Beanie Nap – Comforter baby pillow, makes your baby feel secure by acting as a comforter. Babies are easily frightened by sudden movements and noises around them. When this happens, they may cry for long periods and may find it difficult to fall asleep. Over time, this could lead to a sense of insecurity that may make babies cling on to their caregivers.
The comforter baby pillow lowers the chances of your baby being startled awake and crying out for attention, giving both you and your baby a good night's rest. The pillow also helps to wean babies off their dependence on their caretakers.
This eco-friendly pillow is made with certified organic millet hulls and 100% Cotton fabric. Natural Millet Hulls have been enjoyed as a pillow filling since medieval times in Europe. Removable cover made from 100% high quality cotton. Machine Washable.
Let’s start with two facts that often help parents gain perspective on the importance of choosing the right mattresses for their child. First, by the age of two and a half, most children have reached half of their full adult height. Secondly, an infant will spend 70% of their time on a crib mattress. It’s fun to pick out that fancy stroller with dual cup-holders, but ask yourself this: where will your child really be spending most of his or her time?
At Comfybaby, it’s not enough to simply produce the world’s highest quality mattresses. Our job is also to educate parents about creating an environment conducive to proper child development. In fact, we don’t believe the words “crib mattress” alone do our products justice; they are more like “growth and development centers” (but we realize that’s a mouthful!) We want parents to feel confident with their purchase decision, and we believe that they will feel confident with any Comfybaby products.
Maud N Lil is an Australian based design company which has been specialising in certified organic cotton as a resource since 1993. The company is co-owned and run by Manda Epton and Vicki Hilcke. Manda obtained a BA (Hons) Design degree in fashion and textiles from Ravensbourne College, London in 1991. She became interested in textile/ environmental issues whilst completing her degree and is the founding member of the business.
Vicki is a fully qualified patternmaker with extensive retail and production experience in the UK and Australian fashion industries. She also managed and co-ordinated a PR consultancy firm before becoming a partner in the business. The focus on organic cotton evolved as the pair realised the influence and damage of this important and versatile crop. They believe there is a very real need to provide well designed products made from sustainable textiles as a market option both locally in Australia and internationally.
During the early nineties the business supplied Greenpeace, Australia with merchandise for their mail order catalogue which led to a natural progression to other cause marketing clients including WWF (World Wildlife Fund for Nature), Amnesty International, The Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney) and New Internationalist.
By 1995 Maud N Lil had designed and developed their own toy range the “Creatures of Comfort” – a soft toy range for newborns and small children; which is close to the range they have today.
In 2003 Maud N Lil moved their production offshore to countries where the certified organic cotton is grown and processed and where they could support Social Compliance principles and Oeketex (European accreditors of environmentally sound textile processing) facilities.