St. Patrick’s Day Lucky 7 Keep It GREEN!

Are you keeping it green for St. Patrick’s Day?  Do you do a little something to keep it green everyday?

Dandelion- Earth Friendly Goods knows that being a parent is a challenging job.  They know this because they are a family owned business with products for families.  Caring about safe play things and products for not only our children today but their future includes caring about the earth.  Dandelion owners Craig and Amy work to help lessen the challenge of finding and affording such products one step at a time using innovative efforts such as corn plastics, creative use of organic and recycled materials, reduced waste packaging, reduced energy for production, all to create safe, fun, earth-friendly and affordable products!

Dandelion offers you peace of mind: products safer for baby, and safer for the planet. But did you know that Dandelion (and Re-Think It, Inc) is creating a Greener work place, too? While going All-the-Way-Green may seem challenging today, we have to begin somewhere! Re-Think It, Inc hopes to inspire others to Re-view… to Re-think how we live and work, and take the steps to do better!  Reducing energy usage, providing staff Reusable drinking containers, and utilizing Recycled paper products, are just the beginning.

The Leaky Boob Sponsor Dandelion- Earth Friendly Goods has  is offering up a fun giveaway just for readers of The Leaky Boob for St. Patrick’s Day.  All you have to do is follow the rainbow to the Dandelion Facebook page, leave a comment on their wall about how you Keep it Green and you’re entered for 1 of their “Keep it Green” canvas totes (1 entry per person please) handy for holding your pot of gold.  That’s it!  This giveaway is open just until midnight Pacific time, March 17th, 2011.  Good luck!



  1. Awesome!

  2. We cloth diaper, recycle, repurpose, and reuse whatever we can. I clean with vinegar and TTO, dr. Bronners, and grow veggies in the back yard. Hubby composes our yard clippings.

  3. Ugh. Read that wrong. Lollerskates!

  4. Christine fisher says

    We use cloth diapers, wipes, and un paper towel. We harvest rain to save on water. Recycle/reuse everything.

  5. lovin that bag! great giveaway!

  6. barbara conrad says

    We recycle, use cloth diapers, have a rain bucket, compost our leftovers in a compost barrel and use it for the garden, use only earth friendly cleaning products and we don’t flush the toilet unless it’s mandatory….we call it the “save a flush” system. We use cloth bags for groceries and if we forget them we use paper bags from the store and either return them to be recycled or turn them into really cool envelopes…..I could go on and on…..and on……

  7. christine Prillwitz-Huber says

    We use cloth diapers!! And love it!

  8. We use cloth diapers, cloth grocery bags, cloth lunch bags, reuse glass jars and bottles for homemade foods and condiments, make our own detergents and cleaners out of food safe ingredients, recycle, dress in hand me down or consigned clothing, use public transportation and shop for locally grown or raised produce/eggs/milk/meat. Love the bag, hope I win!

  9. We’ve had one car since 1998 – and we’re a family of 5 (my mother-in-law is one of the 5 – and she has her own wheels). I can’t believe we have managed like this – but I often don’t think about it. We use public transportation a lot and my job give me an eco-pass (bus pass).

  10. Well I run a Green Mommy Blog and live everyday trying to help other moms try to keep it green.