Shark Week!

Shark Week is here! Learn the facts about these misunderstood and important animals of the deep!

Check out our the Discovery Channel Shark Kids page for informative facts that will be fun and interesting for kids, or browse our Pinterest board for fun Shark Week activities and crafts.

Shop our Shark Week picks for the little ones, including the organic Biome5 Shark onesie, or natural rubber shark bathtub toys!




July 07, 2015 by Tina Bar-On

Store Review from A Beautiful Exchange Blog

We have partnered with the fabulous blog A Beautiful Exchange to give you a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Wild Dill! Check out her great review of the Begin Again chameleon puzzle and the adorable Olive & Pickles giraffe rattle and bunny ears teether.


*Photo credit A Beautiful Exchange

Baby Registry Sites

Expecting a new baby is an exciting time for new moms. One of the fun aspects is the tradition of a baby shower where the mom-to-be is "showered" with gifts from friends and family. Here at Wild Dill we would love for you to find some perfect items for your first days and months with baby.

Start by adding your favorite Wild Dill baby products to a registry through one of these simple and easy to use registry sites.




create a registry
May 18, 2015 by Tina Bar-On

Bluum Box - Monthly Surprises for Mom & Baby

What is Bluum box?

Click here to starting bluuming today!

I just discovered a super cool new monthly subscription box for mom and baby called Bluum Box. The items included go from pregnancy all the way to age 5. I'm already a big fan of the monthly boxes as a way to discover amazing new products for myself from organic snacks to skincare but I never really thought of it for kids products so this seems like a fun way to discover new products and brands for me to feature here.

How does it work?

What is really cool about Bluum box is the level of customization that they allow from buying a box for yourself or as a gift. If you get a multi-month box subscription the boxes evolve to match the age and development stage of your child.

When signing up you get an full range of options starting with babies age, gender, and name. From there you can pick who you are as a gift giver (parent, grandparent, friend, etc) and categories of products you want and best of all, ones you don't want. In my case I would choose my top 3 product categories that I like to get as a surprise: books, food, and bathtime and excluded the 3 that I am picky about and would rather choose myself: safety, playtime and getting dressed.

How much does it cost?

I found the pricing to be very reasonable, with 1 month starting box at $29 with shipping included all the way down to $23 for a year subscription.

What is included?

Each box is different but from what I found in their online shop the product assortment is very large. I see a few brands that I already know and love for their green and eco-friendly qualities including BabySoy clothing, Estella baby rattles, Satsuma Designs accessories, Petite Frites blankets, Eco-Kids toys, Natursutten, Ecovessel and more.

Is it worth it?

Yes, from what I've ready so far I think the Bluum box is a great gift and fun way to discover products. The customization is some of the best I've seen and they really do curate great quality brands so you aren't getting a box full of junky stuff.

Ready to try it? Click here to customize your Bluum Box


Click here to starting bluuming today!

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May 18, 2015 by Tina Bar-On

On the hunt for stylish and practical Diaper Bags!

Now that I am almost 1 month away from my due date the nesting and organizing instinct is full swing! Today I'm on the hunt for a new diaper bag, I never really found one I loved with my first baby so I can justify finding a new one. Since I am bored with the usual brands and of course want to support up and coming designers and fellow small business owners I am keeping my search to more obscure brands.

I love the simple design and classic colors of the diaper bags from brand THEA THEA BABY BAGS. They look to be a nice size with great interior storage.


Keeping with the classic and simple color palette, I am very drawn to these natural colors from Stokke, available at La Stella Blu


Another nice neutral choice is this stylish bag available on Land of Nod. I see some great reviews and it comes in darker colors, blue, black and grey.

Matt & Nat Diaper Bag (Natural) - Natural Matt and Nat Diaper Bag


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May 15, 2015 by Tina Bar-On

Happy Mother's Day!

May 06, 2015 by Tina Bar-On

Under the Sea favorites!

Under the sea picks for your little one! Clothing, toys, and nursery decor.



April 27, 2015 by Tina Bar-On

Happy Earth Day 2015!

Happy Earth Day 2015! Check out our special offer below, valid only April 22-23rd, 2015!

In honor of Earth Day, learn more about our charitable giving partner: The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation and ways you can support their mission.



April 22, 2015 by Tina Bar-On

Giving Back: The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation & Wild Dill

 Wild Dill is a proud supporter of the non-profit organization The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation. Starting in 2015 we are now a professional partner providing a share of our profits to this worthy, earth friendly organization.
Check out these great ways to further support their mission:


Buy the Home Orchard Handbook  

Buy the Apple Tree Grow Gift Kit


The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation is a nonprofit charity dedicated to planting edible, fruitful trees and plants to benefit the environment and all its inhabitants. Our primary mission is to plant and help others plant a collective total of 18 billion fruit trees across the world (approximately 3 for every person alive) and encourage their growth under organic standards.

FTPF provides support, resources, and guidance for those interested in planting fruit trees and spearheads a variety of planting programs. These programs are aimed at enriching the environment, providing nutritious food sources for wild and rescued animals, and improving human health by bringing delicious, fresh, locally grown raw fruits and vegetables of the highest quality into the lives of all people.

FTPF also seeks to secure land throughout the world with the sole purpose restoring native plant ecosystems with an abundance of fruit trees and plants that benefit the surrounding air, water, and soil and provide food sources for wild animals.

April 09, 2015 by Tina Bar-On