Stonyfield Yogurt Partners with Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax” {Giveaway} *CLOSED*

Posted on Mar 12 2012 - 2:11pm by Kelley
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Over the weekend, I took LC to see Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax thanks to Stonyfield Yogurt and another sweet mommy blogger I have been connected with. A month ago, we saw the previews for “The Lorax” and LC was enthralled by The Lorax himself, so I knew I wanted to take him back to see the full movie. We were not disappointed!

Although I’m a huge Dr. Seuss fan, I had never read The Lorax, but I was so excited to take LC not just for the cuteness that comes with all things Dr. Seuss, but also, because I love the message. It’s no secret with my many cloth diapering themed posts or “green” habits that I prefer what’s organic, green, and natural in the world. The message hits close to home and it’s done in a way that I think can get through to most kids and teach them how important it is to save our environment.

Stonyfied Farm has partnered with “The Lorax” and they have launched the very first organic greek yogurt specially made for kids, YoKids! We love Stonyfield, because it is a healthy choice for families and I also have to be a bit biased in the fact that they are based out of Londonderry, NH (NH represent!) I always think it’s cool when things come from where I grew up!

In today’s world, so many food’s or products are filled with toxic ingredients, it’s important for me as a mom to find what’s healthy and natural out there for the health of my whole family. Stonyfield Farm provides those products. LC tried the strawberry kids greek yogurt for lunch and was begging for more!

Partnering with The Lorax

YoKids has partnered with The Lorax and you can head to the YoKids website and play some Lorax themed games, get some coupons, get tips on taking care of the planet, and enter to win a private screening of the movie!

Find Stonyfield Farm on Facebook here

YoKids here

YoBaby here

Stonyfield Farm here

And the official Facebook page for Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax can be found here!


One lucky winner will receive

(2) free passes to see The Lorax in theaters

A copy of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax book

YoKids coupons with organic basil seeds

YoKids temporary tattoos

YoKids lunch sack

Here’s How To Win : Leave a comment on this post and tell me what you do in your home and teach your kids to help save the environment. This giveaway ends MONDAY, March 19th, 2012, at 12pm, and the winner will be chosen through, then announced on Forever’s Like a Dream. Open to US residents only.

Make sure you’re following me on Facebook, Twitter, and subscribed via RSS too!

See the Official trailer for The Lorax here

7 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Andrea March 13, 2012 at 11:40 am - Reply

    We are HUGE on reusing. My daughter is focused on everything I try to toss into the recycle bin. Almost too much so! 😉 but we try to use bins and containers for craft stuff, I am reusing coffee cream containers to water our plants, and we are using egg cartons for painting and hope to be composting soon!

  2. Kiley March 14, 2012 at 1:17 pm - Reply

    We are big recyclers and have gotten the boys in on the fun. They love taking out the recycling. We reuse a lot of our containers – the boys take meals over to our shut-in elderly neighbor in them and use them to collect rocks and worms.

  3. Casey March 14, 2012 at 3:48 pm - Reply

    My husband has instilled recycling big time! Every time we empty a box or something my daughter rushes over to put it in the “cycling”. We also do crafts with boxes, toilet paper rolls and anything else that can be glued down 🙂

  4. Leah March 14, 2012 at 4:40 pm - Reply

    We are big recyclers at our house, it is amazing how much a difference it makes in the trash load! We also talk about the environment a lot as it comes up in our day. Things how we need the rain for so many reasons, how we can save paper by not using paper towels as often (we mostly use cloth for cleaning things like the kitchen). My kids also LOVE to use their imagination to reuse things, like make doll houses out of old boxes or to make drums.

    Can’t wait to see this movie, thanks for the opportunity to win!

  5. Katrina March 15, 2012 at 9:56 am - Reply

    we are big into recycling and I cloth diaper my youngest…we are currently getting ready to plant fruit trees in our back yard

  6. Lynne March 15, 2012 at 1:11 pm - Reply

    We recycle as much as possible. Our town (Dracut) will not pick up the trash if you have any visible recyclables mixed into your regular trash! – they leave a sticker on the barrel telling you to separate the items. In addition, we shut off lights/electronics when not in use and only run the dishwasher or washing machine if we have a full load. I am hoping to get a small vegetable patch going on the back deck this summer.

  7. Betsy March 16, 2012 at 10:15 am - Reply

    We teach our kids by recycling, growing our own garden, walking/biking when possible, and just talking to our kids about the environment.

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