Many parents today agree that dressing their little ones in organic baby clothing is the best choice for their health as well as for the environment. Organic cotton, hemp, wool and other natural materials are more breathable, softer, and have much less of an environmental impact than conventionally grown cotton clothing and synthetic materials like polyester. 333Buying organic also contributes to providing a living wage for the people who make the clothes, from the farmers to the factory workers and everyone in between. Organic baby clothing is typically more expensive than conventional alternatives. Organic cotton and wool cost more to produce, process and manufacture due to the greater care that must be given to the crops and the people involved in the manufacturing process. Organic clothing is typically much higher quality, though, and can last through many children. Organic cotton fabrics are thick and durable, and they get softer with each wash instead of falling apart and stretching out like conventional clothes. Organic clothing companies also take cost into consideration when designing their clothes, and often design them to grow with your baby or child through many mont...