This is a post inspired by my involvement as a Fisher-Price Mom.
Green Living Tips
Earth Day was last week, but to me Earth Day shouldn’t just be a single day, but something that we all live and breathe every day of every week the whole year through. Although, I don’t often blog about green living on A Lot of Loves, but I have written a couple of eco-love posts that hopefully provided a little inspiration, such as my post on starting composting and how to make peanut butter pine cone bird feeders with your kids.
The thing about eco-living is that it’s often easier than you think. Before we started our compost bin, I thought that it would be such a pain separating out the compost from the garbage, but really it’s not. We got used to it right away and even the kids are learning to use it. Plus, my garden is happy with all of the nice new compost spread around the plants.
Fisher-Price also cares about the Earth and living green. The Fisher-Price Parenting blog this month features a good article by Dr. Laura Stachel with some tips about how to reuse and recycle.
Little People Comes to Treehouse
Kids love playing with Fisher-Price’s Little People, and now they’re coming to Treehouse TV! The Little People television series is all about five preschoolers who make big discoveries and share the wonder of their world with your kids. The Little People TV series will show weekend mornings at 9am ET on Treehouse TV.
Fisher-Price at Babytime Show
If you’re in Toronto, head over to the Babytime show this weekend (April 28 & 29) at the International Centre and say “Hi!” to the friendly faces at the Fisher-Price booth. They’ll be giving out Fisher-Price catalogues with coupons enclosed and there will be an adult size baby bouncer for you to try out (I tried this at the Blissdom Canada conference – it’s pretty fun).
Disclosure: I am a Fisher-Price Mom and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.