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 We're definitely suckers for teenie-sized anything, but lots of our favorite looks for littles are super impractical, if we're honest. Although we'll continue our somewhat irrational purchases (sometimes you just can't resist), we've created a truly practical baby line with major crib appeal.

Our bibs are machine washable & reversible – a stubborn stain on one side is no match for the cuteness of the other side. Just flip it over for a fresh new look. Our booties have serious staying power – shoe-ditchers, meet your match! Did we mention that the booties are also reversible? Oh yeah. Our how-did-I-ever-live-without-this pouch for diaper wipes & spare diapers are essential for a mom + babe on the go. Added bonus: like all GAIA goodness, all items are handmade from vintage + repurposed textiles by refugee women resettled in Dallas. 

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Get ready to elevate your 'do with a GAIA Hair Accessory! 

From the chicest Scrunchies crafted with vintage silk sari material, to the pops of color on our Pom Pom Hair Ties, these are more than just parties for your pony...

They are a source of dignified employment for resettled refugee women who are building brighter futures here in the U.S.

Introducing our GAIA Mini collection, lovingly handmade by refugee women - and mothers - living right here in Dallas, TX.  

Because why should the littles be left out of looking good, while doing good?        

 Introducing our GAIA Mini collection, lovingly handmade by refugee women - and mothers - living right here in Dallas, TX.  

Because why should the littles be left out of looking good, while doing good?        

Introducing our GAIA Mini collection, lovingly handmade by refugee women - and mothers - living right here in Dallas, TX.  

Because why should the littles be left out of looking good, while doing good?