Green Baby -Green Mama Giveaway ends 7/18


Green Baby, Green Mama Event

Organized by: Mom to Bed by 8 and Iowa Mom

Pamper your Baby and yourself with this amazing Giveaway!!  Check out all the amazing products below!
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

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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Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. Conservamom is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment. Please contact with questions or to see your business or blog featured on the next big event!



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  2. Kathryn Wineland McGowan says:

    I can’t say how much we’ve saved–both on trash and economically by using cloth diapers. Next time I want to use cloth wipes too!

  3. Joanna R. says:

    Use cloth diapers!

  4. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    My best green parenting tips are to cloth diaper, breastfeed, make your own baby food, and buy kiddo clothes 2nd hand. :)

  5. Megs Mari says:

    My best green parenting tip is to just try your best! if you can breastfeed – awesome, if not – thats okay too! If you can make your own baby food- fantastic, if you need to buy some for convenience or ease – great! If you can use cloth- perfect, if disposables suit you better that’s fine too. Just be the best you can be and do little things here and there :)

  6. Kalle Metcalf says:


  7. use cloth diapers and cloth wipes

  8. Cassandra Littlefield says:

    Breastfeeding, cloth diapers, cloth wipes, home made items, BLW, recycle!

  9. Wash your cloth diapersby hand once in a while! Also hang them to dry.

  10. cloth diapers and dry out in the sun!

  11. Shelley Campbell says:

    My favorite "green" thing is using vinegar and water to clean. It get things SO much cleaner than most of the chemical cleaners I've use and I feel comfortable letting my little ones help me with the chores when we're using it.

  12. Reuse everything you can

  13. Cloth diapering isn't THAT bad! :)

  14. We recycle all packing from our food as well as dry our cloth diapers in the sun (though they stay wet for days with the humidity lately!). We also use a tiny handvac to spot clean instead of hauling out the huge, energy-sucking Hoover. Baby crumblies can only go so far.

  15. Cloth diapers are great!

  16. Sara Momofmany says:

    Hang your clothes on the laundry line. It will help get stains out.

  17. DIY baby food, homemade chemical free cleaners, and cloth diapers of course!

  18. Jennifer Hanrahan says:

    super excited about this giveaway!
    Loving our cloth diapers.

  19. Forgetful Momma says:

    That cloth diapers really aren't that gross!

  20. Everything you can go green with do it ! :)

  21. I use paper in whatever product I can instead of cloth. Unpaper, mamma cloth, cloth wipes and cloth diapers.

  22. Homemade baby food, breastfeeding, cloth diapers and cloths none of these things are difficult, hard or gross one you get the hang of it. I actually now find all these things fun and enjoyable.

  23. night Elf says:

    Using reusable cloth wipes, glass bottles, cloth diapers

  24. Cloth diaper, breastfeeding, babywearing-all so much better for the earth and for mama and baby.

  25. Sarah Hayes says:

    reuse as much as you can

  26. I use econuts to avoid laundry chemicals

  27. Jessica Roby says:

    Breastfeeding, babywearing, baby led weaning, cloth diapers, buy local, reuse, recycle

  28. What better than to start with good old Cloth Diapers and breastfeeding. I don’t use chemicals when cleaning either. Try out dawn liquid dish washing fluid + vinegar to clean the shower and bathtub. Works miracles!

  29. Gillian Stafford says:

    Cloth Diapering is my best green tip! I love it and they are so much more eco friendly and way cuter!!

  30. 2 babes in cloth, love it!

  31. I use some washing soda and baking soda in rinse cycle and wash with soap nuts :)

  32. If you don’t buy paper towels you won’t use paper towels…best green tip….go with good ole dish rags :) will have 2 in cloth in november.

  33. Nicole Bear says:

    When you do things that are better for the earth, they are also better for the health of you and your family. The reverse is also true! Do what you can, start out small, and eventually you will be living an easy green life.

  34. Angelique g says:

    Breastfeed your baby…

  35. Use reusable cloth baby wipes.

  36. Cassandra Kelton says:

    Research EVERYTHING. Once you start digging you will be surprised at some of the everyday things that can harm us or the environment. And when in doubt do what your great great great grandparents would have done! :)

  37. super easy way to save $$ and go green is cloth diapers… but also use cloth wipes

  38. Claudia A says:

    breastfeed and make your own baby food.

  39. RoseMarie Anne Pavlik says:

    We cloth diaper, make our own baby food, use reusable products and products made from recycled materials, recycle, and use eco friendly products.

  40. Sara Vandemark says:

    Use as many reusable items as possible! Babies and kids can produce A TON of waste but most of that could be avoided with reusable wipes, cloth diapers, cloth napkins, cloth towels instead of paper towels, etc.

  41. Use biodegradable bags to freeze breast milk in.

  42. Kelly Yarbrough says:

    Homemade baby food.

  43. I think homemade baby food, coconut oil for a cure all, and cloth diapering are the BEST green parenting tips!

  44. homemade baby food was the most economical and we had no waste by throwing out jars or pouches

  45. Cloth diapering and breastfeeding are the two most green things you can do for your baby and the planet!

  46. Maria Lord says:

    Cloth diapers, homemade laundry soaps and cleaning supplies, breastfeeding! I would loooove this!

  47. jessica z says:

    Use cloth diapers and cloth wipes

  48. Cloth diapering! I tried to get DS in board but had no luck. This time around I am just doing it !

  49. Sarah Jane Schiro says:

    Baby-led weaning is super-green. No trash from jars, boxes, and pouches. Just let the baby feed himself the food the family is eating.

  50. Replacing disposable items for cloth/re-usable as much as possible and as much as you feel comfortable with. Cloth Diapers, cloth wipes (for baby and you), cloth in the kitchen instead of paper towels. Also, buying soaps/detergents in bulk to save on buying items that are over packaged. I could go on and on!

  51. I’m expecting my first but cloth diapering is the best thing I’ve found so far to start green!

  52. Aubree Faunce says:

    Have lots of Patience and LOVE…It goes a long way!!

  53. Leah Blomberg Johnson says:

    Breastfeed – free, always there, and completely natural

  54. Jessica Lodge says:

    Make your own baby food. You can make it organic which is better for our land and water, plus it creates less waste of glass or plastic containers.

  55. Abby Walker says:

    Upcycle old clothing into diapers, bibs, burp cloths etc.

  56. cloth diapers and DIY homemade baby wipes

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