Category Archives: environment

Green Friday!

And so it begins the Christmas season frenzy.  The day after giving thanks for things that we have, Black Friday shoppers have already trampled each other for things they have not.   I’m proud to be an American, but it … Continue reading

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Giving thanks for cloth

There is so much thanks being shared lately, as we reap our bountiful harvest and prepare to relax and enjoy it with friends and family. I’m watching the Facebook feeds, and there are several people giving pause to dig deep … Continue reading

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Enjoying Autumn’s Canvas

Do you feel it? Nights are getting chilly, there’s a cool, crisp smell in the air, evening greets us earlier each day, leaves are falling and swirling in the breeze, and kids and animals alike are a bit restless. Autumn … Continue reading

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Earth Day!

One of our favorite days of the year – an excuse to talk to people about the environment, to shamelessly push cloth diapers and spread our word! What a better way to show your children how much you love them … Continue reading

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Come on, we know everyone LOVES Facebook!

Well so do we, and we would LOVE to get some good conversations started over there. Right now we are pretty much using it to let people know when we update the blog, have a sale, posted some pics, etc … Continue reading

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Cloth Diapering Myths!

I was thinking about all the misconceptions and myths about cloth diapersingandcame up with 10 that I think are the most popular ones we have heard. Maybe some of you all have heard others? 1. In order to Cloth Diaper … Continue reading

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Triumph Over Montessori!

I am so excited that I was able to talk our Montessori into using cloth!! After researching and writing the article on the gel in disposables, I was kinda freaking out… I had done some research on the Tushies brand … Continue reading

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Safe Sunscreen

Now that they sun is shining bright, even here in Maine, its important to know exactly what is in the suntan lotions you are putting on your youngsters. Most of those super-sized, inexpensive bottles of “kids” lotions that you find … Continue reading

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Happy Earth Day!

So we know opinions about the environment, carbon footprint and green living really run the gammet these days. More than in the past especially, since these thing are more popular subjects and more people are aware of the effects of … Continue reading

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Cloth diapering on a dime….when money is tight!

Everyone has their own set of reasons for cloth diapering their kiddies, including but not limited to – environmental conservation, cutting back on chemical exposure, vanity and increasingly ever-popular SAVING MONEY!! Over the life of a child, cloth diapering can … Continue reading

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