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posted a Quick Tip about Cloth Diapers. September 30, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Cloth Diapers
Love cloth! saves lots of money, saves on emergency trips to the store for MORE diapers, great on the environment, fun stylish designs that you can't get from disposables. We've had less leaks, less messy …
posted a Quick Tip about Thirsties Diaper Pail Liner. September 30, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Thirsties Diaper Pail Liner
Love love love! If you use Cloth diapers, you NEED this! Be sure you have 2 of them, so you have a second one to use while you are washing the first. We've had ours for 1.5 yrs. Still going strong. No …
reviewed bumGenius 3.0 One-Size Cloth Diaper. September 30, 2011
bumGenius 3.0 One-Size Cloth Diaper
Shortly after I switched to cloth diapers with my daughter, I wanted to try out a few different brands. I found the Bumgenius 3.0s and was thrilled because I loved the idea of an All-in-one diaper, and …
posted a Quick Tip about Kissaluvs organic cotton and hemp clo.... April 15, 2011
organic kissaluvs
Environmentally friendly, this diaper is definitely the next best thing to having a happy, healthy baby.
reviewed Ice Pop Joy. April 09, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Ice Pop Joy
  With summer approaching I am really looking forward to serving cold healthy snacks to my daughter and any kids visiting. For the most part because I've got my hands on Ice Pop Joy, an indispensable …
reviewed Puddlegear. March 17, 2011
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Puddlegear
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reviewed The Organic Woombie. March 07, 2011
posted in Mongabay
The Organic Woombie
I am a grandmother who owns 2 websites. My first website was born because I am the grandmother of 2 preemies. The first was a little girl who was born at just 26 weeks and weighted just 1 lb 15 oz. As …
posted a Quick Tip about Food, Inc.. March 06, 2011
Food, Inc.
read china study as well; both books are very informative as to why we need to radically change our diet for our own heatlh and health of the planet, as well as defang industrial animal abuse system
posted a Quick Tip about Mothering. March 06, 2011
Mothering Magazine
So incredibly sad to learn Mothering is no longer in print! They have decided to cease printing and publication, but will still be an online company, love their website! At least that's not going anywhere. …
reviewed Wupzey. March 04, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Wupzey
I wish I discovered Wupzey when my 2 year old was just learning to eat solids by herself a year ago! It would have made my endless cleaning a lot easier. Anything for a baby that you can just wipe and …
posted a Quick Tip about Applecheeks. February 25, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Applecheeks
We really love our Apple Cheeks diaper. It is cute, trim, and extremely absorbent. We never have leaks with it on. The only thing, it leaves marks on my toddler at the elastic - and it isn't supposed …
posted a Quick Tip about Boiron Oscillococcinum for Children. February 25, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Boiron Oscillococcinum for Children
Works great for prevention if you know you'll be in a crowd during flu season and also really good to take at the first onset of fever/chills. In our experience it stops the illness from progressing and …
reviewed Smart Gear Smart Balance Bike - Class.... February 25, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Smart Gear Smart Balance Bike - Classic Style
Baby E loves anything with wheels, just like any toddler. We borrowed a tricycle a few months back, but those pedals just kept getting in the way. I was really hoping to find her a balance bike for this …
posted a Quick Tip about Momzelle Organic Nursing Tunic. February 19, 2011
Momzelle Organic Nursing Tunic
The true test of maternity tops: would you wear it even if you weren't nursing? I am wearing my Momzelle top right now, out of the house, simply because it is so soft and comfortable (even though I no …
reviewed Supernana. February 18, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
supernana
Living in a home on a concrete slab in the Northeast of the U.S. can get quite chilly, especially in the winter months. It's beautiful in the summer and keeps our home cool, but in February you don't …
reviewed Fig Food Co.. February 11, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Fig Food Co.
I have four feet of snow outside with ten foot snowbanks. In the past sixteen years of living here north of Boston this is perhaps the snowiest winter of all! I can't remember a January with a major …
Poisoned for Profit: How Toxins Are Making Our
Have you wondered why there seems to be an epidemic of serious childhood illnesses, like cancer, asthma and birth defects, in America? It has a lot to do with the huge increase, over the past 50 years, …
reviewed Bungalow BeBe. February 04, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Bungalow Bebe
Organic cotton clothing can be pricey. I generally don't buy any for myself or my daughter unless I find a really good deal. Why even bother? Well, because conventional cotton is grown with insane …
reviewed Food, Inc.. February 04, 2011
posted in Healthy Lifestyle
Food, Inc.
   I tend to avoid constant streams of news because the flow of bad and dark overwhelms me and makes me feel hopeless. I can't watch the endless commentary on why people do some of the hideous …
posted a Quick Tip about Ecobubs. January 30, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Ecobubs
This diaper is amazing! There was a busy day I somehow skipped a diaper change and my toddler wore it for 8 hours during the day without a leak and a perfectly dry and clean bottom - the diaper was really …
reviewed The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social B.... January 27, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social Benefits of Homeschooling
"Once upon a time, all children were homeschooled. They were not sent away from home each day to a place just for children but lived, learned, worked, and played in the real world, alongside adults …
reviewed Alden's Ice Cream. January 21, 2011
posted in Green Living
Alden's Ice Cream
I am so excited I'm not sure where to start! You see, my husband is an ice cream addict. Hence I have tasted one too many store bought ice creams. I was never an ice cream lover simply because I've …
posted a Quick Tip about Seventh Generation chlorine free diapers. January 07, 2011
posted in Grist
My daughter had a rash with these all the time, but she did with all disposables anyway. These are great though if there is absolutely no way you can cloth diaper! We use cloth full time now, but I've …
reviewed G2V Products. January 06, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
G2V Products
I've been drinking my filtered water from stainless bottles for a while now. The risks of BPA in plastic have been underestimated for too long and it has recently been linked to infertility even more …
reviewed Ecobubs. December 18, 2010
posted in Eco-Babyz
Ecobubs
If you asked me which full stash of cloth diapers I would buy if money was no object, I would say the Ecobubs Wool Pocket Nappy. This is quite simply the best diaper I have ever tried on our baby, hands …
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