about us

Isaiah 30:21 (NIV)

“And whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying, ‘This is the way; walk in it.’

what is snoots in cahoots?

We’re a small, primarily-online, organic cotton children’s clothing company. Snoots in Cahoots became an idea in 2016 and turned into a reality at the beginning of 2017. We believe in quality over quantity, and that good health is worth the extra mile. You can count on us for clean, toxin-free, and super soft (did we mention super cute?!) clothing for little boys and girls, newborn up to size 6. You can purchase our clothing here and also on Etsy, in a few local West Michigan stores, and you can find US with our products at vendor events all over the United States (join our email list to see where we visit next!).

what is our style?

Everyone needs a few staple “basics” in their wardrobes, and kiddo closets aren’t an exception! We love simple styles, but we always keep originality in mind while designing new styles. One of our main focuses is to keep little ones comfortable in their clothing and luckily, organic cotton is incredibly soft and durable. As far as print goes, the characters we designed are all forest animals to incorporate nature into our aesthetic. We choose color schemes that flow nicely together, depending on the upcoming season. We want kids to be kids and still look fashionable.

Fun tip: look for our little characters or our “snoot” hidden in our clothes!

what is our philosophy?

As a company, we desire to serve the Lord, Jesus Christ in all we do. The book of Colossians in the Bible states, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving” (Colossians 3:23-24, NIV). It’s not about the income or business growth, it’s about choosing to trust God in waiting for His timing and giving our customers our best, whole-hearted work. In doing so, it is crucial to us that children receive the highest quality of organic cotton in their garments and only natural elements in other baby products, to protect them in every way. It was our priority to provide the safest and most honest materials from the very start of our business.

who are we?

We’re just a couple of small-town girls with big dreams for a kinder, simpler, cleaner, and healthier Earth. Our company name “Snoots in Cahoots” came from our desire to continue including animals and nature in the business world (the “snoot” on each of our characters is the same irregular circle with two nostrils, much like a pig nose). The Snoots headquarters is located in beautiful West Michigan where we both grew up. Check out our stories below!




Get to Know Us: Danielle

Welcome to our website! We hope you enjoy your shopping experience. I am a wife and mother of four beautiful children. We try to live a holistic life style which is why organic cotton clothing is a passion of mine. Not only is it great for our children but it is also great for the environment. I wear many hats when it comes to the tasks I do for Snoots in Cahoots and I am here to assist you in any way possible. Checkout our site and let us know what you think! I hope you enjoy all of our products and the many benefits they will have for your precious children.




Get To Know Us: Marianne

Hello! First of all, I would like to personally thank you for stopping by our shop and taking a look around. We appreciate you! I’m the head of designing, packaging, and a whole bunch of other tasks. As someone who has always enjoyed the creative and radiant parts of life, being able to implement that side into a career is a dream come true. All of my designs are created with the organic lifestyle in mind but I also add my own flair and individuality. Our colors are specifically chosen to cohesively complement each other so your little loves can wear their clothing with just about anything during every season. I hope you love them!

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