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Celebrate Mama! Festival - from babies to boys, i'm not buying so much...

I attended yesterday's "Celebrate Mama!" festival in Bethesda, Maryland as a representative of the Washington Parent Magazine table (i'm Editor at Large for the magazine). I have to say the vendors were an impressive bunch - lots of great, high-quality products and services. I was a bit moved by how much baby stuff there was - and the realization that my boys (3 and the other turning 7 on Friday) are somehow, suddenly, too old for me to buy them these things! Don't get me wrong - kid #3 is not… Continue

Added by Erin Mantz on May 4, 2008 at 9:13am — 1 Comment

Easier To Be An Eco-Friendly Mom

I always feel like I should be doing more to help/save the environment, but don't know where to start. If I log onto some environmental web sites, I get overwhelmed. Finally, a site just launched for moms who want to be more eco-friendly by starting with baby steps: www.GreenMomsCoastSide.com.



Green Moms have a tag line "Start Easy, Go Greener" and they really do make it easy. I can instantly take action when I see how they break out how to be good to the environment because they… Continue

Added by Erin Mantz on April 30, 2008 at 11:41am — 1 Comment

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