It Could Be Love #Giveaway!

Finding the perfect pair of pants for our cloth diapered babies, is not the easiest thing to do. Their  fluffy bums require a little bit of more room due to the fluffiness. Thats why Project Pomona Pants, are the perfect super cute jeans you need for your cloth diapered baby. (Granted any baby can actually wear these, not only cloth diapered.) They are designed by Meghan the mama behind these genius pants. 

The waistband and snaps allows the diaper to fit nicely. Not to mention the NO TAG on these jeans which is amazing. I personally sometimes hate tags, they irritate me. I can’t imagine babies with whom can’t defend themselves. These pants are seriously super cute read more about them on my Review

'It Could Be Love' Giveaway

Project Pomona has put together a SUPER AMAZING GIVEAWAY!! 

16 WINNERS ?? How awesome is that??
The prizes (16 total winners) include:

Two Pair of Pomonas (Winner’s Choice)
Two $50 Super Undies gift certificate
One $25 Kelly’s Closet gift certificate
One Spray Pal
One Tea Collection shirt (value $22) from Kissed by the Moon
Two bumGenius OS Freetime cloth diapers from Cotton Babies
Two Thirsties OS Pocket Diapers from Thirsties
One $25 gift certificate from Rockin’ Green Soap
One Tushie Ties Sampler Pack (1 Luxury Bamboo Velour Tushie Ties, 1 Simplicity Cotton-Flex Tushie Ties, and 1 Tushie Ties Tushie Wipe)
One SweetPea OS Diaper Cover and 2 prefolds
One CJ’s BUTTer Narwhals and Unicorns Carcass Cleaner
One CJ’s BUTTer Warm Vanilla Cake Creamy Lotion
One Geffen Baby’s 3 Pack of 40& Hemp/60% Organic Cotton Quick Absorb Inserts

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Why I love Rockin Green ?

Why I love Rockin Green ? www.sewfatty.com

The Summer of 2012 was so awesome, we spent almost three weeks in San Antonio area due to my hubby getting eye surgery. I asked my hubs if he would take me to the Rockin Green HeadQuarters, and of course he said “YES”.  Which was so awesome to be able to check out the detergent company I use for our munchkins diapers. We got to see all the behind the scenes on my favorite soap for Cloth Diapers and Cloth Pads. Marci took us to the warehouse to show us all the merchandise and talk to us a little more on how Rockin Green came about. Kim the CEO of Rockin Green started this company right out of her kitchen and has grown this HUGE company and are now selling worldwide. 

These pictures are from their old warehouse, they have recently moved to a new location. Which I hope, I am able to visit soon. Visiting them, made me feel closer to them in a way – weird I know 🙂 

Why Do I love Rockin Green

Rockin’ Green Laundry Detergent is an eco-friendly detergent that is not only for your cloth diapers but also for your clothes. It contains NO Enzymes, Phosphates, Optical Brighteners, SLS, Parabens. 

All our ingredients are biodegradable – even the packaging is 100% recyclable! The Scents are AMAZING and with that they are not harmful they are made from distillations of natural essential oils – never artificial scents.

When buying Rockin Green, you have sense of pride. To know you are buying from a Family owned business and to be able to contribute to that is amazing. I started my cloth diaper journey with another brand of detergent, which didn’t work out well for us. I finally made the switch to Rockin Green, and have loved everything about it. It washes my sons diapers well, I have no issues. I understand that everyone is different, but for me Rockin Green has been my ‘IT’ diaper detergent for well over 2 years now. 

Why I love Rockin Green ? www.sewfatty.com

Why I love Rockin Green ? www.sewfatty.com

Why I love Rockin Green ? www.sewfatty.com

Have you tried Rockin Green Soap ? 

 

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Valenzuela’s way’s on Going Green

Living a green life, is important to our family. We try to teach our kids the importance of preserving the earth. We are not perfect and I’m sure there are other ways to be green, but here are some ways we the Valenzuela’s try to be Green. 

Valenzuela Boys in Cloth Diapers

1. Cloth Diapers: our boys are cloth diapered, we avoid using disposable diapers, they just add more waste to our landfills. With cloth diapers we just keep on reusing them, they are better for our babies, the environment and money saver. 

2. Lights Off : I remember my dad always telling us to “turn off the lights if you’re not using them”. So since forever, I’ve always had that instilled in me. Funny thing is, even when I’m not in my own home, and visiting a friend, my parents home. I still tend to turn off people’s lights. 🙂  So we teach our kids the same, its such an important thing to teach them. 

3. Reusable Napkins : we DO NOT buy paper hand towels. We think of it as a waste of money, and more waste added to our landfills. So we choose to not buy them and we use cloth napkins, our kids are so used to it, that it doesn’t phase them to not have paper towels. 

4. Lead by example : our kids do everything we do. So be a good example to them,  and they will follow. 

New Leaf

New Leaf Energy believes that we should all make a positive impact to the environment and that you don’t have to completely change your life in order to do so. That’s why we’re dedicated to bringing 100% renewable energy to Texans, along with a wealth of helpful and practical green living tips.

New Leaf Energy is planting one tree for every new Facebook “like”! Head over there now: (New Leaf Energy Facebook pagePlanting trees is a great way to help teach your children to go green! It’s easy, eventful, and memorable! 

 

 

How do you teach your kids to go green? Share your tips! 

 

 

This post is sponsored by Direct Energy, but my support for their green efforts is all my own!
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