Organic cotton is a greener and more sustainable option for organic baby clothes as it is made without the use of pesticides and fertilizers. GOTS-certified brands like Walkiddy ensure their products meet organic textile standards.

Walkiddy offers sustainable, soft and fashionable baggy pants for children. Thanks to their relaxed cut, stretchy cuffs and welt pockets, these jogging pants are ideal for active kids, while their variety of colors and patterns means they can be combined with different outfits.

Children can be picky about their clothing choices, but there are many benefits to allowing them to choose their own clothes. This boosts their self-esteem, encourages self-expression and improves their decision-making skills. In addition, it stimulates their creativity, teaches them to manage a budget and saves time.

Parents need to keep their children's health in mind when it comes to outdoor activities during winter. It is important that children are dressed in layers of warm clothing and quality accessories such as hats, bow ties, triangular scarves, socks and blankets to protect them from the cold.

This blog post is about how to be a sustainable parent and thus reduce their impact on the environment. Babies need many things that are often disposable and pollute the environment. However, sustainable parents can make small changes in their daily lives to change this.

Baby sleeping bags are portable blankets that wrap around the baby's knees and torso, leaving the head uncovered. It keeps the baby warm and can be used at any time of the year. Walkiddy offers various models, including those with press studs on the shoulders or an elastic fabric that narrows towards the top.

Separating children into gender-specific patterns of behavior and taste affects their personality. However, this was not always the case, because such stereotypes did not exist until the 1800s.

This blog post is about how we can reduce our ecological footprint and create a sustainable world for the future. The ecological footprint is a method of measuring human demand for natural capital in relation to the ecological capacity of the earth.

Unused baby clothes are often stored in the basement or thrown away, resulting in more than 183 million pieces of baby clothing being thrown away each year. Instead, you can recycle these clothes by donating them to charities or creatively reusing them.

The fashion industry is constantly producing new products that often cannot be sold, resulting in unsold inventory. This leads to environmental damage as many brands incinerate or send these garments to landfills.