Why Our Prices Are High

We’re big believers in full transparency and the saying, “you get what you pay for.” Here’s everything your money goes toward.

  1. Premium materials

    All our materials are carefully sourced and certified by global standards.

  2. Fair wages

    We believe that everyone deserves to be paid a living wage, and that social responsibility makes the world a better place.

  3. Quality control

    We monitor every step of manufacturing to ensure that we can be proud of every product we sell.

  4. Assembled in LA

    We add the finishing touches to our products at our warehouse in Los Angeles before we send them off to their new homes.

  5. Made to last

    Our products grow with your family through every stage of childhood, from your first little to your last.

Cost Transparency

We believe our customers have a right to know why our products are priced higher than other brands. Here’s the cost distribution behind our price tags.

  1. 49% Quality Materials
  2. 5% Eco-friendly packing
  3. 5% Package locally
  4. 8% Import costs
  5. 13% hand assembly & quality review
  6. 20% large item shipping

What Your Mat Is Made Of

We hope to create a space where “non-toxic” and “organic” aren’t just nice-to-haves, but need-to-haves.

  1. Organic Cotton

    Our GOTS-certified 100% organic cotton is luxuriously soft and breathable.

  2. Vegan Leather

    Our waterproof vegan leather is made from Oeko-Tex 100 certified water based microfiber PU leather.

  3. Bamboo Jersey

    This soft, stretchy blend of bamboo jersey, GOTS-certified organic cotton, and spandex is buttery smooth to the touch.

  4. Organic Latex

    We use 100% plant latex and the Dunlop method to make our GOLS-certified organic latex foam.

Where The Magic Happens

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  1. factory

    Play Couches + Picnic Blankets

    Karur, India

    Our play couches and picnic blankets are manufactured by a company that specializes in eco-friendly and pure organic products that follow GOTS, OCS, Oeko-Tex, BSCI, and Fair Trade standards for certification.

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    Organic Latex Foam

    Selangor, Malaysia

    Our organic latex foam is supplied by a company that exports certified organic Dunlop latex foam cores, toppers, pillows, and crib mattresses that meet GOLS certification.

  3. Hand assembly

    Hand Assembly

    Los Angeles, CA

    All of our products are hand assembled and packaged in our Los Angeles based warehouse. This also allows us to have an extra and final round of quality review before the products make their way into your homes

  4. Sewing cotton

    Organic Cotton Covers

    Wuxi City, China

    Our organic cotton mat covers come from a factory that manufactures premium textiles for babies and families. The factory is ISO9001:2008 certified and WRAP certified to prove that its products are high quality and that it follows safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing processes.

  5. Vegan Leather Covers

    Dongguan City, China

    Our vegan leather mat covers and play cushion covers are made in a factory that exclusively manufactures products that are eco-friendly, non-toxic, free of lead and phthalates, and that meet CPSIA, REACH, ROHS, SGS, and Oeko-Tex standards for certification.

Safety Guaranteed

Our products meet stringent criteria to ensure both social and environmental responsibility. In other words: they’re safe for your baby and the planet.

The Big No-No Ingredients

  1. PFAS

    polyfluoroalkyl substances have been linked to a range of health problems, including developmental issues, liver and kidney damage, immune system problems, and cancer.

  2. Polyurethane

    a synthetic material commonly used in the production of foam products. Polyurethane foam can off-gas volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can cause respiratory problems and other health issues.

  3. Polybrominated

    diphenyl ethers (PBDEs): flame retardant chemicals that have been linked to health problems such as developmental delays, hormonal changes, and cancer.

  4. Formaldehyde

    a volatile organic compound (VOC) that can cause respiratory irritation, headaches, and other health problems. It is commonly found in some types of glue and adhesives used in furniture and other household products.

  1. Phthalates

    a group of chemicals used to soften plastics and improve flexibility. They have been linked to hormonal disruptions and other health problems.

  2. Flame retardants

    Some flame-retardant chemicals such as polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), have been linked to developmental and hormonal problems in children

  3. Phenol and phenolic compounds

    used in some products as preservatives, disinfectants, and other purposes.

  4. Organotin compounds

    a group of chemicals used as stabilizers and fungicides. Organotin compounds can be toxic to the nervous system and immune system.

  5. Heavy Metals

    such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium ad. and arsenic can cause health issues such as neurological and developmental problems in children, kidney damage and cancer.

  6. Bisphenol A (BPA)

    BPA is a chemical used in the production of plastics and can leach out of certain plastic products, such as baby bottles and sippy cups. BPA has been linked to developmental and hormonal problems

two children holding hands

We’re big believers in social and environmental responsibility. Even though that comes with a higher cost, we want to create products that are safe for our little ones, last a lifetime, and protect the planet for future generations to come.