How do you teach your children to be earth friendly?
Because Evan is now 2-years-old, and able to really begin to understand more about the complexities of the world we live in, my husband and I have been making the effort to teach him about the importance of taking care of planet earth.
We do this by turning everyday scenarios into teaching moments. For instance, this week while exploring in our back yard, my husband talked with Evan about litter, and why it is important never to throw any trash on the ground, or in our beautiful stream.
Kara, of course, is too little to understand such deep topics, but it doesn’t mean she can’t do her part!
This week we’ve been using Seventh Generation’s Free and Clear Diapers! I always expect the worst when trying a new diaper brand, but I have to say, the Seventh Generation diapers are pretty nice, and not all that different from our from our go-to diapers.
Seventh Generations diapers now have an improved environmental footprint thanks to more absorbent cores that use less-processed, chlorine-free wood pulp.
I actually really loved the fact that I didn’t smell a lot of chemicals in these diapers, like I can with Kara’s regular diapers!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Seventh Generation. The opinions and text are all mine.