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Little Eco Footprint Monthly Subscription Box & #Giveaway! {Can Only}

Mommy Moment is excited to share with you, our readers, that we have been added to the Mom Bloggers list for Little Eco Footprint!

Little Eco Footprint is a monthly subscription service, that provides you with natural and safe products for you and your baby!

For only $29 a month (or $27 a month if you buy a 6 month subscription) you will receive a box full of goodies delivered to your door with at least 5 of the highest quality products for both baby and you.

Little Eco Footprint

Two moms, making smarter choices.

After the birth of our sons (Lachlan in 2011 and Hayden in early 2012), we became two moms arranging regular play dates with our boys and found ourselves discussing the latest and greatest in baby products. We quickly realized we had one thing for sure in common (among other things), finding safe products for our boys.

We became passionate about doing the best for our babies! Synthetic perfumes and toxic chemicals became our number one concern, and words we would cringe over. This led to our search for “safe” brands. Products we felt comfortable using, letting our boys eat, play and chew!

After a dozen of play dates and many hours brainstorming while chasing our babies around, LittleEcoFootprint was born.

Our goal is help other moms discover the best non-toxic and the safest products for their little ones! We know that these products will leave a lasting impression (or eco footprint!) on our sons. Doing something good for the environment, and our babies is what we feel strongly about.

Naturally yours,

Lisa & Kristy

The March 2013 box has many neat products!

Little Eco Footprint March

$10 Gift Card for Boské Kids ~ This Canadian company makes natural clothing for kids ages 6 months to 6 years that are absolutely adorable! Even though my kids are almost out of these sizes, I can totally see myself purchasing an article of clothing for my nieces or as a baby gift!

As moms we are constantly on-the-go and know that stains can happen almost anywhere.  The Buncha Farmers Stain Remover Stick (valued at $4.42) is the perfect item to carry in your diaper bag or purse.  The Stain Remover is made of all-natural and biodegradable ingredients.  This Stain Remover also works great on cloth diapers.

Carré Jaune is a 100% natural skin care line for the family that wants to be eco-friendly.  This skin care line is perfect for that mom-to-be, baby shower gift, or for everyone to use in their everyday lives.  The sample of Natural Foam Wash (valued at $5) is a great way to test out these products.  This natural product is especially great for those with sensitive or delicate skin.

If you are a mom like me, chances are you have crayons and paper in your purse for those long lines at the grocery store to occupy your little one.  Crayon Rocks (valued at $1.75/3) are made of all natural soy from USA grown soybeans.  They are then colored with mineral pigments.  Because of their unique shape, these Crayon Rocks also help prepare little fingers for handwriting.

ecojot is a Canadian company that makes all their products from post consumer recycled waste.  What do they make?  You might wonder.  Everything from journals to sketchbooks, cards to gift wrap and MORE!  Included in this month’s box, you will receive a Giraffes Growth Chart (valued at $12) to help you keep track of your little one’s growth and development.

Giraffe Growth Chart

First Food Organics is a Canadian company that focuses on providing healthy, organic food for you baby.  They are excited to have recently launched a new line of organic infant cereals and toddler snacks.  They are proud to offer you healthy food for your baby and provide Organic Banana Munch Mix (value $3.99and a Organic Yogurt Yums sample in this month’s box.

John Masters Organics provides you a safe, eco-friendly hair and skin care product line.  The sample of Blood Orange Vanilla Body Wash (valued at $3) foams into a rich, creamy later that will remove dirt and oil all while leaving your skin feeling great!

In the box, you also receive a Little Eco Footprint newsletter with tips from the experts.  Little Eco Footprint has 4 experts who cover a variety of topics.

Little Eco Footprint newsletter

This month the experts talk about boosting breast milk production, 5 ways to get you feeling awesome (from a busy mom of 2), what is BPA and how you can avoid it, how to keep your pantry free of artificial dyes and flavors and tips on treating baby eczema.

Experts

GIVEAWAY MOMENT:

1 lucky Canadian Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Little Eco Footprint box!

To enter, leave me a blog post comment telling me which expert’s article you would be most excited to read.

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Comments

  1. I would like to read Angela Peter’s article.

  2. Dayna Wilson says:

    So excited for this giveaway… I’ve been debating signing up for littleecofootprint for a few weeks now, but I’m holding off until I see how we’re doing, financially, once my mat leave is up and I become an unpaid SAHM…all of the articles sound awesome, but I’m particularly interested in reading ” 5 ways to get you feeling awesome “… with the one on boosting breast milk production a close second.

  3. Haylie Langwald says:

    I’d love to read Natasha Bell’s article!

  4. Erica Ashmore – I love her practical advice & the products she recommends. I follow her blog religiously.

  5. Stephanie Moram

  6. So excited about this – would love to win a box!

  7. I think they all would be great but I would have pick Angela peters as I am trying to get fit and eat better too!

  8. candess phillips says:

    •Stephanie Moram is a Green Living Expert

  9. most excited to read •Amanda Robinson (naturalmommie.com) is a Green Living Expert

    yourstrulee(at)sasktel(dot)net

  10. Amanda Robinson would probably be most useful for us

  11. Teresa M. says:

    Erica Ashmore from the blog, ‘Everything Mom and Baby’ would be my choice. I am interested in skin care too.

  12. Beth Gallinger says:

    I’d like to read “what is BPA and how you can avoid it”

  13. Jennifer L. says:

    I’d be most interested to read articles by Natasha Bell.

  14. Ooh, good question. Either Stephanie Moram or Amanda Robinson for Green Living advice, or even Natasha Bell for related Lifestyle advice.

  15. Erica Ashmore – i still haven’t become very successful with girly in carrying her in her sling. and i like the blog already!

  16. Erica Ashmore. My baby has sensitive skin, so I love to read what she recommends.

  17. I think I’d enjoy…”Angela Peters (from http://www.hol-fit.com) is a Fitness & Holistic Nutrition Expert.”

  18. Stephanie or Amanda’s

  19. Marlene V. says:

    I would love to read articles by Amanda Robinson I want to live life in a more GREEN way!

  20. natasha bell

  21. My son has eczema so I would most like to read Erica Ashmore’s article on skin care.

  22. great prize

  23. tips on treating baby eczema.

  24. Catherine Cua says:

    The article about how to keep your pantry free of artificial dyes!

  25. I would like to read all of them but specifically Angela. I’m looking for new ways to eat healthy and get fit with baby number one on the way.

  26. SweetPanda says:

    I would love to read Erica Ashmore ‘s article

  27. Erica Ashmore

  28. Lori Lennox says:

    I love Natasha Bell’s article

  29. Excited to read Angela Peters article.

  30. Julie G. says:

    Stephanie Moram”s insight into green living would be very interesting to me.

  31. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Erica Ashmore would be my choice

  32. I’m interested in reading about BPA, and baby eczema.

  33. Silvana Cox says:

    Lots of good, basic advise

  34. Amanda Robinson

  35. Angela Mitchell says:

    I’d like to read the article about boosting milk production.

  36. Holly Messana says:

    i would like to read the natasha bell article

  37. I’d want to read Erica Ashmore’s article. I read her blog (along with most of the others!) and I like it :)

  38. sarah stickney says:

    Erica Ashmore

  39. I would love to read Erica Ashmore ‘s article!

  40. I’d like to read Natasha Bell.

  41. Erica Ashmore from Everything Mom and Baby!

  42. Erica Ashmore’s article sounds interesting to me!

  43. Lori Bazan says:

    Stephanie Moram so I can read up more on Green Living

  44. Hard to say because they are all informative, but I’ll go with Stephanie Moram.

  45. valerie godin says:

    love Natasha Bell’s article

  46. Stephanie Moram I”m always looking for more ways to be ‘green’. thanks

  47. Stephanie Moram

  48. I am most excited to read Stephanie Moram’s article

  49. andree plastre says:

    Erica Ashmore’s article!

  50. Stephanie Moram:) But they would all be interesting :)

  51. I’d most like to read about avoiding BPA and similar articles.

  52. I’d like to read about boosting milk supply, and anything by Erica Ashmore! I love babywearing!

  53. Maegan Morin says:

    I would really like to read that article about BPA!

  54. natasha severson says:

    I’d love to read Natasha Bell’s article please and thanks :)

  55. adina post says:

    I like to read Natasha Bell’s article

  56. Erica Ashmore

  57. Stephanie Moram

  58. Stephanie or Amanda

  59. julie_bolduc says:

    Natasha Bell’s article

  60. Erica Ashmore

  61. Tara Gauthier says:

    Amanda Robinson

  62. I would love the tips on feeling awesome – I’m a busy mom of two as well.

  63. The expert’s article I would be most excited to read is the Babywearing & Skincare.

  64. Natasha Bell

  65. stacey h says:

    i’d like to read tips on treating baby eczema

  66. Id like to read Stephanie Moram’s article

  67. Shara W says:

    Im interested in Ericas article. My girl has sensitive skin and we can always use more tips

  68. I’d like to read Erica Ashmore’s about Baby Eczema.

  69. stephen k says:

    Would like to read Angela Peters

  70. Tannis W says:

    Erica Ashmore from everything mom and baby

  71. Looking forward to Erica Ashmore’s skincare articles

  72. Amelie B. says:

    Erica Ashmore! As well as the article on how to boost your breast milk production :)

  73. Kimberly B says:

    I would be interested in reading “how to keep your pantry free of artificial dyes and flavors”

  74. Colleen at Forty Something Bride says:

    Avoiding BPA – we are trying to “clean up” our act around here. We have switched to glass reuseable containers, but are still using a little bit of plastic.

  75. Amanda Robinson’s, I love her blog.

  76. I would like to read articles written by Amanda Robinson about how I can live more “GREEN”

  77. Christy Martin says:

    I would like to read Erica Ashmore, anything with regards to skincare.

  78. Joce Lyne says:

    i think i want to read amanda robinson

  79. Natasha Bell :D

  80. I’d like to read something written by Erica Ashmore about babywearing

  81. Stephanie Moram

  82. Amanda Robinson

  83. I’m looking forward to all of them, but I choose Erica Ashmore, partially because she’s a former Winnipegger, partially because she’s just awesome! lol

  84. melissa finn says:

    Erica Ashmore. I adore her blog as I do yours!

  85. Natashia or amanda

  86. Unita Esau says:

    Natasha Bell

  87. Teri St.Thomas says:

    Angela Peters article

  88. Tara Knott says:

    Hard to pick just one, but I think 5 ways to get you feeling awesome would help me the most right now…thanx for the chance :)

  89. I am most excited to read Stephanie Moram’s article

  90. What is BPA and how to avoid it.

  91. Erica Ashmore

  92. brandi gauvin says:

    what is BPA and how you can avoid it

  93. Barbie Squires says:

    I’d be most interested to read articles by Natasha Bell.

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