Posted by Jenn on 11/7/2015
Posted by Marissa Brown on 10/16/2012 to Wool
Posted by Marissa Brown on 10/9/2012 to Wool
One of the awesome things about Bumby is the fact that not only are they open pre-orders, so you can order something that will exactly work for your little one. Let's walk step by step through the ordering process and figure out what it all means together.
Posted by Marissa Brown on 10/2/2012 to Wool
Posted by Traci Robinson on 10/30/2011
Posted by Tami Nelson on 9/21/2011 to Eco-Friendly
Today at school, I helped a student with her homework. When she found out my name, the first thing she told me was "Oh! You're the one who cloth diapers your baby and cares about the environment." Well yes, I guess that would be me, but I didn't know it was so obvious! I asked her what she had been told and she responded that a coworker of mine mentioned that my lunches were zero-waste. I don't know if I'd go that far, but I definitely try to minimize my consumption, as well as that of my children. Packing a zero/low-waste lunch is easy- here's how!
Begin with a lunch box. It really doesn't matter which, but I love Japanese Bento Boxes. Bento boxes are great because it's basically a lunch box divided into little sections. This is perfect for portion control and to make sure that your little one gets a balanced lunch. You can fill the compartments with a main meal such as leftovers or a sandwich, as well as add fruit and cut up veggies. http://laptoplunches.com has some colorful bento-style lunchboxes for a reasonable price.
Reduce package waste. Here you can use what you have lying around the house, such as tupperware, or you can invest in some snack bags. http://www.lunchskins.com has some cute bags, but you could also make these yourself if you are crafty, or find a mama who can sew to do this for you. I had someone make me several sandwich wraps, and these are held together with velcro. They're cute and do the job. I also find my
Posted by Tami Nelson on 9/8/2011
Posted by Tami Nelson on 8/30/2011