I always find it curious that women on these message boards stress about blue cheese and deli meat, but don't think for a moment about the thousands of chemicals they are exposing their unborn children to in their personal care products and other household products.
For example, how many of you are thinking about the flame retardants in your furniture, the mattress for your baby, or the baby products you are buying? If you're not, you might want to reconsider:
Do you eat canned foods? Do you stick plastic in the microwave? Are you thinking about how the common endocrine disruptor BPA, which is still present in so many plastics we use everyday and the lining of so many canned goods is affecting the development of baby boys in utero, or wondering why so many girls are experiencing early onset of puberty?
If you think that the chemicals in your shampoos and cosmetics are not affecting your baby, you haven't done your homework.
I urge you to use the link already posted (the Environmental Working Group's website) to choose safer products. There are so many options today, in so many different price points, there really is no reason to ignore the science.