The 3 feet view

7 things to consider when you buy for a newborn

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If you are a new mother, you might find this post very useful. Also, if you are someone who is gifting clothes for a newborn you might want to read this up before you shop.

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What is in Bella’s Lunch Box

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Jack and the Beanstalk

Bella was wondering if the bean seed he had sown the previous night would be big like Jack’s bean stalk.
“When will it grow, Ma?”, Bella asked.

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Little People's Big Choices

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My colour my choice

Imagine walking into a gorgeous shop filled with choices and being told that you are restricted to shopping clothes in one particular colour. Thats gender apartheid !

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The Bee Bear Collection

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Bee Bear

Friends of Nature - The Bee Bear Collection

The Bee Bear collection is inspired by the venerable bee and the lovable Bear. These two uncommon friends are battling for survival in this modern world as pollution and rampant encroachment are destroying their home and habitat.

Read more to find out how you too can celebrate nature and tell your children about the wonderful future you are laying out for them.

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Celebrating International Trees and Forests Day

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Tree Trunk

7 ways to can make your child a happy little green kid

If we want our children to flourish, to become truly empowered, then let us allow them to love the earth before we ask them to save it. Perhaps this is what Thoreau had in mind when he said, “the more slowly trees grow at first, the sounder they are at the core, and I think the same is true of human beings.” - David Sobel, Beyond Ecophobia

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A Cotton Tale

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A bedtime story on adventures of organic cotton to be read for 5-8 yr olds

Cotton was a small seed. He lived with his family in a packet, in a shop. One day, a farmer came into the shop and bought Cotton and his family.They were thrilled! Finally, they could be put to work. The farmer took them home, and started to plant Cotton and his family in the soil. It was very comfortable for them, as the soil was fresh, and it felt nice after being cooped up in a packet for so long. Cotton started growing.

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