For dad. Cuz he’s pretty rad.
An ultra-soft, ultra-comfy unisex T-shirt that feels like you’ve owned it for years the moment you put it on, and for years to come.
• Poly-Cotton (50% Polyester / 50% Cotton) construction • Durable rib neckband •
Happy Baby Wraps
Designed for today’s active parent, the Happy Wrap is stylish, comfortable, and fully adjustable leaving you free to get things done while enjoying the closeness of your baby.
100% Made in the USA
Nurse your baby in style with your CoverBoo nursing scarf. Not nursing? No problem, this stylish infinity scarf is still a great accessory and can be used as a blanket too!
Our tea blend is an excellent postpartum tea that helps with production of breast milk and is nutritive and toning to the uterus. (not recommended during pregnancy)
Ingredients: Raspberry Leaf (Rubus idaeus), Alfalfa leaf (Medicago sativa), Nettle (Urtica dioica), Pink Rose Petals (Rosa centifolia), Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum), Anise Seed.
Otherware + buddhiBaby exclusive
The Knack Teether contains silicone beads and wooden rings. It is a great piece for babies when they first start to grab hold of objects as it contains small and large beads and makes an attractive rattle noise when shook.
The DadGear Courier is a diaper bag designed with Dad in mind. He’ll love the rugged look modeled after bike messenger bags. Either parent will appreciate the functionality; with 8 pockets in this bag, organization is easy. The DadGear Courier bag also offers “hands free” styling so Dad can change, feed, and entertain his children without ever having to set the bag down.
Fat and the Moon
Fat and the Moon admits to having a slight preoccupation with dry shampoos. They are really, really cool. It ain’t great for the health of your hair and scalp to wash your hair every day, dry shampoo absorbs oil and add body so ‘no shower day’ can be ‘awesome hair day’. Yet upon inspection of the dry shampoos out there on the shelf, even the products deeming themselves ‘natural’ are loaded with aluminum. Applying aluminum to your armpits is bad, but to your head- where your brain lives, is just stupid. And breathing aluminum powder in? Faa-get about it.
Any powder you are applying that close to your grill should damn well be edible. I’ve been experimenting with just the right proportions of starch to cocoa to clay for months. The cocoa adds a yum smell and adds a little color so your hair doesn’t look dull and powdery, and the starch and clay absorb oil. The light brown color will work with all hair shades. A little lavender essential oil promotes a healthy scalp. Beware, the combination of lavender and chocolate may send you on a expensive chocolate bar binge.
To use, dip a make up brush into the powder and tap off the excess. Part your hair at it’s oiliest sections and apply the powder using the brush. You may want to wrap a towel around your shoulders as not to get powders on you threads. Once you’ve applied the powder to your satisfaction, turn your head upside don and brush through. Viola! You are now a chocolate crowned goddess/god!2 oz will last you a long time, even with regular use.
cocoa powder*, arrowroot starch*, kaolin clay, lavender essential oil*
2 fl oz