Fourzero; ethically made to keep newborns secure

By Kate | Kids
Posted Feb 19, 2013

The tiny, delicate features of newborns, make everyone want to tuck them in and keep them swaddled and safe. Now, out of Australia, comes an ethically-based, newborn specific label that has the same intent. Fourzero, based in Queensland, produces a tiny capsule wardrobe for newborn babies while they transition from hospital to home.

The brainchild of Carolyn Chambers, who has over a decade of nursing experience with babies and children in neonatal and children’s intensive care, Fourzero offers a unisex mix match collection to dress new baby from birth to up to 5Kg/11lb in weight/56cm in length. Each piece made is from natural organic bamboo and cotton, without any dyes, and all produced by hand in Australia.

Chambers’ goal is to keep newborns warm, comfortable and secure straight after birth and has thought of every detail. For example, the Newborn Nightie features an expandable neckline; the nightie can be placed over the baby’s head or brought up the body, rib banding on the bottom; enables quick and easy nappy changes without the need to undress or disturb a sleeping newborn and fold over scratch mitts; to protect the newborn from scratching as well as to keep baby cosy and warm.

Perfect as gifts, the line includes shower gift packs as well as a full newborn gift pack that includes the nightie, a beanie, and an organic blanket wrap ($125 AUD). Ships almost everywhere.

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