That's why we're so flipping excited that Australian label Sapling Child is (finally!) available in the states. The vegetable-dyed threads are 100 percent organic, and we think this flamingo print (pictured) is just too cute. From $14.95 at saplingchild.com.
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The OXO Tot Handy Stroller Hook can be strapped just about anywhere on a stroller, has a non-slip grip (so stuff you hang on it won't slide around), and serves nicely as a handle for walking kids to hold. $7.99 at oxo.com.
Hanna Andersson has redone its organic cotton baby basics collection—wiggle pants, creepers, pilot hats—in awesomely vibrant colors. HA says they won't fade with washing, either. From $10 at hannaandersson.com.
Made from sheepskin, the adorable new Little Cuddle Bears from Elks & Angels naturally resist bacteria, dirt, and odor (hallelujah). $32 at elksandangels.com.
Graco has recalled nearly 2 million infant car seats manufactured between July 2010 and May 2013; the buckles can get stuck in the latched position. For more information on affected models and how to obtain a free replacement buckle, visit GracoBuckleRecall.c…
The new cotton-lined Dream Premium Leather Bassinet from babyhome can rock, wheel, or stand stationary. All that for a cool $1,200. Sure is handsome, though. Available at giggle.com.
Officially licensed 2014 FIFA World Cup gear comes in small sizes, too—like this onesie or toddler kit. GO USA! $16.99 at store.fifa.com.
The new Companion bag by TWELVElittle is a smart choice for two-shoulder-carrying. It has a water-resistant exterior, a large inner compartment, and it comes with its own changing pad. Looks cool, too. $195 at giggle.com.
Rockabye Baby's new Good Baby, Bad Baby album includes lullabied versions of pop hits from Pharrell, Beyoncé, and Radiohead, among others. It comes with a mini picture book, too. $16.98 at rockabyebabymusic.com.
pop & lolli's removable, re-usable, non-toxic wallpaper now comes in gorgeous designs—preppy anchors, whimsical ponies—by Sarah Jane. From $217 a roll at popandlolli.com.
Lotions are ideal, but Honest Company's new sunscreen spray is the least offensive one we've seen—just pure mineral titanium dioxide, and no nano particles. $13.95 at honest.com.