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Green Your Summer Giveaway Hop {feat. Buttons Diapers}

Welcome to the Green Your Summer Event. The Blogging Mamas Network has come together with like-minded bloggers to make sure your grass isn’t all that is green this Summer!

This year I have something I am truly happy to see you win: a $25 gift card to Buttons Diapers!

#GreenYourSummer with Buttons Cloth Diapers

Button’s Diapers are an easy snap system of cloth meant to simplify your life while you focus on raising a healthier, happier family. I had the pleasure of adding the AI2 diapers to my son’s stash earlier this year as part of my Ultimate Baby Shower Gift Guide. We’ve since added to our collection and although my husband is spoiled by pockets, mommy LOVES reaching for Buttons for simple all-day wear with minimal laundry.

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And that logo… talk about adorable!

You can read my review and learn more about my experience here.

Good luck!

The winners have been chosen for this event. Thank you for participating!

 

Discalimer: So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Green Your Summer participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

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Comments

  1. My family and I just switched to cloth napkins. I had a bunch of t-shirts leftover from making a t-shirt quilt. I used the extra to make napkins.

  2. We finally were able to reap the benefits of our compost pile this spring and we’ve adopted, or she adopted us more or less, a duck, Miss Granger, to keep the slugs off our tomatoes. They’re not as big changes as we’ve made in the past, but we’re satisfied with them.

  3. Brandi S says:

    My family just started using all natural sunscreen this summer! We also may be using cloth swim diapers.

  4. Brenda P says:

    I’m really excited to experiment with prefolds inside the covers. I love that the inserts snap in though to hold them in place so we’ll see how those prefolds go.

  5. Brenda P says:

    In addition to cloth diapering, I am going to try to make my own cloth wipes from things we already own! We are going to green our summer by repurposing whatever we can in our house!

  6. I am expecting baby #6 in a few weeks and plan to take a few ‘extra’ weeks of off work this summer with my kids before the baby comes. I have 5 children, ages 7, 5, 5, 3, and 1, all currently enrolled in summer day camp (my 7-year old) or daycare (which only allows disposable diapers – ugh.) My 1-year old is approaching potty-training age. I purchased a few cloth potty training covers for her and can’t wait to begin potty training her this summer without using any pull-ups! I already use the cloth potty training covers on her in the pool so I don’t have to use any disposable swim diapers.
    I also just bought a composter from costco for all my food scraps. I can’t wait to use the compost in my garden!

  7. Monica Kyarsgaard says:

    My family also uses cloth napkins, and we absolutely love them! So much cheaper and they never rip. We are also moving towards using environmental friendly cleaning products as well.

  8. Claire Rheinheimer says:

    I already cloth diaper my daughter, and just switched to cloth with my son, as well as cloth wipes. We also use our own grocery bags.

  9. Amanda S. says:

    We are already cloth diapering, but I am looking into cloth wipes! We also plan on trying to not use the air conditioning as much this summer. It is so hard because it is so very hot, but that just means more pool time!

  10. Juliette says:

    I am using a clothesline this summer and will start cloth diapering upon my baby’s arrival in August!

  11. We’re going to have a baby and we plan on Cloth diapering from day one with this one. I also made reusable nursing pads.

  12. Diane Cooper says:

    The thing I most like about Buttons Diapers is the two part easy snap and go system.

  13. Mia Hicks says:

    My baby is due in a few weeks and I am planning on not only cloth diapering but I am already trying to start using the clothes line more, instead of the dryer. More

  14. Sarah Hayes says:

    i want to go to more reusable products like more glass and less plastic

  15. Rebekah H. says:

    This summer, we’ve gone back to using cloth wipes 100% of the time (during the school year, I sometimes get overwhelmed and dig into my son’s day care disposable wipes), and we’ve been taking our own totes to the grocery with us rather than using their plastic.

  16. Jessica O says:

    I had a baby 11 days ago and we are using cloth diapers, just potty trained my 2 1//2 yr old too so i am NOT having to wash double the diapers! 🙂

  17. Chris Brown says:

    I compost, recycle everything recyclable and use reuseable bags for grocery shopping. I want to start using cloth diapers and after reading other comments think the cloth napkin is a great idea since I live with MESSY MARVIN.

  18. Kylie M. says:

    Our family plans on using cloth diapers for a baby girl that will be here in a few weeks, keeping all those disposable diapers out of landfills!

  19. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    I plan to green my summer by using cloth swim diapers!

  20. I love that they have double gussets!!

  21. We plan to green our summer by making our own chemical-free cleaners! 🙂

  22. Aurora P says:

    I plan to green my summer by using cloth swim diapers,using cloth napkins & introducing organic fruits!

  23. Aurora P says:

    I like thai is one size cover, that has day & night inserts because you don’t have to buy both options and the button in the back looks so cute!

  24. Tannis W says:

    We are greening our summer by using cloth diapers and hanging them to dry. We also are composting and growing our own veggies.

  25. Lara Clinton says:

    I plan on greening my summer by growing more herbs and produce at home! I’m off to a good start!

  26. I am greening my summer by hanging all our laundry out to dry, I re-use grey water, replant veggies such as organic onions, celery, and I am growing a container garden since I am in the city. I am also canning mulberries, peaches, and tomatoes later when they come in

  27. Jodi Armstrong says:

    I have a garden & a compost garden (every year i get surprise plants that grow in my compost), i don’t have a lawn & try to line-dry my clothes year-round- but especially in the summer sun! I’ve also been trying to regrow celery & onions.. so far the celery seems to be resprouting 🙂

  28. Hannah Avery says:

    I mostly use cloth diapers and wipes. I want to buy some essential oils pretty soon, and start diffusing them in my new house, as well as making cleaners and wipe solution with them.

  29. Elaine Buonsante says:

    This summer we are using rain water to keep our garden and lawn green. We live in a rain forest area so there is an abundance of water to collect.

  30. i want to ty an reusable products like more glass and less plastic and use eco friendly cleaning stuff more

  31. Jay Dee says:

    I plan to green my summer by switching from disposable to cloth diapers. We are on day 2 right now!

  32. I plan on going green by using cloth diapers and wipes and bringing my own bag when I go shopping!

  33. Stacy F. says:

    We already recycle, garden, cloth diaper, cloth napkin, etc. BUT this summer my goal is to switch to ALL reusable snack bags unless it’s going in the freezer. 🙂

  34. Amy Jarrell says:

    I’m greening my summer by using our cloth diapers and wipes, hanging laundry, recycling, and having my own garden!

  35. Rebecca T says:

    I’m greening my summer by hanging my laundry to dry, walking to the store, and taking reusable shopping bags.

  36. I am greening my summer by switching to using cloth wipes along with my cloth diapers.

  37. Liz Downes says:

    line dry diapers as much as possible

  38. I am greening my summer by composting and using that in the garden and hanging up all my laundry outside to dry.

  39. Jennifer says:

    I’m trying to reduce our garbage out put by feeding scraps to our chickens and ducks. So far they seem to appreciate it!

  40. We are green always but sometimes I think of a new way and I think the new baby we will try cloth swim diapers.

  41. Rachel R. says:

    I plan to set up a clothesline so I can line dry my cloth diapers outside.

  42. We usually have two big summer parties every year, one around our anniversary (July 6th) and one for my husband’s birthday in August. We plan on ditching disposables and are going to use our own plates, cups, and silverware for serving and eating.

  43. We are trying to grow as much of our own food as we can. What we can’t grow we try to buy locally and can or freeze.

  44. Vicki Hall says:

    We plan to use reusable items and recycle .

  45. amanda w says:

    We are trying to introduce more green things to our home. My husband was raised to not care – his parents still don’t recycle. I’m working on it more with him, and both he and his parents are going to be using cloth diapers and wipes with our little one!

  46. Now that we are finally getting a hang of this whole baby in the house thing, we’re working to eliminate harsh chemicals and unnecessary medication as much as possible. We’ve switched to using more natural cleaning solutions and have treated minor aches/pains/issues with essential oils. So far, we love it!

  47. jenn huey says:

    I have used all natural ways to treat my garden and pest control

  48. Ashley Despain says:

    I’m making the switch to go to cloth wipes full time.

  49. Tracy Dennison says:

    My mom lives kind of out from town, and people tend to throw stuff out of their cars there more. So we help her weekly collect trash and cans. Last year, they got enough $$ from cans to pay for a week of day camp!

  50. Jahcinda Jordan says:

    I plan to use reusable swim diapers and try to go cloth diaper full time

  51. carol johnson says:

    I will hang out the clothes to dry on the clothesline.

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