Dreaming of Paris Cotton Baby Blanket

$44.00 USD

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Oh, la, la! Keep your baby cozy in this double-layer blanket that features our exclusive Paris-inspired print filled with Eiffel Towers, bicycles, macrons, poodles, and more! Made from 100% Pima cotton, this pink blanket is soft, lightweight, easy to pack, and fits in any diaper bag. Snaps along the corner also make it a perfect nursing blanket!

  • Made of 100% Pima cotton
  • Breathable and hypoallergenic
  • Snaps at corner for secure nursing
  • Machine wash cold, tumble dry
  • Double-sided (print on one side, solid color on the other)
  • Measures 27 x 34 in.
  • Ships in 1-2 business days
Don't Love It. Return It

At Baby Noomie we strive to provide our customers with items that fit their size and style. If you feel that your purchase does not fit either, please do not hesitate to return it. You may receive a full refund (minus $7 for shipping costs), within 30 days starting on the day of purchase on unworn/unwashed merchandise that comes in its original packaging. All exchanges are free of shipment costs if exchanged within 30 days of purchase. No refunds or exchanges will be made on sale merchandise. During sale events, no price adjustments will be made.

SKU: 1804-204

Why Pima Cotton

Noomie exclusively sources the finest grade of cotton in the world: Pima. Grown in Peruvian valleys, Pima is allergen-free (perfect for little ones with sensitive skin), and exceptionally soft with 50 percent more durability than other cottons. It is breathable and adapts to the temperature of the body, and it has a natural elasticity that ensures non-restrictive comfort. Pima only gets softer with each wash! So basically the coziness only gets cozier!

We Care - Why is Pima Environmentally Friendly?

As a business owned by mothers, we are committed to protect the world our children live in. By working only with Pima cotton, which is harvested by hand, we avoid the use of machinery that contributes to pollution. Additionally, our fabrics are printed using artisan square tables as opposed to rotating machines, which are known for their environmental consequences.