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Introducing Ecorattle.com: A New Green Baby Site

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As a new father, I’ve got all sorts of free time — which makes the launch of a new site like Ecorattle seem like a project of insanity with my day-to-day work here at Ecorazzi. However, I need some kind of outlet for all the cool things I’m learning about in the green baby scene, so here she is.

As you can tell by the site’s theme, we’ll be covering almost everything related to green parenting. As a guy leading this effort, I hope I can offer some perspective from that angle and get more dads to chat about their experiences. Obviously, this is a site for parents, so for those of you that have not yet crossed to that side, I understand if you pay a visit once and then move on to Perez Hilton. But eventually, I hope you’ll be able to relate to all the joys, confusion, and wonder that comes with being a mom or dad.

So, when you have a moment, come say hello to Ecorattle. We’re a bit naked still — and just learning how to walk — but hope to up and running more smoothly in another month or so. Oh — and we have a great contest running right now for the complete line of the Kiss My Face Kids line. See you there!

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