A few weeks ago, when my husband and I were discussing buying things for our baby, we made a commitment to buy as many items as possible that have been made right here in America. Not an easy task! But totally doable. There is a new trend in this country of buying American and I love it! Get this. The average American spends $700 on Christmas gifts during the holidays. If just $64 of that $700 was spent on American-made products we could create 200,000 jobs. Imagine if we did this throughout the year and not just at Christmas. We could start a revolution! Let's do it. Buy American. Just look around! You'll be surprised at what is made here.
All of these products on this board are made in America. Yes. I know. They might be a tad bit more expensive than the stuff made in China but you can feel good about keeping money and jobs in this country.
- Land of Nod. Maple Anderson Crib.
- Basic Brilliance. Yellow Romper.
- Basic Brilliance. Sage Long-sleeved Onsie.
- Mabo Kids. Organic Cotton Textured Graphic Tee.
- American Apparel. Light Pink Cotton Onsie.
LOVE the idea... not many options in Roswell!! However, some of my Christmas was just purchased at the Land of Nod...! I do love that place (AND the baby bump) !! ;)ReplyDelete
Awww, this is such an adorable round-up!!! Loving everything! xoxoReplyDelete
These are all so cute! I was going to suggest American Apparel but looks like you're already on it!ReplyDelete
What a great idea! I may have to hop on the bandwagon too! Congrats on being in your third tri!ReplyDelete
I will be sharing the homemade stretch mark cream Monday :)
I think this is a great idea. I was looking at tags on my clothes and the majority of them are made in Indonesia. Excuse to shop for new American made clothes? Sure!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this! And as a fellow nerd, I would totally support a weekly Made in America post :)ReplyDelete