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You do care about the environment, despite that Diet Coke can you threw in the trash by accident the other day. That's why you and Baby should take the Prius over to Bootyland's newly revamped store on Capitol Hill. It moved one door to the West and the freshly painted space seems airier and much easier to navigate.

Owners Ellie Cassidy and John "Crow" Bahr stock eco-conscious toys including The Earth Friends dolls, made from natural and recycled materials and gently used maternity and kids' clothing. However, if you don't care for the "updated hippie" stuff, look beyond the recycled clothing, wooden toys and cloth diapering supplies, and you'll find a plethora of exceptional, never-been-used items. Take, for instance, the darling colorful rubber boots from Kamik or the super soft Baby by Britta blankets. Parents who dress their wee ones with flair should snap up the black "Ramones" bibs from Sour Kiddys or the Project Danger caps with little skulls on them. After all, if we're going to save the planet for our kids' sakes, we may as well accessorize them well now.

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