featured sponsor: hip mountain mama

Welcome to Hip Mountain Mama!   I'm excited to share with you another sponsor of The Sleepy Time Gal.

Hip Mountain Mama is an online shop of "hip products for natural mamas."   Here are a few of my favorite products:

The Namaste Laguna Bag

"Exterior Pockets? Check. Interior Pockets? Check. Zippered interior divider and detachable shoulder strap? Check. Check. Organizing your knitting project and personal items is just another day at the beach with Namaste's Laguna bag. This bag is perfect for the hip mountain mama with kids, knitting projects, and/or other craft projects to carry around. Everyone needs at least one Namaste Laguna!!"

Lone Tree Brown Hemp Cloth Napkins

"A elegant way to be eco-friendly at the dining table, these hemp linen napkins are beautiful, practical and best of all, reusable. Using these reusable napkins is an easy green change to reduce waste at your families kitchen table. These are handmade in the USA from natural materials by Jennifer Joy Creative, a small family business."

New Native's 100% Organic Cotton Baby Carrier

"New Native Carriers are worn over one shoulder and the opposite hip. It is popular with those who find conventional carriers too bulky and are looking for something that can be easily stuffed into a diaper bag or purse. Baby can be worn in front, side, or back. Ideal for discreet nursing, the New Native Baby Carrier is made from 100% organic fabrics without buckles, padding, or metal rings. Ideal for newborn to 35 lbs."

Moby Wrap

"The design of the Moby™ Wrap uses your entire back, as well as your shoulders, to carry the weight of your baby. Unlike other carriers, which have narrow straps or go across one shoulder, the Moby™ Wrap is a wide piece of fabric that is wrapped over both shoulders. It is amazingly comfortable and easy to wear. There are no buckles, snaps or other fasteners. It is easy to adjust the fit of your Moby™ Wrap by varying how tightly you wrap yourself and your baby."
Take a minute and check out Hip Mountain Mama today.