Green Baby, Green Mama Event
Organized by: Mom to Bed by 8 and Iowa Mom
This is great for any mom!
Prize Package Includes:
Bummis Organic Cotton Starter Kit
A value packed box of cloth diapering essentials with everything you need to start using cloth diapers now! You don’t need to be cloth diaper savvy in order to appreciate it - but if you are, you will really love our beautiful new boxed kit. Flushable liners and our step-by-step guide to no-fuss cloth diapering make it easy for you. No rinsing, no pins, no stuffing and no big deal to wash this cloth diaper system.
The Infant size contains:
- 24 infant size Organic Cotton Prefold diapers(4 x 8 x 4 layers thick)
- 4 Super Whisper Wraps – small
- 2 Super Brites – small
- 3 rolls Bio-Soft liners – small
- 5 reusable Fleece Liners
- Fabulous Wet Bag – large (available exclusively in the Kit!)
- User Guide
The Baby size contains:
- 18 baby size Organic Cotton Prefold diapers (4 x 8 x 4 layers thick)
- 2 Super Whisper Wraps – medium
- 2 Super Brites – medium
- 1 roll Bio-Soft liners – large
- 5 reusable Fleece Liners
- Fabulous Wet Bag– large (available exclusively in the Kit!)
- User Guide
Earth Mama Angel Baby Birth & Baby Kit
Mama’s Birth & Baby Kit Full Size will get you set with full-size must-haves. Worry-free products to comfort mama and baby? That’s a big check!
- New Mama Bottom Spray - 4oz
- Mama Bottom Balm - 2oz
- Organic Monthly Comfort Tea - 1 box
- Natural Nipple Butter - 2oz
- Cotton Tote Bag - 10'' x 12''
- Postpartum Bath Herbs - 1 box
- Angel Baby Shampoo & Body Wash - 5.3oz
- Angel Baby Oil - 4oz
- Angel Baby Lotion - 4oz
- Angel Baby Bottom Balm - 2oz
Thank you for visiting and entering to win this amazing prize package. Please take a moment to also visit our lovely co-hosts whom without them great things such as these would not be possible: Budget Earth, Mew Review and An Ordinary Housewife.
One lucky winner will a Bummis Organic Cotton Starter Kit & the Earth Mama Angel Baby Birth & Baby Kit!
Giveaway ends July 18th at 11:59pm, open US and Canadian residents, ages 18+. To enter please use the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck.
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Use washable containers to store homemade baby food instead of disposable bags.ReplyDelete
Use fleece or cotton wipes with warm water for diaper changes instead of disposables. Better for environment and for babies bum as wellReplyDelete
Keep a stack of baby washcloths in the kitchen/dining room for wiping up messy faces (and hands. and heads. and arms...)ReplyDelete
I don't have any green parenting tips probably since I'm not a parent yet. I hope to be green and cloth diaper though and am thinking of using prefolds with covers for the new born stage to save on waste, money, laundry, then using the prefolds as inserts as the baby gets bigger. I also want to use cloth wipes instead of disposables.ReplyDelete
Cloth Diapering, and Breastfeeding!Use Glass instead of plastic as much as possible!ReplyDelete
Breast feeding and using reusable instead of disposable diapers, wipes, baby food containersReplyDelete
I line dry my cloth diapers when possible.ReplyDelete
Cloth diapers and cloth wipes with water.ReplyDelete
Wow what an awesome giveawayReplyDelete
try as many reusable options as you can find - wipes, diapers, snack bags, pouches, water bottles.ReplyDelete
Say yes to second-hand strollers, cribs, highchairs etc(that are in usable condition), you'll help extend the life of those objects and won't break the bank.ReplyDelete
I use cloth wipes, cloth diapers, and always bring my own bag into stores.ReplyDelete
Buy second hand items, as long as their nice condition!ReplyDelete
use reusable stuff whenever possible! (cloth diapers, cloth wipes, unpaper towels, momma cloth, etc)
Use washcloths to clean your child's mouth & hands at mealtime, otherwise you'll end up using a lot of paper towel!ReplyDelete
Cloth diapers and breastfeeding. Also line-drying, especially the diapers!ReplyDelete
Second hand is always good for things like toys, clothes, and strollers. Not to mention breastfeeding, and cloth diapering. Our latest tip has been ordering two rolls of cloth paper towels! Makes clean ups so easy and eco-friendly!ReplyDelete
My best green parenting tip: go diaper free! Especially during these warm summer months.ReplyDelete
I like to rewear clothes until they are truly dirty.ReplyDelete