Back to School!

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I still can’t believe it!  Peanut has started Kindergarten.  His first day was Monday!  He looked adorable of course!

Peanuts first day of school

Peanut's First Day of School

We made sure to send him with a waste free lunch and a reusable water bottle.  Both of which he loved and was very proud of!

His first homework assignment was a poster called “All About Me”.  He had to answer questions about himself and we added pictures.  Here are some of the questions:

Favorite Place: Hawaii (Thanks Auntie Erin)

If I could have any wish I would wish for……CHOCOLATE!

Favorite Color: Black

Bug goes to school in about a week!

We are an Eco Fabulous Family!

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I am so excited to finally have a blog!  I am very passionate about living green and raising eco friendly children.  Teaching them to make choices that are gentle to earth is a top priority for me.  Bug is 8 and Peanut is 4 ½ and have an unbelievable amount of energy.

I own and operate three stores all focused on eco-friendly products and operate a showroom in the Los Angeles area.

I hope to use this blog to show off my Eco Fabulous Family and share tips for living green!

Here is a picture of Bug and Peanut!

All About Lisa

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Motivated to reduce her carbon footprint and provide a more environmentally friendly approach to raising her two children, Lisa Carey and her husband acquired three retail stores, Green Diaper Store ( and Angel Bunz ( in May 2009 and Little for Now ( in May 2011.

After learning about all the chemicals and dangerous toxins used in paper diapers, Lisa was motivated to help her family live a greener life. From choosing cloth diapers & napkins, safer cleaners, and bath & beauty products to banishing plastic bags (from grocery to sandwich bags), Lisa learned that leading a greener lifestyle required a holistic approach.

Specializing in reliable, cost-effective, environmentally-friendly cloth diapers and other family friendly green product, Lisa Carey’s green stores offer families a large selection of alternatives to big-box non-recyclable products.

Lisa holds regular cloth diaper workshops, and offers consultancy services teaching parents and educators about the benefits of using cloth and how to choose the right system that best fits virtually any lifestyle and budget. Lisa’s mission: to change the world one bottom at a time!