I am such a fan of HAPPYFAMILY ® . My 2-year old started with their DHA and probiotic rice cereal when the brand first launched in the Philadelphia area. I knew the importance of establishing healthy eating habits at a young age and wanted my little ones to eat lots of organic and healthy food. Extending that belief, I became very “green” when I became a parent. Recycling became a huge part of our household along with minimizing waste and buying locally. That is why I am so happy to be a part of the Generation Happy Campaign.
Generation Happy Campaign
HAPPYFAMILY is inviting parents and children to join their cause and take the pledge that educates children to understand the importance of eating organically, living sustainably and respecting the earth. By taking the pledge you will have the ability to access expert advice on how to accomplish these goals as well as the opportunity to win some amazing prizes.
HAPPYFAMILY is hosting the Generation Happy Video Contest on Facebook, inviting parents to submit a video of their babies’ special moments for a chance to win a $10,000 college scholarship savings bond.
Second-place winner will win a year’s supply of HAPPYFAMILY foods, and one third-place winner will earn a six-month supply of HAPPYFAMILY foods and a Stokke® Tripp Trapp® high chair. Winning videos will be determined by popular vote. Each week, for five consecutive weeks, the HAPPYFAMILY team will also select their favorite video to receive an exclusive Generation Happy prize pack filled with gifts from select campaign sponsors including: California Baby, Dr. Sears Family Essentials, Dr. Weil Baby, Eat Cleaner, iPlay, Honest Kids, KIWI Magazine, MiYim, My Gym, Sigg, Seventh Generation, and Stokke.
The contest launched online on Feb. 15, 2011, and entry submissions close on March 25, 2011. Voting for the videos will be open for the entire duration of the contest, and the winners will be announced on HAPPYFAMILY’s Facebook page on March 28, 2011.
I hope that you will join in this amazing program in an effort to educate not only your children, but perhaps yourself, on how to make a happy earth for your happy family.
So what have you taught your little one’s about the earth and sustainability?