Grow Eco Baby specializes in natural home, child and parenting items. Our store is located in Downtown Cary, NC. Come check out our quaint space and peruse our latest products. We're always getting fun new goods and our locally made products are crafted by the best, hard-working parents, who we are honored to help support.
Grow Eco Baby specializes in cloth diapers, baby carriers, local handmade goods and eco products. Our store also seeks to provide a community space for families to feel comfortable and find support. We strive to lend support to our community by selling locally made products, hosting a variety of support groups, offering an array of classes, selling pre-loved items, and fostering a welcoming environment. We have a small local shop in Cary, NC which is breastfeeding and children friendly.
The grow team
The amazing Grow Team consists of 4 local moms, Maria Campagna, Adell Henderson, Andrea Farris & Jessica Raymond. Everyone has something special to bring to the table! Maria is an animal expert and has experience working with animals like elephants, alpaca, goats, turkey, dogs and cats! Adell teaches the cloth diapering 101 class and makes beautiful pregnancy/birthing ball covers (Ask about them!). Andrea is very knowledgeable about baby carriers and she is super talented at crocheting, knitting, sewing and cross stitching! Jessica is Grow's photographer, if you need any photography done, don't hesitate to ask Jess! We are here at Grow whenever you need us, feel welcome to come visit us any time and use us as a resource for answering any questions you may have.
Along with supporting our customers, we work hard to directly give back to our community by helping a variety of charities year round. If you would like to learn how to help or are a charity that would like help please take a look at our Grow, Gives Back page for more information.
About The Owner
Grow Eco Baby was taken over at the end of 2017 by a local Raleigh mother, Maria Campagna, who is passionate about children, animals and sustainable living. She couldn't stand to watch Grow permanently close, so she decided to keep Grow alive by re-opening the store in January 2018. Providing a community centered local business has truly been a dream come true!
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