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Sleep is for the green. People want to be eco-friendly, but at what price? The Nook Pebble Mattress ($610) is ergonomically-designed to provide a comfortable, non-toxic sleep environment for baby's first few years. The 100 percent natural latex core eliminates the need for the usual metal springs and plastics, and a wool fabric weave is said to help facilitate the flow of oxygen in and around a sleeping tot – helping them sleep longer and deeper.

The sleep system's unique, washable Pebble Wrap serves as both a mattress pad and crib sheet with a eucalyptus-infused cotton that eliminates odors and repels fluids, dust mites, and other nursery pathogens. Modern nursery items like these are incredible and on lots of mama's wish lists, but how many parents can actually afford them?

Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 7 years
Maybe, if I was planning on having lots of babies in rapid succession (though no multiples, because I wouldn't buy two)...I might consider getting one. $610 is a lot of money. But if the claim that it helps babies sleep longer is true, I'd get it.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 7 years
I'm with both of you, I would 100% buy this if I could afford it. But $610? That's a whole month's rent!
FrankiLee FrankiLee 7 years
I would love to be able to afford this, but it is just way too expensive. Everything about it sounds wonderful, but I'd have to stick with a cheaper alternative.
jenni5 jenni5 7 years
Way too expensive for me. If I was rich I'd love to buy all this stuff though.
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