WELCOME TO FAUNA KIDS
Previously named Moobles and Toobles.
Premium baby clothing made from GOTS certified organic cotton. Our signature prints are made from beautiful illustrations by Nadia Cruikshanks. Designed and printed in Ireland.
WHY CHOOSE ORGANIC?
Organic cotton feels softer because it is free from harsh chemicals, which could irritate your baby’s skin. It is also more durable because the fibers are not broken down with harsh chemicals & processes.
Organic cotton reduces allergic reactions and rashes because there are no traces of the harmful pesticides used to grow conventional cotton in the actual fibres. These chemicals could be absorbed through your baby’s thin skin and can cause allergies, rashes and respiratory problems. Organic cotton does not use GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and is 100% natural.
Organic farming keeps farmers healthy. Conventional cotton farming is harmful to farmers health and the chemicals used can cause cancers such as Lymphoma.
Organic cotton production has been shown to cause 98% less water pollution than non-organic cotton production. It also uses much less water. Organic farming also protects our soil from being poisoned with harsh chemicals.
PICK YOUR OWN COLOURS
Would you like to choose the colours of your prints? Just leave instructions in the comment box at the checkout before you pay. Custom colours are available on everything except the repeat prints. Handprinted with love.
JUST A COUPLE OF OUR REVIEWS. All FIVE STAR.
Love these sleepsuits! The pattern is beautiful but also so practical, our baby was born with talipes and needed casts, these had poppers all the way around the crotch and leg and were a generous fit . Washed great as well.
- Orla Kelly
Got the most beautiful elephant baby grow from this IRISH brand and got more pieces for friends babies too. The fish garland is beautiful in our daughters play room. Love the quality of the clothes they’ve washed fantastically well. I recommend this brand to anybody looking for something unique and extremely well made.
- Colette Leneghan