembered by. I know that I have showers coming up and my orders ready.

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Well, aside from a mom and a wife, I'm a person who wants the best for all of us. I have two daughters, two dogs, and a husband – all of whom I wanted to be at home for – so I put my talents to use, looking out for my family. Shopping (well, kinda you send me the products!). Surfing the Internet. Meeting new people. Recommending products to friends, after I fall in love with them. And figuring out how to make products better.


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