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The Biggest Baby Registry for Natural Products (+ GIVEAWAY!)

For all of you mamas-to-be concerned about the healthiest, most natural products for your growing baby, I’m so excited to share this new resource with you.

If you’re unfamiliar with Abe’s Market, it’s a Web site chock full of natural products — from dresses to dog food. And they’ve recently launched a baby registry, which is the most extensive natural baby registry out there, offering thousands of products for babies and parents. Thousands!

To top it off, 10% of the proceeds from your registry purchases will go to Healthy Child, Healthy World — a non-profit that works to empower and inform parents about avoiding environmental contaminants that could harm their children.

And to really top it off, we’re giving away a $50 gift card to one Babble reader who makes a registry through Abe’s Market:

If you’re skeptical about what kind of products qualify as “natural,” you might be surprised at just how extensive the Abe’s Market registry is:


Abe’s Market also has a gorgeous online magazine called Natural Baby, where they feature not only natural products, but personal stories, expert tips, and decorating advice. Take a look at some of their magazine pages:

The cool thing about this online magazine is that you can click on any product featured, and it will link over for more info. and to buy. See the entire Natural Baby magazine.

TO WIN $50 for Abe’s Market: Make a baby registry, and leave the link in the comment section below. We’ll pick a winner next Wednesday, May 16, and announce here on Being Pregnant.

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