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Robbie Adrian Organic Blankets Nab Celeb Baby Following

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robbie.jpgThe organic baby revolution continues with stylish, beautiful 100% all-natural blankets from Robbie Adrian. The company was founded after the owners had difficulty finding baby products that were both environmentally-friendly and stylish — something that’s becoming increasingly less of an issue these days. But, jumping into the scene early, their fashionable organic blankets are now receiving a steady following from some of the biggest names in entertainment.

Halle Berry, Dave Matthews, and Sheryl Crow are only some of the celebs wrapping up tots in these chic blankets. Since Berry has decided to go “green” with her nusery, she’s received a bunch of fleece chocolate, natural and eucalyptus blankets for her upcoming baby shower. Dave Matthew’s son, Oliver, received the Velour Nursery Ocean Blue organic and silk blanket, while Sheryl Crow’s son Wyatt picked up a gift box. In addition, Robbie Adrian donated one of their largest blankets, in Crow’s name, to a children’s home she supports – The Delta Children’s Home in Missouri.

We’re always happy to support new companies making a difference for the planet and healthier living. We wish Robbie Adrian all the best in expanding their business and getting more babies swaddled in green. Hit their official site here for more.

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