Green Family Giveaway Event {Valued at $120+}


Welcome to the Green Family event hosted by Formula Mom and Glow Bug! This event will run from September 15th through the 30th. Each participating blog features at least one prize package valued at $20 or more. This event will cover everything from mom to baby and it's all eco-friendly!

The Simmworks Family Blog is giving away one prize package valued at over $140!!


The Lunette menstrual cup is a great way to go green during your time of the month. It's easy to use, compact, and environmentally friendly! Valued at $39.99, the Lunette cup not only reduces waste, it also will save you money!

For more information, read my review here.



The Willow Store carries natural feminine products, cloth diapers, and natural cleaning supplies! Enter to win a mama cloth mini kit from the Simmworks Family Blog valued at $56.95 and try out a greener side to your period. This kit includes:
  • 3 regular pads
  • 3 hemp panty liners
  • 1 anywhere bag
  • 1 reusable gift bag

See if mama cloth is right for you then add to your stash!

For more information, read my review here!


And because no package is complete until there's something for the little one, Mama's Emporium is allowing you to do a little shopping of your own in their store with a $25 gift card. From Piggy Paint to Rump-a-rooz cloth diapers, you can find a great selection of eco-friendly products to choose from!

For more information about Mama's Emporium, read my review here.


Your little one's tush can't look any cuter with a Delicious Applecheeks cloth diaper on! Not only is it super easy to use, it's super cute as well! Applecheeks is offering an cloth diaper to include in this amazing prize package valued at $19!

For more information about Applecheeks, read my review here. 


Grand Prize Cloth Diaper Stash

Glow Bug Cloth Diapers is the grand prize sponsor for the Green Family giveaway. One lucky reader will win a complete cloth diaper stash! The stash includes 24 cloth diapers with inserts featuring the newest prints! The winner will be able to choose from either a boy set or a girl set.

Enter the Grand Prize Giveaway!

Are you excited to enter? Simply fill out the rafflecopter form below for your chance to win! And don't forget to enter all of the other amazing giveaways on the other blogs linked up below. Good luck!

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Disclosure: Formula Mom, and the Green Family bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that fail to fulfill their prizes.

80 comment(s) with love:

Sara Wright said... Reply To This Comment

I am looking forward to my last year paying for preschool and my daughter will be going to Kindergarten NEXT fall!

Christine said... Reply To This Comment

Seeing how my 19mo grows from being around other little ones a few days a week :)

Sage said... Reply To This Comment

Getting back on a schedule! :)

Tosia Drew said... Reply To This Comment

My daughter is not yet ready for school but we go to a friends house often to play with her young daughter (also not in school yet) and I love being there when her older kids come home excited about what they did in school and tell me all about it. I love those days!!!

Justice Montgomery said... Reply To This Comment

Seeing my daughter be challenged and watching my son experience junior high!

Danielle said... Reply To This Comment

I look forward to straight A's

Linda said... Reply To This Comment

My son isn't old enough for school but I'm just looking forward to fall clothes and cooler weather.

Caroline said... Reply To This Comment

We buy organic foods. We recycle. We do not use wireless devices or cordless phones (due to RF radiation emissions). We garden. We use gentle products for cleaning. (Like vinegar or Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap.)

Lacey Crochet said... Reply To This Comment

We reduce, reuse, recycle. We use solar power energy. We conserve energy as much as we can. We cloth diaper!

Ashley Suzanne said... Reply To This Comment

We cloth diaper

Stephanie said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, buy thrift (reuse) and are working on things like no paper towels/or napkins.

Melanie Ski said... Reply To This Comment

homemade detergents, wool dryer balls or hang on the line, garden, recycle

Charlene said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, use cloth instead of paper towels, and re-use when possible.

Jess and the boys said... Reply To This Comment

We do lots of things to stay green, including cloth diapers, recycling, water conservation, etc :)

Jessica Schank Snow said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle and try to go paperless with bills and all.
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Laurie said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, garden, use cloth diapers, and mama cloth.

Kate Barnt said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, use cloth diapers and I use a menstrual cup, and I love to repurpose things that may have otherwise been thrown away!

Yesenia said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, we cloth diaper, I use mama cloth, we use unpaper towels and cloth napkins whenever possible, we use reusable bags for snacks and sandwiches
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mkibrick said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, use cloth diapers, use natural cleaning products, walk to the grocery store, and use cloth bags.

Sharon Lachendro said... Reply To This Comment

I try to stay green by using cloth diapers and wipes and I'm starting to clean with natural products rather than the chemical solutions.

J. Olson said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth diapers and wipes and try to recycle as much as possible!
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~Kelly said... Reply To This Comment

We will cloth diaper and recycle.

Sara Pearsall said... Reply To This Comment

It all started with using green bags in Hawaii for our groceries. Now we are very aware of what we purchase, reuse, and throw away. We also are getting really good at not using any lights in the house, unless it is absolutely necessary : ) Progress, especially considering how much we used to waste!!

Bekah Kuczenski said... Reply To This Comment

We cloth diaper, recycle, use dryer balls, etc.

Denise said... Reply To This Comment

I use the Diva Cup. We recycle and I've stopped using paper towels

Meg said... Reply To This Comment

Reduce, reuse, recycle! We cloth diaper, bike to work, compost, etc. I think we're pretty green, but there's always room for improvement!

Trista said... Reply To This Comment

We just jumped on the "green" bandwagon. I use cloth diapers and wipes, cloth napkins and papertowels, I also now make my own laundry soap and cleaners and I have started quite the collection of bottles/containers to use over again. :) Each day we do something else to help lead a "greener" lifestyle

Melinda Goossen said... Reply To This Comment

We cloth diaper part time, carpool when we can, and use reusable shopping bags.

Danielle said... Reply To This Comment

We use a few paper products as possible, recycle, reduce and re-use

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Christine M Tubbytelly said... Reply To This Comment

We compost and recycle and use cloth everything!

Karry said... Reply To This Comment

We use reusable bags for groceries

MissMannah said... Reply To This Comment

We stay green by recycling!

Sarah Caudle said... Reply To This Comment

We stay green by recycling and planning to cloth diaper our bundle of joy when he arrives.

Amanda @ Natural Living Mamma said... Reply To This Comment

We make our own body care products!~

Mena said... Reply To This Comment

Hope it's internacional cause I already entered it ;)

Sarah J. said... Reply To This Comment

We have an awesome single stream recycling program. We compost and garden. My boys are cloth diapered (exclusively for 4+ yrs!). I recently started using mama feminine products. My boys get hand-me-downs and I shop garage sales and thrift stores before buying new. We just got a car that gets MUCH better gas mileage than our old SUV and our truck. I have started making most of our cleaning products.

Haute Mommy said... Reply To This Comment

We cloth diaper & try to avoid as many disposable products as possible. We also recycle & make our own cleaning products.

lace said... Reply To This Comment

Our family uses reusable stainless steel water bottles, cloth napkins, bike when we can, and grow an organic garden.

Margaux at YoungNesters said... Reply To This Comment

We cloth diaper, line dry, and make our own natural cleaners (among other things!) to stay green.

LeettleBaby said... Reply To This Comment

Both of out children are cloth diapered, we use cloth wipes (only on the little ones), we use unpaper towels, cloth grocery bags, recycle, and I use ma ma cloth.

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

We use re-usable grocery bags, recycle, and I use a menstrual cup.

mammi_of_2 said... Reply To This Comment

we cloth diaper my lo and we reuse gocrey bags
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Heather W. said... Reply To This Comment

We use reusable over disposable products, and natural cleaners.

Sarah Hull said... Reply To This Comment

We use eco-friendly cleaners or I make my own, we joined a CSA this year, we use re-usable containers and water bottles and I cloth diapered my son, when he wore them, and am now getting ready to cloth diaper baby #2 in November!

Lindsey said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, use cloth diapers, and use public transportation.

judi said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth napkins, re-usable rags instead of paper towels and part time cloth diaper.

Linda Lang said... Reply To This Comment

We cloth diaper!

Menucha said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, and try to learn about more earth-friendly options in day-to-day living.

Nikki Hurtsellers said... Reply To This Comment

We stay green by recycling and reusing, making our own cleaning products, and, when baby arrives in just 2 weeks, using cloth diapers!

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

We stay green by cloth diapering, and upcycling. - Carrie

Shannon said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth diapers and have a water cooler so we don't use so many water bottles. We try to use dishclothes instead of paper towels.

Sus Vandi said... Reply To This Comment

using cloth diapers and recycling

evolker said... Reply To This Comment

Cloth diapering, castile soaps, coconut oil for lotion, make our own laundry soap, switching to mama cloth

emmerswee said... Reply To This Comment

Our family is eco family by trying to recycle as often as possible and we use natural more often than not.

Tiffany Winner said... Reply To This Comment

we try not to buy plastic packaging

Jesllee said... Reply To This Comment

We make our own cleaners, recycle, I use mama cloth, plan to cloth diaper and compost.

Housewife Mama said... Reply To This Comment

cloth diapers, unpapaper towels, cloth napkins, recycling, etc!

Beth R said... Reply To This Comment

we do cloth diapers, compost, recycle, repurpose, etc

Amanda said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle as much as we can, use reusable bags, cloth diaper, etc.
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Sweet Ruthie said... Reply To This Comment

My family and I have been making to switch to being green, so far we compost, we use reusable bags, reusable grocery bags, we recycle, we have stopped using paper towels, I make my own house cleaners, we have switched to the no 'poo hair washing method, castile soap, i make my own laundry and dishwasher detergent. We also plan our outings to save on gas etc...

Kate said... Reply To This Comment

Cloth diapering, breastfeeding, organic CSA....the list goes on! :)

jennifer said... Reply To This Comment

cloth diapering, cloth wipes, breastfeeding, and unpaper towels!

Stacy said... Reply To This Comment

We reuse what we can, reduce what we bring into the house, and recycle everything else.

Aline Grigorian said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle and reuse as much as we can!

Sara said... Reply To This Comment

Our family is going green! I make all of our cleaning supplies, we recycle, try to only use natural products and we're switching to cloth diapers!!!

Luz said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle and swap clothes with other families, use rags instead of paper towels to clean.

Myra Rzepa said... Reply To This Comment

we try to recycle the most we can and we also try to keep lights on at a minimum and electronics and we do little things here and there.

Deedra said... Reply To This Comment

Using natural products when we can!

Geri Fink said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth diapers and wipes. We are trying to use less paper products around the house and we recycle.

Amanda @ Natural Living Mamma said... Reply To This Comment

I would love it if you would share your giveaway on my Natural Living Deals and Giveaways blog hop!

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Amanda @ Natural Living Mamma said... Reply To This Comment

I already entered but I wanted to invite you to link up to my Natural Living Giveaway Linky Party!

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Flora Foster said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth diapers, line-dry our laundry, use reusable shopping bags, recycle, and buy locally as much as we can.

Ruth V. said... Reply To This Comment

We recycle, use cloth diapers, and use filters & reuseable water bottles instead of plastic.

Holly (Woman Tribune) said... Reply To This Comment

We stay green by using rags for cleaning, cloths, and linen napkins instead of paper towels and napkins.

Alisha L. said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth diapers and recycle!

Sadie said... Reply To This Comment

we are green with recycling

Britney said... Reply To This Comment

We cloth diaper, line dry laundry, handwash dishes instead of using a dishwasher, don't run our ac or central heat much. During the winter we have a couple of amish fireplace heaters & they don't use as much electricity. No paper towels!! That's been our newest conversion. :)

The Secret Life of a SAHM said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth diapers, unpaper products and eco friendly stuff. We recycle;-)

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Dani Sue said... Reply To This Comment

We use cloth diapers, cloth wipes, we walk a lot of places instead of driving, we try to find new uses for cardboard, cloth scraps, and other items.

Elizabeth B said... Reply To This Comment

I make a lot of my own detergent and cleaning supplies. Plus we use cloth diapers and recycle. Thinking about replacing paper towels and napkins!