Local Shops and Products


Peapods: Peapods is a mother-owned family store offering wood toys, baby slings, cloth diapers, music and books. We believe in the value of a strong bond between children and their parents and toys that play in harmony with the natural world

Bellies to Babies: The Twin Cities best maternity consignment store. Also offering baby clothes up to 24 months.  

Twin Cities Green: A destination where consumers can purchase a wide variety of eco-friendly products (recycled, reclaimed, sustainable, fair-trade, natural and organic) for their home and life.

Linden Hills Natural Home: A place for organic, recycled-recylable, natural, local and Fair Trade goods for your environmentally-friendly home.

Blooma: Yoga, wellness classes and childbirth education

My Sweet Pickles.com: Local on-line business run by a stay at home mom committed to promoting and simplifying cloth diapering.  Look here for covers, wetbags, diaper rash salve and much more! Workshops and consultations also available.

Bella Angels Imaging: We are unique 3D/4D Ultrasound studio that offers an elective service where parents can view their new baby for the first time.

Sweet Cheeks Baby Food: Great baby food made using only organic fruits, vegetables and grains, as well as local produce when in season.

Services


Stroller Strides: Fitness program for moms and babies

Health Foundations: Providing individualized natural family medicine from pregnancy and birth to everyday wellness.

Flutterbybirth: We provide childbirth education and support for all pregnant mamas and their labor companions, regardless of where they are giving birth.

BabyLove: Offers independent childbirth classes for Twin Cities families.  Experienced and qualified educators in a warm, welcoming setting for the Twin Cities.

The Minnesota Birth Center: The Minnesota Birth Center is Minneapolis’ first free standing birth center providing Certified Nurse Midwifery care for pregnancy, birth and postpartum.

Organizations, Clubs and More


The Minnesota Childbirth Collective: Doulas, midwives, and more.

Attachment Parenting International: A wonderful resource and advocate.

La Leche League: Breastfeeding support

The National Association of At-Home Mothers

Real Diaper Association: Information on cloth diapers

 

Links to Other Resources


Real Diaper Association: Promoting cloth diapering throughout the US
http://www.realdiaperassociation.org/

Diaper Pin: Cloth diapering tips, reviews and more!
http://www.diaperpin.com/home.asp

The History of Diapers:
http://www.diaperjungle.com/history-of-diapers.html

The Diaper Facts:
http://www.borntolove.com/diaperfaq.html

?The Truth’ about disposable diapers:
http://www.seattlediaper.com/product_index.php?name=cloth_benefits

?The Joy of Cloth Diapers’
http://www.mothering.com/articles/new_baby/diapers/joy-of-cloth.html