Sheryl Crow's Heirloom Bear for Wyatt

12/04/2007 at 12:50 PM ET

Claudius_bears_group_shot3 Wyatt Crow, 7 months, son of singer Sheryl Crow, has a very special handmade bear to snuggle. It’s a Claudius Bear ($150) from the QJunior Collection.

Named after Claudius Ptolemy, a pioneer in astronomy and geography, Claudius the Bear is a pioneer in his own right. This bear is hand-made exclusively for Q Collection Junior by Judy Geagley in the mountains of Appalachia. He is a favorite of adults and children alike and his heirloom quality construction guarantees decades of memories.

Claudius is made from Q Collection’s popular Velutto wool velvet (natural wool and Oeko-tex certified cotton, 100% biodegradable, non-toxic and heavy metal-free dyes). He is stuffed with 100% organic cotton. Claudius is hypo-allergenic, and processed free of chemical treatments.

The QJunior Collection is the only children’s and bedding company recommended by Healthy Child Healthy World, the leading non-profit organization helping parents find non-toxic and environmentally-friendly products for their children.

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lilkunta on

Did Sheryl share that she has this bear made for Wyatt? If Sheryl did then I’d like to get 1. But I hope the creator isnt just attaching a celeb name to their product for sales boost.

MissAllisonJenny on

$150 is too much for a teddy bear, unless it’s a robot teddy bear that does housekeeping, too lol

Diana on

If there are two things I’d like my future child to have, those things would be a unique teddy bear and a special blankie to cuddle up with and call their own. For months now, I’ve been searching for an organic teddy bear that is unique and worth buying. Claudius the Bear (in persimmon) is exactly what I’m looking for – unique, organic, seemingly durable, and ready to be hugged endlessly by my future little one. Although the price is very steep (OMG, I can’t believe I’m paying $150 dollars for a teddy bear!!), I think the bear is worth buying and finally, finally – my search for a great, environmentally friendly teddy bear is over. Many thanks for the link!