Sustainable Valentines Gifts for Kids & Babies

I know a lot of people think of Valentine’s Day as a “Hallmark Holiday”, but it's so fun and I love to give my kids little treats! My mom and dad always gave me a little something and I loved it! This year I’m giving my kids organic cotton pj’s from Hanna Andersson and organic, non-GMO candy from Project 7.

Here’s the details on my gifts, plus some more ideas for you.

For Kids:

1. Hanna Andersson Pajamas

Sustainability: organic cotton (uses less water and no harmful pesticides that stay in soil and human tissue)

Price point: $29.99 and up

Why kids love them: fun prints, super soft, favorite characters (star wars, super heroes, etc.)

2. Organic, non-gmo gummies from Project 7

Sustainability: organic, non-gmo, natural dyes, no synthetic preservatives

Price point: $4 (1, 2 oz pouch) and up, minimum $15 online order

Why kids love them: its candy :), that's all!

3. ABCs of Earth Science, printed by Jumbo Minds

Sustainability: made in the USA (reduces carbon footprint, enforcement of labor laws)

Price point: $9.99

Why kids love them: answers questions kids have about their world, bright colors, engaging text,

Age: preschool- 3rd grade

* check out this website to look for books printed in the USA for other age ranges

For Babies:

1. Organic cotton pajamas from Earth Hero

Sustainability: organic cotton

Price point: $19.99

Why babies love them: soft and cozy

2. Squooshi Reusable Food Pouches

Sustainability: reusable (less landfill waste), bpa free, phalate free, pvc free

Price point: $13.99 for 6 and up

Why babies love them: fun, colorful animal designs

* I had something similar for my kids, but they were plain green, these are more fun!

3. Green Toys Tugboat, for the bath or pool

Sustainability: 100% recycled plastic, made in the USA

Price point: $14.99

Why kids love them: colorful, float well, babies can fill it up and pour water out too

* my kids have one and still play with it!

Happy Valentine's Day! xoxo