Live Good Baby Pillows Review

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I have something to say that might make me unpopular. I don'??t like that Life is Good line. There I said it. Judge me second, but hear me first. Life isn'??t always good. Sometimes it really really stinks.

One message I do like'??Live Good. To me, this says that it'??s how you live during your life that makes a difference.

I'??m proud to have this message on my daughter'??s bed with Live Good'??s new Baby Pillow Line. These 100 certified organic pillows are just the right size for propping up sleepy heads, and soft enough to cuddle.

The message is not only on the outside, but it's also on the inside. Everything that goes into Live Good products '?? from the fabric to the thread to the natural wood buttons '?? is sustainably sourced and hand-crafted exclusively in the U.S.A. How many companies can say that? They're stuffed with an organic insert on fibers from the kapok tree, which are moisture-resistant, quick-drying, lightweight, completely hypo-allergenic, mold resistant and odorless. Live Good'??s baby pillows feature an image screened onto organic white cotton sateen using water-based ink, and the back closure features soft fabric ties...meaning little ones don't wake up with zipper imprints on their sweet cheeks.

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My favorite touch is the Baby Endangered Species, with cuddly characters representing endangered species. The animals featured on the pillows include a wee waddling penguin, a dandy little elephant, a friendly lion, an adventurous sea turtle, and a lovable, cheery whale. These fit in perfectly with the concept of "living good."

When my daughter lays her head down on her pillow at night, I want her to feel that during that day, she has lived good. Or well. She's lived well. But that's just the grammar diva in me.

Live Good'??s Endangered Species Baby Pillow line is available for $80 to $100 at www.livegoodinc.com.

Cheryl Fenton is a Boston-based freelance writer, who writes beauty, fashion and fitness for Boston Common, Stuff and Glamour magazines, as well as her own EasyPeasyBlog.com.

Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did receive samples for review purposes.

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