Thursday, May 16, 2013

Featured Website and Blog: Tender Sapling

Are you looking for eco-friendly products for your kids?  Would you like to purchase from a company that helps your children find the nobility within?  Then you should visit Tender Sapling, a relatively new endeavor that is already making a big impression.

It is driven by a powerhouse couple who draw on their own experience as parents, artists, international travelers, and educators to create clothing and accessories for little ones that everyone can feel good about. 

Not only are the items made using organic cotton and water-based ink, they also carry messages that help children to "grow noble."  Oh, and they are really cute!

Our youngest tender sapling traveler, sporting his Love All the World shirt.I personally love the activity tags that accompany the clothing items, with suggested ways that families explore the item's theme, such as a seed-sprouting activity.

Tender Sapling is built around the core principles of virtues development, world citizenship, sustainability, and having fun!  They take their role as parents and entrepreneurs very seriously, but at the same time they create products that are fun for kids and families.

You can delve even deeper into these topics through the Tender Sapling blog, which features thoughtful articles on raising mindful children and finding balance after tragedy.  They also have a wonderful Global Kids Gift Guide and recently launched a Tender Sapling Travelers series, about their global explorations with their little ones.

For more on Tender Sapling, visit their store and blog, or follow them on Facebook or Twitter.

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This article was written by Leanna, who blogs about raising global citizens, spiritual education, and natural parenting at All Done Monkey.  She is so excited to be part of the Baha'i Mom Blogs!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the kind and generous review of our humble efforts, Leanna. It's an honor to be included among such a great array of blogs!
    - tendersaplingmama

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