You take great care to make sure that your child has only the healthiest foods for her lunch and snack. But what about the lunch box and containers that you put that food in? It is important to choose food storage containers that are made of safe materials, are good quality and don’t cost a fortune. You can find safer options that are free from BPA, PVC, lead and phthalates.
There are so many options for lunch boxes and accessories that we can’t possibly feature them all! So we have put together a list of brands (to save you some trouble). Happy shopping! Lunch Bags and Boxes BaZura Bags – made by a women’s co-op in the Philippines using used drink containers Crocodile Creek –… Read More
Old Navy is selling a new onesie with a tattoo-inspired design and the slogan “Formula Powered.” I can’t imagine what they were thinking. I am completely opposed to encouraging mothers to choose to formula feed their babies, and I think Old Navy should do the responsible thing and remove these onesies from their stores.
I used to be a bookstore addict. I would go in and spontaneously buy whatever book or magazine caught my attention. As I made my gradual transformation into a green mom, I started paying more attention to my book- and magazine-buying habits. Read on for some tips on how to cut down on cutting down trees.
Although I’m not pregnant yet, I have started my pregnancy beauty routine. If you are thinking about getting pregnant or think that you might be already, there is no better time than now to start cutting out things that could potentially be harmful to your unborn child. I already try to live a natural and organic lifestyle but even some green products can have harmful effects on an unborn child.
A war has been waging between ants and me for some time now. It seems like, no matter where I live or how clean my home is, I always have ants – crawling in the trash, marching across my kitchen counters, trailing along the floor. Since I really do not want to use harsh poisons or chemicals inside or outside of my home, dealing with the ant problem has been a frustrating battle.
In keeping with the iPod app theme from a couple of weeks ago, I thought I would share my son’s favorite iPod games and applications. I know a lot of people would disagree with giving a preschooler an iPod, but I have found that you can find a ton of educational games for it.