There are two things that everyone loves: puppies and babies. Right now I’m going to be focusing on the latter even though I could talk about puppies all day.
Babies are cute and absolutely precious. Yes, they may smell sometimes and cry uncontrollably when all you want to do is catch up on sleep from last night’s crying session, but we love them all the same. We think about what they play with and what they eat. We make sure they are properly secured in their car seat and that their favorite stuffed animal is never too far away. But what about what they sleep on?
It’s easy to think that all crib mattresses are the same. Maybe you think that a more expensive mattress is automatically of better quality and perfectly safe for your child to sleep on. This isn’t always the case. It’s important to realize that some mattresses contain harsh chemicals and synthetic materials that don’t create a healthy sleep environment. We’re happy to offer an organic and safe alternative.
The Savvy Baby
The Savvy Baby is GOTS-certified organic and perfect for growing infants! It includes an organic cotton and wool casing that is made from only the finest materials. Inside the casing is a solid 5" layer of Firm Dunlop latex so your baby has the support he or she needs. A soft mattress isn’t safe or comfortable for babies which is why we only use our firmest latex. Safety is our number one priority, both in terms of construction and the actual materials used.
Our organic mattresses are made without harmful chemical flame retardants. Instead, we use organic wool batting which acts as a natural flame barrier. Breathing in harsh chemicals can lead to all sorts of medical issues, from obesity to cancer. Chemicals in mattresses and furniture attach onto dust particles in your home like magnets. These toxins then float around your home completely undetected.
We believe babies should enter this world on a happy and healthy note, which is why we offer a safe product for them to get some quality zzz’s on. Newborns, infants, and toddlers should be getting anywhere from 11-17 hours of sleep per day. They’re spending a lot of time horizontal so their mattress should be safe.