I'm also concerned about flame retardants, synthetic foam that breaks down quickly, and stain treated fabrics. All these chemicals end up in our lungs and bloodstreams, which I find so scary. My family is slowly phasing out toxic furniture but it's a very expensive project. We started with mattresses and beds for the kids and will re-furnish the rest of the house as our budget allows. I'd love to see some non-toxic sofa sources listed…unfortunately safer natural materials like horsehair, down, feathers, and wool make for really pricey sofas.
Apartment Therapy's Sofa Shopping Guide
|6/19/13 07:31 PM|
The only baby carrier my husband and I can share is the Scootababy. It's a hip carrier with adjustment points at the waist and at the shoulder. He's almost a foot taller than me and when he uses my Beco every single buckle gets fubared. He also loved the Mobywrap with our winter baby, but no so much with our summer baby.
Babywearing for Dads
|7/1/11 05:48 PM|
Target sells these online as well.
Affordable Find: Contemporary Bentwood Rockers
|1/27/11 12:18 AM|
I second the app recommendation. We use Baby Connect. There are many options, though, so you should be able to find an app that works for your family. Good luck!
|1/11/11 02:34 PM|
Lovely home! Can you please post a source for the bathroom sink?
Shanan & Chris's Rustic Glam Rowhouse
|9/22/10 01:52 PM|