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Green Baby, Green Mama Giveaway

Green Mama, Green Baby

Green Baby, Green Mama Event

Organized by: Mom to Bed by 8 and Iowa 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!

For mama:

  • 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

For baby:

  • Angel Baby Shampoo & Body Wash – 5.3oz
  • Angel Baby Oil – 4oz
  • Angel Baby Lotion – 4oz
  • Angel Baby Bottom Balm – 2oz

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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 EarthMew 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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About Teri

Teri Hardy is a 30-something married, mom of 7 and the face behind the popular online publication, Motherhood Defined as well as the founder of Mom Powered Media. Known as the Iowa Mom blogger by her local peers and “The Fairy Blogmother” worldwide. She loves to write, doodle & go, go, go. Control freak, master multi-tasker and shopaholic. Ms. Hardy has professional experience in working closely with clients on brand ambassadorships, client outreach services, content creation and creative social media advertising exposure.

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  1. I say KISS. Start with less and keep life uncluttered. Don’t get into the green industry or spend money on highly advertised “natural products” which usually are not very natural.

  2. Toni Keltner says:

    I use cloth wipes!

  3. remember to breathe, when in doubt change of scenery, go outside.

  4. Tina Wolf says:

    I haven’t been the greenest parent, but for my third (unexpected) child I want to make my own food and try cloth diapers. This would be a great help to start.

  5. Whitney Curtis says:

    Green parenting is just healthier for your child.

  6. I am not a fully green mom, but there are a few things I do to try to reduce some waste. We repurpose a ton of household items that would normally be thrown away, containers, papertowel rolls, jars, pop/water bottles, etc. We use them for crafts or storage of craft supplies, and jar for our nature walks!

  7. Kristin says:

    Share your love for being green with your children. Cloth diaper, breastfeed, holistic medicine, organic eating, gardening, recycling…

  8. My best time – is to use, reusable products. Cloth Diapers are #1! Make your own baby food & store in glass jars you already have, etc.

  9. Sophea Cornelius says:

    I would live to try these items

  10. Sherry Compton says:

    Get your kids involved in recycling and the importance of the earth.

  11. Jennifer says:

    Green parenting starts before birth, try to eliminate toxic chemicals from your life as soon as possible to prevent passing them onto your child.

  12. I recycle everything. Do some research and find out what items you throw away most and see if they can be recycled.

  13. Jennifer says:

    grow your own veggies!

  14. kristin h says:

    cloth diapers, freash veggies, food processor

  15. Kim Pinch says:

    Wash clothes in cold water!

  16. I make my own baby food and always take premade snacks with us when we go out!

  17. sherry moore says:

    I’m not much of a green person but I do love to reuse things as much as possible and recycle things you can’t.

  18. Since my daughter was born, we only use green and natural products on her skin and to clean the house. There are so many easy recipes to make your own green cleaner!

  19. jeri boss says:

    grow your own stuff

  20. Dani Osenbaugh says:

    I make my own baby food & laundry soap. :) It’s so easy & saves so much money!

  21. We love to use cloth diapers! We also make our own baby food until our younglings are old enough to eat table food.

  22. Carolyn K says:

    Buy used! And sell or donate your baby stuff when finished

  23. Cassandra Tyler says:

    Upcycle instead of buying new – green AND a chance to be artsy and creative

  24. Joanna R. says:

    Make your own food and use cloth diapers!

  25. katie ab says:

    Make your own baby food and recycle.

  26. Heather Poindexter says:

    use cotton!

  27. Save the landfills use cloth diapers~!

  28. cloth diapers & pack a snack – you save money and it’s healthier!

  29. Annie Sauer says:

    Making your own baby food.

  30. Recycle, reuse

  31. kelly rae says:

    always gift unused items to other mamas

  32. Laura P says:

    Love all the advice! I think I agree with several of the others… be mindful of all the extra stuff that you might not need but seems oh so tempting!

  33. With the cost of baby food –make you own! You control the ingredients, can use organic and avoid nasty chemicals.

  34. I always line dry our laundry…saves so much $$$$ not using the dryer

  35. My best tip is to try to make as much as possible at home so you know what’s going in and on your baby.

  36. Mary v. says:

    Clean house especially in kid-trafficked areas with safe household product…vinegar, lemon juice, baking soda

  37. Ruth chu says:

    recycle what you can the trash clothes or whatever

  38. Christina G says:

    Use cloth diapers!

  39. Rebecca Peters says:

    Being green is the best thing you can do for your baby, and we all want what is best for our babies!

  40. Breastfeed, no waste, no chemicals, no bottles :)

  41. make your own baby food

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