Happy Bloggiversary to Me… let’s get to 5000 Facebook Fans! #winallthediapers

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Unbelievably, it has now been a year since I first purchased my MamanLoupsDen domain and started blogging “for real.” I am so proud and grateful for the support I have received from all of my readers, generous sponsors and vendors and amazing bloggeagues (blogging colleagues… Oxford Dictionary 2015, here I come!). Continue reading

2014 #madeinCanadaBaby Giveaway: The Most Canadian-est Giveaway, Eh! #winallthegoodies #winallthediapers

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Welcome to the Made in Canada Baby (#madeincanadababy) Event, hosted by Canadian cloth diaper bloggers Thinking About Cloth Diapers and Maman Loup’s Den. This event runs from June 22th to July 6th, with daily entries and a special bonus for Canada Day (July 1st)!

Made in Canada Baby Gear Giveaway 2014 #madeincanadababy

 

Oh, Canada!

This event will showcase the wonderful works of many cloth diaper makers and other family-owned Canadian businesses from right across Canada. Discover brand new brands and revisit old favorites as you scroll through our list of wonderful sponsors.

More than 35 sponsors have come together in this massive giveaway to help us bring you close to $1,500 in prizes! We will be offering 3 wonderful truly Canadian prize packages, each with a value just under $500, as shown below. Each package contains a beautiful array of Canadian-made baby products for the little one(s) in your life! Many of the items are from brands that seldom participate in giveaways, so you definitely don’t want to miss this rare chance to win them! Continue reading

Unacceptable Levels Documentary Review: learn. think. act.

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Everyone approaches the topic of invisible (and sometimes all-too-visible) toxins in our day-to-day lives from a different standpoint. I started learning about toxins in cosmetic products, household products and the food chain within the past decade, and it has taken me until now to implement the myriad changes in my lifestyle that led me to volunteering as a David Suzuki Queen of Green Coach this year. Continue reading