As you may recall, I hosted a Healthy Baby Home Party last year via Facebook. We had a great attendance and a TON of prizes. Want to host your own?! Here is what it is all about!
What is a Healthy Baby Home Party?
Seventh Generation’s home parties are powered by people like you who are focused on creating a healthy environment for the next generation. Developed with input from non-profit partner, Healthy Child Healthy World, they are a great way to get together with friends, share helpful information, and make an impact!
Healthy Baby Home Party kits are provided to all selected hosts and are filled with educational info about our environment, helpful tips, a fun game, and samples and coupons from Seventh Generation and other favorite family-friendly brands like bobble, American Meadows and Zarbee’s Naturals
What is the Application Process?
- Sign up atgenerationgood.net to join the Generation Good community, or log in if already a member.
- Accept the Healthy Baby Home Party Application offer on your Generation Good dashboard and complete the application.
- Applicants will be notified by mid-June if they have been selected to host a party, via an email to the email address assigned to their Generation Good member profile.
- All selected applicants will then need to confirm their participation by accepting the Healthy Baby Home Party Mission in Generation Good and confirming their shipping address.
- Hosting spots are open to US residents only at this time. Canadian parties are planned for later in 2016!
- Full terms and conditions are available within Generation Good in the “Healthy Baby Home Party Application” offer.
So why not apply? It is a lot of fun plus you will be helping to get the word out about toxins in our everyday lives that we can minimize for a healthier home for you, and a healthier home for baby!
x. earnest mom
Seriously, the safe amount of alcohol consumption during pregnancy at any stage is ZERO.
Ok – so recently I had a friend tell me her sister’s doctor told her that to help her relax after an amniocentesis test, she could safely enjoy a glass of wine. I am here to clear the air (backed up by a lot of research done by accredited organizations) NO amount of alcohol is safe during pregnancy, ever. This post is intended to be short and to the point.
According to the CDC:
“There is no known amount of alcohol that is safe to drink during pregnancy or when trying to get pregnant. All drinks that contain alcohol, including wine and beer, can harm an unborn baby. There is no safe time to drink alcohol during pregnancy. Alcohol can harm a baby at any time during pregnancy. So, to prevent FASDs, a woman should not drink alcohol while she is pregnant, or even when she might get pregnant. This is because a woman could get pregnant and not know it for up to 4 to 6 weeks. In the United States, nearly half of all pregnancies are unplanned.”
The CDC, The March of Dimes, The National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and The American Academy of Pediatrics all agree that the risk is simply too great, one drink that contains alcohol can greatly affect an unborn child at any stage of pregnancy.
If you are pregnant, planning on getting pregnant or even have a slight risk of getting pregnant, I earnestly implore please pass the glass and choose a non-alcoholic beverage for the next nine months. Check out the links below that give further research, warnings and information about alcohol consumption during pregnancy. Stay informed. Stay safe.
x. earnest mom.
March of Dimes – Alcohol During Pregnancy
NOFAS Light Drinking During Pregnancy
CDC – Alcohol Use During Pregnancy
AAP – No Amount of Alcohol During Pregnancy is Safe
La Petite Crème is a diaper changing “game changer” for me. As a mom who mainly cloth diapers, using cloth wipes was a very easy transition. What was not so easy for me was finding a solution (other than plain water) to wipe my earnest babe’s derriere when needed. Most of the solutions that I had concocted my self or purchased from other mama-makers often seemed to not last long enough. They tended to develop an “old” smell after a few days. I was so happy to have stumbled across La Petite Crème which helped to solve this problem for me.
This French inspired, chemical free diapering lotion truly is easy to use, easy to transport and easy recommend to any mama out there, cloth or disposable diapers do not matter because this product can be used with dry cloth or disposable wipes – your choice!
How does it work? Squeeze a small amount of La Petite Crème on to a cloth or disposable cotton pad or whatever wipe works for you, and simply use to wipe clean the diaper area. No rinsing required! It is that easy, not rinsing allows a clear protective film to remain on baby’s sensitive skin. This diapering lotion is cloth diaper safe, fragrance fee and hypoallergenic while naturally cleansing and disinfecting. Since it is chemical free, it only has six ingredients – water, olive oil, vegetable glycerin, beeswax, vitamin E and limestone. Best of all, I can pronounce all of them.
Learn more about La Petite Crème here. You should definitely give this mama-maker a try, moms supporting moms.