Feb 22, 2012

Seventh Generation "Lorax Approved" Giveaway

There is a new arrival of products from Seventh Generation that are gentle on your baby or toddler, safe for the planet, convenient and most importantly, "Lorax approved"! In partnership with Universal Studios’ motion picture debut of Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax* also known as the “Speaker for the Trees” who brings environmental truth and ecological hope to all, Seventh Generation will feature limited edition Lorax prints on all their diapers and training pants. These prints are intended to remind parents and caregivers of the lessons of The Lorax, and encourage family reading and environmental awareness while creating a few smiles.

The Seventh Generation family of Free & Clear baby products continues to deliver on your needs as it expands in March, with the addition of NEW Overnight Diapers. Moreover, Free & Clear diapers have been redesigned with new, improved tabs for better fit while Free & Clear training pants now have an absorbent core that is made with more renewable materials.

As a MyBlogSpark member, I received a prize pack containing a pack of  Seventh Generation Free & Clear Training pants and a copy of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax storybook. These training pants are so cute and are free of chlorine processing, free of fragrances and latex and are also very absorbent. We still use training pants for our son at night so these are great! William is completely into all things The Lorax so he is enjoying the cute designs. Starting March 2, you can register for a free The Lorax scrapbook with the purchase of any three Free & Clear diaper products, until supplies last
We are LOVING our copy of the book The Lorax as well. I read it to my son last night and he was completely drawn into the story. He has been convincing his big sisters to read it too him too. I love that the book is printed on recycled paper.  The Lorax storybook is a fun way to teach our little ones how important our planet earth is.

How would you like to win a Seventh Generation Diaper Product and a copy of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax storybook? One lucky Momfiles reader will win this cute prize pack. Just enter in the Rafflecopter widget below:
a Rafflecopter giveaway

This contest is open to US Residents only and will end on March 9, 2012 at 12:00 AM EST. Please leave your email address in your comment if you do not have a Blogger profile. One winner will be chosen at random. Failure to follow the rules will disqualify your entries. Momfiles is not responsible for any lost or stolen prizes. Good luck!

Disclosure: The Seventh Generation Diapers prize pack, product and information have been provided by Seventh Generation through MyBlogSpark.

Shelly, Mom Files


  1. I'd like to try their wipes and chlorine free diapers
    donnyandshelly at yahoo dot com

  2. i would love to try their baby wipes!

  3. i'd most like to try the baby wipes
    sarah at realtorsd.com

  4. I'd like to try the wipes.

    jenny_anwar at yahoo.com

  5. Free & Clear
    Training Pants
    Teh Doll

  6. I would love to try their baby wipes

  7. Free & Clear Training Pants!

    doodle741 at satx.rr.com

  8. I would try the wipes and the baby detergent (livivua chandler)

  9. the free and clear wipes!

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

  10. I would love to try their Stage 1 diapers with my baby girl
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

  11. Free & Clear
    Overnight Diapers!

  12. I would love to try the overnight diapers.

    prettyinpinkwife @ aol dot com

  13. I'd like to try the free & clear wipes and the overnight diapers on my daughter.
    kirbycolby at gmail dot com

  14. Most excited to try the overnights


  15. Laura Jacobson3/02/2012 12:47 AM

    I would love to try the Free and clear diapers and wipes.
    landfjacobson @ charter.net

  16. The overnight diapers


  17. Jennifer Rogers3/03/2012 4:26 PM

    Free and Clear for toddlers!

  18. The baby wipes would be perfect for my grandbaby.

  19. I'd like to try the free and clear wipes
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