Thursday, May 14, 2009

Question about kids sleepwear

Sorry for the hiatus! My mother in law was in town to enjoy a week with us and with that and our Mother's Day preparations, it got really busy around here. But, we are getting back to normal and back into blogging.

Thanks for all the kind comments about our recent success!! It is very much appreciated.

Andrea writes: "That's awesome progress Terri!! I have a quick question for you. Awhile back I remember you saying something about what children's flame replent nightgowns were made of. I've been searching your blog all morning but can't find it. Do you know off hand where I can locate that info? Thanks again for all your insight! ~Andrea"

Here's my blog post about this topic and some additional resources on the web:
http://thirning.blogspot.com/2009/02/how-to-find-out-what-toxins-are-in-your.html
http://www.thenaturalsleepstore.com/whybuyorganicfaq.html
http://parents.berkeley.edu/advice/safety/fireresist.html

I avoid all "flame retardant" sleepwear in favor of cotton shorts and tops in the summer and long cotton pants and shirts for the winter. Old Navy seems to have a good line of sleepwear that is all cotton and without the chemicals!

Next up ~ an article on preventing Autism! It will be a long one and I am still working on it!

2 comments:

Kristy said...

You are freakin awesome and full of great info! Thank you so much for sharing!

Terri Burges Hirning said...

Thanks Kristy!!!