Here at Little Bunny Bear we believe in ethical shopping for you and your baby that does not exploit people or the world’s resources.
Environmentally friendly fabric
We use 100% GOTS certified organic wool which is natural, biodegradable/compostable and non-toxic.
Environmentally friendly packaging
We use only recycled paper and card stock, printed locally. Each puddle pad comes wrapped in 100% biodegradable non-plastic packaging made from corn-starch.
10% of every purchase donated to charity
We believe in giving back, so for every purchase you make from Little Bunny Bear, we contribute 10% to one of the following worthy causes:
Sue Ryder, Oxfam, The Salvation Army, Concern Worldwide, Save The Children, MOAS (Migrant Offshore and Station) and PAFRAS.
In addition to saving the planet by empowering parents to use fewer disposable nappies, we are proud to support our local community as ambassadors for Child Friendly Leeds.
Rebecca Mottram: Founder
Our Founder Rebecca Mottram is a potty blogger, owner of Little Bunny Bear and designer of the Go Potty range of products. She has two children, both of whom have used potty from birth. She trained originally as a seamstress and clothing designer before training as a Children’s Nurse. When her first baby was born, she used her creative skills to develop suitable pottying clothing and this turned into the Little Bunny Bear brand you see today. In 2018, she trained as a Go Diaper Free Coach with Andrea Olson. She remains a Registered Children’s Nurse and uses her combined knowledge to teach parents how to potty their babies from birth and potty train their older toddlers.
Lianne Marie Mease of Butterflump
Lianne Marie supports Little Bunny Bear with PR and Marketing, fuelled by a passion for ethical business practices and loose leaf tea. She lives in Leeds with her husband, son and a lot of books.
Yat from Sewganic: Seamstress
Rachel from Spider and Fly Clothing: Seamstress
Rachel lives on the Wirral, with her partner and their two wildling children. At the age of five her mother taught her the gift of sewing, helping her make a small quilt that is registered in the Georgia Quilt Project. As she grew up she continued creative activities and once her son was born, wanting to escape the blue sea of baby clothes she found in shops, she started Spider & Fly, where she vents her need for loud, colourful children’s clothes.