King Arthur white whole wheat flour and Bob's Red Mill white whole wheat flour are actually whole grain flours. You are right, they are not the unhealthy enriched white flours. According to an article in USA Today, what makes white whole wheat preferable to brown whole wheat flour is that a) it is made from a naturally occurring albino variety, b) it has all the nutrition and fiber of whole wheat, c) it tastes sweet in comparison, as it does not contain tannins and phenolic acid responsible for the unpleasant bitter taste of traditional whole wheat, and d) it has a more golden color (making it closer in appearance to white flour), rather than the harsh red color of whole-wheat.
Soft white whole wheat is lower in protein and higher in carbohydrates than the red whole wheat varieties and its flour is therefore better suited for pastries, cookies, muffins, cakes, pancakes, and waffles. The baguette you made should still be nutritious, however I must warn you about organic sugar. Just because it's organic does not mean it isn't still refined. If your organic sugar is white or any color other than a rich dark brown with coarse crystals, then it is at least partially bleached and refined. It just means that it was grown organically before refinement. You should use Rapadura, a form of organic whole cane sugar that really is natural. It can be purchased at Whole Foods Market.