mattress, their sleepwear, and their onesies or undershirts, which they'll be wearing underneath their other clothes for a good deal of the year.
Five years ago, it was hard to find good organic clothing. It was also very expensive. Today, prices have come down, more manufacturers are offering organic clothing, and the quality is getting noticeably better because of competition. Even Wal-Mart offers some organic clothing.
I've tried quite a few brands, but the ones I've featured on my organic onesies page are the best available in my opinion. I kept a few criteria in mind when I featured these specific articles of clothing.
1. How long did they hold up? Did they last long in the wash, or did they fall apart?
2. How did they size up on baby? All babies are different sizes, but were they big, small, or just right?
3. Were they expensive? This is probably the biggest concern for parents.
4. Is the company that makes them reputable? Can they be trusted, and how was their customer service?
The good news is that most of these companies do business on Amazon, so you'll have Amazon's customer service policies protecting you in all of your transactions. My favorite brand so far has been Ecoland. They also make a line of organic drawstring pants, socks, and underwear.