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Kiddley – New Website Launches

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

The talented and funny (and pregnant!) Claire Robertson of Loobylu.com fame has launched a fun new blog called Kiddley. Hurry over, they are talking about ‘making stuff out of recycled junk‘ — a topic near and dear to GreatGreenBaby’s recycled trash heart.

Organic Baby – http://organicbaby.co.nz

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

organicbaby.co.nz is a great resource if you are pregnant or planning a child. The site is filled with the information you need about organic baby food, baby gear, clothing, nappies and other natural parenting issues. The site also contains a comprehensive “where to shop” directory for suppliers all around New Zealand.
Organic Baby

REMINDER: October 15th is the Deadline

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Sign up for the very low-volume newsletter from GreatGreenBaby and you may be the one lucky winner chosen (name will be scientifically pulled out of a hat) at Midnight EST October 15, to be mailed a “proof” copy of the wonderful, informative, hopeful, and exhaustively researched book, The Complete Organic Pregnancy What you need to know–from the nail polish you wear to the bed you sleep in to the water you drink. (has great recipes, too!!)
Authors: Deirdre Dolan and Alexandra Zissu, released October 2006.

Winner will be announced on Monday!

Holiday Lights

Sunday, December 16th, 2012

Tis the season to be jolly! Last night I decorated the Christmas Tree. I think it came out great. We really struggled to get the tree straight in the stand. For some reason, no matter what we did, the tree was determined to lean one way or another. I finally tied it up with a piece of ribbon to a barbell on the floor. It doesn’t matter if the tree isn’t perfect or if the branches are a bit sparse, once the lights and the ornaments are put on the tree, it looks beautiful and festive. Texas energy companies provide service and power to customers that allow them to have their lights on their tree. One of my favorite ornaments is a glass globe. I purchased it a long time ago and I remember many past Christmases every time it is placed on the tree. I have several new ornaments from last year that are colorful and give the tree a more sophisticated look. I use two strings of colored lights and one string of plain white lights. Without electricity there are so many holiday traditions that we would have to live without. Just think about Christmas music, holiday baking, holiday shopping and parties would be impossible. Please enjoy your holiday festivities this year and be safe.

Great Green Baby is participating in Blog Action Day

Monday, October 15th, 2007

Bloggers Unite - Blog Action Day
Today’s earnings will be donated to The Nature Conservancy (www.nature.org)

One day a year we like to remind you (cause we forget too!):



2-4 Weeks


1-3 Months

Orange Peels

6 Months

Milk Carton

5 years

Plastic Bag

10-20 Years

Plastic Container

50-80 Years

Aluminum Can

80 Years

Tin Can

100 Years

Plastic Soda Bottle

450 Years

Glass Bottle

500 Years



I got these from: www.slocomhouse.com/recycling.html


Wednesday, September 27th, 2006

BabyGROE (Green, Recycled, Organic and Ethical) is a UK charity devoted to spreading the word of green and ethical parenting to the world!! The group produces a free magazine which is given to 500,000 women every year through their midwives which promotes breastfeeding, real nappies, organic and fairtrade goods. BabyGROE is a labour of love started by two first time mums in the UK, Lynoa Cochrane and Susan Oak.
Read the gossip, join the forums and get informed at BabyGROE

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