Nurturing Life Motherlove Giveaway

Happy Earth Day!


For the last 20 years, Motherlove has created herbal care products to help women discover the bond between motherhood and mother earth.  With a specific focus on pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, and babies, Motherlove strives to use ingredients that come straight from the earth.  Their support of organic farming, sustainable practices, and their use of all-recycled materials for their office and product packaging, are a testament to their dedication to caring for our earth, for the benefit of mothers everywhere.  And if that weren’t enough, they also manage a 120 acre farm, called the Legacy Organic Farm, in Colorado, where they are growing many of the herbs they use in their products.

Welcome to Our Legacy Farm

To help celebrate Earth Day 2014, Motherlove is sponsoring a giveaway here on TLB, but first, here are some pics of some of the cuteness that’s happening at their farm, where Motherlove staff is hanging out today:

baby pigs nursing

nursing piglet

To read more about their day on the farm, check out today’s entry on the Motherlove blog!


Motherlove is giving away a Nurturing Life Giftbox, celebrating new motherhood, to 1 lucky winner.

Each Nurturing Life Giftbox has a Retail value $59.95 and includes:

– pregnant belly salve

– nipple cream

– birth & baby oil

– sitz bath spray

– diaper rash & thrush

– environmentally responsible Motherlove tote bag

Currently Leakies can find these and other great pregnancy and nursing products on the Motherlove website and in some local retail stores and boutiques.


Good luck to everyone!  Please use the widget below to be entered, and check out for more products related to fertility, pregnancy, and nursing .  The giveaway is open from April 22, 2014 through April 29, 2014.  A big thanks to Motherlove for their ongoing support of TLB and all breastfeeding women, please be sure to visit their Facebook page  or follow them on twitter (@motherloveherb on Twitter) and thank them for their support of TLB and this giveaway opportunity.

This giveaway is open to US entries only.

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  1. Jessica Trunk says

    We honor Earth Day everyday by using cloth diapers, cloth wipes, mama cloth, and recycling. Most of my kiddo’s clothes are hand me downs from other people as well.

  2. Melissa Maldonado says

    Having my first daughter definitely made me more aware of how we are treating our Earth! They have to live here long after we’re gone so let’s keep it beautiful!

  3. Marie berlongieri says

    We recycle

  4. I recycle what I can and cloth diaper part-time (husband isn’t a fan, so I use them when he’s not home).

  5. Angela Haist says

    We honor earth day everyday by walking instead of driving to nearby places, reusing a stainless steel water bottle instead of plastic bottles, and recycling at home.

  6. Michelle B. says

    I’ve been an environmentally sound person since I can remember! As a kid I made my own lunch bag out of duct tape and used it all through highschool…haha. Now I hope to pass my passion onto my son..he’s just 2 and knows how to sort the recycling 🙂 we all need to do our small part.

  7. Miranda Ward says

    We recycle and reuse. I also use less electricity than normal thanks to solar panels

  8. We cloth diaper and use mama cloth to reduce waste.

  9. We recycle, pick up trash, cloth diaper, upcycle, repurpose whenever possibile!

  10. Jessica Hughes says

    We use cloth diapers and wipes, as well as unpaper towels. We also don’t buy disposable silverware, plates, or napkins.

  11. I try to honor the Earth by reducing waste and recycling.

  12. Use cloth diapers and wipes, recycle and be aware of our impact in our actions

  13. Katie Gilmore says

    We try to live as green as possible. We use cloth instead of disposable wherever possible, compost, garden, recycle and use minimal electricity.

  14. Jennie Cadotte says

    We honor Earth Day every day by using cloth diapers, reusable wipes, reusable feminine hygiene products, recycling, avoiding paper plates/cups/plastic silverware, walking/riding bikes as much as possible and driving environmentally friendly cars.

  15. Regina Campbell says

    I’m currently nursing my 5 day old. Love the Mothrrlove products!

  16. We try to live fairly simply and buy as few new items as possible. We recycle, anything that can be reusable is (cloth grocery bags, cloth diapers, Diva cup, family cloth, cloth napkins), and try to keep our food purchases as local as possible (yay summer farmer’s markets!).

  17. We recycle, use stainless steel water bottles, cloth grocery bags, among other things–taking care of the Earth is very, very important to us!

  18. We recycle and garden… Tried cloth diapers but couldn’t find the right ones for my daughter…

  19. Christine C says

    We recycle as much as we can and have our own garden. We also cloth diaper

  20. We use cloth diapers for our boys and I use a menstrual cup.

  21. I bring my own cup to work. It is a small change. But it is less disposable cups that are being used.

  22. By eating as locally as possible and respecting what is available seasonally.

  23. Tonja Honsey says

    I limit vehicle use. Make laundry & personal products. Plan on using cloth diapers & wipes for my baby due in 4 weeks

  24. Amy Gallagher says

    Cloth diapers! Love the fluffy butt. 🙂

  25. We recycle everything down to toilet paper tubes (yes the toilet paper kind of cancels that out but you do what you can!). We also use cloth diapers part-time.

  26. Ashley Barrett says

    Using cloth diapers and as many reusable things as I can.

  27. Anne Perry says

    we have a garden, a worm compost and an aquaponics system. We use cloth diapers and breast feed.

  28. I’m starting cloth diapering when my baby gets here in 2 weeks!

  29. We recycle, buy second hand clothes, and use energy efficient lighting.

  30. We cloth diaper and recycle!

  31. Joanna R. says

    We recycle and try to conserve water and energy.

  32. Rebecca T says

    We spend as much time as possible outdoors appreciating and enjoying our earth. We try to tread lightly by bringing our own shopping bags and takeout containers and minimizing disposables. We use cloth diapers as well.

  33. I use cloth diapers and recycle!

  34. I breastfeed, try to make more earth friendly meals, and garden


    i try to reduce as much plastic and waste as possible. i use reusable snack bags instead of using ziplock bags, and i use glass water bottles, instead of buying bottled water. etc.

  36. We recycle, use cloth diapers, energy efficient light bulbs, compost, hand-me-down clothes for our 3 kids, have a small garden and we buy local as much as possible.

  37. Rachel Rich-Shea says

    We recycle and buy local, organic food when we can! I also minimize chemicals in the house (cleaning and personal care products).

  38. Stephanie C says

    We eat vegetarian, organic food, and avoid plastics

  39. Pierre Mosbey says

    i help reduce waste on an everyday basis by limiting the amount of plastic i use, and purchase. i try to purchase items in glass containers that way i can reuse them. i use reusable shopping bags and i use Tupperware instead of ziplock bags.

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