We wanted to highlight some easy sustainable swaps that we think are simple enough for any parent to be more eco-friendly.

re-useable nappies for sustainable nursery swaps blog Nurture Collective1. Reuseable Cloth Nappies & Wipes

With millions of nappies going to to landfill every year, making the switch to reusables can really make a difference. They are not as hard as you think and most local councils offer a nappy voucher incentive when you buy your first set of nappies. We highly recommend  The Nappy Lady she has all the advice you need and offers a great support service too.

2. Wooden FurnitureA baby's nursery with cot and mobile for sustainable nursery swaps blog at Nurture Collective

It looks great, it’s sturdy and whether you’re buying it second hand or new – It’s always easy to pass on.

baby wrapped in Little Leaf Organics Muslin at Nurture Collective3. Organic Bedding & Clothing

Babies skin is five times thinner than adults skin so we recognise the importance of organic clothing and bedding especailly for newborns. For good quality GOTS Certifed bedding simply Click here

Babygrows on a washing line for the eco friendly sustainable nursery swaps blog at Nurture Collective4. Pre- Loved

We are huge supporters of keeping items away from landfill and extending their life. We highly recommended places such as Pure Bundle or Little Loopster for quality pre-loved childrens goods. 

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