Back in November, I was on the hunt for eco-friendly, handmade maternity clothes and found a bunch of cute options, including a bamboo tunic from a little company called IOGoods. Since then, Darrol Henry has arrived, and of course now I'm constantly looking for eco baby gear.
When Erin at IOGoods offered me a pair of her hemp shorts for babies to try out, of course, I couldn't say no! She sent me a pair of her toddler shorts, and you can see Darrol Henry modeling them right here:
She sent us a pair of shorts that are size 12 months, but as any cloth diapering momma knows, a cloth diap gives babies a big enough booty that they can usually wear some too-big clothes. I tried these shorts on DH when they arrived, and they were cute as can be! As you can tell, they're a little longer than intended, but the elastic fits his waist when he's wearing a cloth diaper. Plus, I kind of like that the legs are hilariously roomy on our little 10-week-old! The best part? The elastic waist means they'll grow with our little guy for months to come.
The shorts are made from organic hemp and feature side pockets and some sweet stitched detailing. The wide legs gave Darrol plenty of room to kick it out, and the elastic made it easy to get these on and off for diaper changes.
Erin's got a wide range of eco-friendly clothes for moms, dads, and babies in her shop. Click here to check out IOGoods!