Seventh Generation Free & Clear Diapers Giveaway

Prize: One winner will receive a package of Seventh Generation Free & Clear Diapers and a book copy of The Lorax.

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In partnership with Universal Studios’ motion picture debut of Dr. Seuss’ 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 our 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. Discover (or rediscover) Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax as you read about his legacy and messages of sustainability with your child, and inspire a new generation of environmentalists starting with your family!

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 and Clear training pants now have an absorbent core that is made with more renewable materials.

Be among the first to try these new products before they hit store shelves and rest assured that with every Seventh Generation purchase you’re helping to protect the planet for future generations!

– NEW Overnight Diapers are absorbent enough to keep your baby and bedding dry through the night or during prolonged travel.

– Free & Clear diapers have improved more flexible tabs that provide even better fit.

– Free & Clear training pants have an absorbent core made with more renewable, plant-based materials. They also feature stretchy, tear away side panels for a better fit and added convenience, as well as inner leak barriers for superior leakage protection.

– Seventh Generation Free & Clear baby care products do not contain chlorine, fragrance, petroleum-based lotions or latex, and all Free & Clear products are also hypo-allergenic.

– 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.

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

The giveaway will conclude on March 5th.

About Lesha

HilLesha O'Nan resides in Southern Indiana with her husband, two children, and a Maltese. She's a lifestyle and travel blogger that enjoys photography, flea markets, fashion, movies, natural wellness and living, vegetarian and vegan food, music, history, antiques, and interior decorating. She is also the founder of To the Motherhood, which will be rebranding as Chic Forte in Spring/Summer 2015; Fashion Fling, and The Beauty Counter.


  1. Keep telling her what a big girl she's getting to be

  2. We have a potty jars that has candy in it and everytime he uses the potty he gets a small piece of candy

  3. It seems that my kiddos potty trained when they were good and ready too. When I didn't push, they seemed to learn that much quicker – Jill

  4. Have small treat ready for a reward for going potty.

  5. It sometimes can help when they see a sibling or cousin using “big kid pants”. It helped my son potty train in a weekend after trying for months to get him to use the potty. He saw his cousins and wanted to be like them so he learned.

  6. I realized that after my first, kids will go when they want to. I couldn't make my daughter use the potty chair any quicker than she was ready to.

  7. I wish I had tips – we've just started and while my daughter loves to sit on the potty she doesn't go.

  8. I guess my only tip is patience.

  9. for me, it's definitely to reward when they do good!

  10. Never push them before they are ready because it may put them further behind in the end!

  11. We haven't started potty training yet, but I'm reading through the tips others have left!


  12. Start early and be consistent

  13. be patient! it's hard work!

    vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

  14. tip- every child is different so try not to ccompare your children as to when they were potty trained or compare your child w/ other kids. Patience is so important too!

    annae07 at aol dot com

  15. One tip is to put the chair out before you see any signs that they are ready.. that way at least they can ask questions, know what it's for, and maybe show an earlier interest in learning


  16. My tip is to bring in books and make it a fun experience.

  17. Best tip I received was to use stickers instead of food based rewards! Teaching kids healthy food habits and potty training at the same time.

  18. Don't push the little one to try and use a reward that the kid really want each time he/she did it

    sweetpanda2010 at gmail dot com

  19. My tip would be to wait to potty train until it seems like your child is ready – pushing seems to make much harder.
    lajohnson555 at yahoo dot com

  20. We had great success with the type of potty that you straddle, esp for boys!

  21. reward her for each time with a special treat for the day. Make it fun!

  22. My baby is only three months old, so I don't have any potty training tips (yet). :)
    kirbycolby at gmail dot com

  23. My baby is not ready for potty training yet, but I heard that you can put food coloring in the toilet to make it more fun when your child goes potty!

  24. Cloth training pants work so much better for potty training than diapers. To a toddler, pull ups feel no different than diapers and its much easier for them to understand when they need to pee when they are wearing underwear. Potty trained 3 kids and the messes are worth it!

  25. No potty training yet for us but its coming up soon!
    octoberthings at gmail dot com

  26. Don't Give up and always reward and never scold the accidents that WILL happen

  27. Keep telling her what a big girl she's getting to be :):)

  28. Don't push

  29. Encouragement and patience!!

  30. m and ms as a reward each time

  31. When they are ready it will happen. Don't rush and try often to keep them thinking about it.

  32. You cannot force a child to potty train. Their bodies will let YOU know when they are ready.

  33. small treats are always helpful… and other positive reinforcement!

    thanks so much for the chance to win!

  34. it will happen when it's supposed to – you can't rush things 😉

  35. just starting!

  36. When your kids become interested in their poop/pee – don't freak out!

    katherinedibello (at) gmail (dot) com

  37. The targets in the toiletbowl system seems to becoming more and more popular.

  38. Bribe the child with M&M's lol

    leenburke at yahoo dot com

  39. The trick that worked for us for no. 2 was to let him go naked!

  40. The trick that worked for us for no. 2 was to let him go naked!

  41. Laura Jacobson says:

    We are just going to be getting started, so I have no idea! I will have to read everyone elses comments here to get some good tips! I know my sister got the Potty Dance kit and said it really helped.
    landfjacobson @

  42. Praise a job well done! <3

  43. Try putting them on the potty at set intervals

    caryn9802 at yahoo dot com

  44. Lots of praises and bribes.


  45. Allway encourage them to use the potty!

  46. I haven't potty trained yet but I love the idea of jelly beans as potty treats.

  47. Anonymous says:

    Patience, patience, patience!

  48. says:

    We give out stickers and treats for a job well done.

  49. Anonymous says:

    My tip…..patience!!!

  50. We tried a doll that “wet”. It worked with one kid and not with another.
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  51. We tried a doll that “wet”. It worked with one kid and not with another.
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

  52. My son is still in diapers, but is getting ready to potty training! YAY!!!

  53. My baby's on the way, so I haven't done any potty training yet, but these tips are great!

  54. carol lewis says:

    Bribery! LOL And make it fun, into a game!
    spcale at yahoo dot com

  55. Be patient and make it fun, small rewards works for some children, I remember my brother was given a matchbox car back in the day for good performance.
    ziggyga athotmaildot com

  56. dont force the kid to go potty

  57. nikki thoresen says:

    a fun potty toilet and “big kid” undies!

  58. Don't push it. Kids sometimes aren't ready yet and it makes for a better experience if you wait until they are.

  59. Dont give up it is not easy!

  60. My only tip is to start when it can be consistent. We started my daughter just before a big move and it was a disaster!

  61. this is a topic that u need patience with for sure! because its hard to learn at first and dont get frustrated right away.

  62. I haven potty trained yet but people keep telling me about the targets in the potty game that seems to work well

    Littlemamameow at gmail dot com

  63. be consistent.

  64. When we were ready to start potty training, we just put underwear on them. They trained very quickly. Thank you


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