Monday, May 24, 2010

YoBaby Giveaway!




Who loves yogurt? We do! We do!!






I was grocery shopping one day when our oldest was almost a year, and stumbled across Stonyfield's YoBaby products. I decided to test out the strawberry banana and raspberry pear Fruit + Cereal Yogurt to see if she liked them. We're lifetime YoBaby fans to say the least!






We started out trying the fruit and cereal mixes, which are brilliant, but have since moved on to the YoBaby meals, that include yogurt and puree combinations like apples and sweet potatoes, pears and green beans, and peaches and squash!






Not only is YoBaby yogurt good for babies and toddlers (organic, probiotic, supports healthy development and a strong immune system) but it simplifies feeding, and babies love it! Can't argue with a happy baby!




No babies or toddlers to feed? Never fear, Stonyfield Farm has you covered. Stonyfield boasts a wide variety of organic yogurts for the grown-ups, and even has a yummy Greek yogurt Oikos (have you tried any kind of Greek yogurt? It's delish, in my humble opinion:))






Enough of my rambling. The very sweet Kristina, from Stonyfield Farm, is offering up a very sweet giveaway to a reader from the Ivy Twines!


Check out this pack of goodies! You'll receive:

-Eric Carle "Up, Up, I Go" Growth Chart (It's adorable!!)
-YoBaby Reusable Bag
-Snack bowl with lid
-Organic cotton bib
-Coupons for free YoBaby products!




To qualify (you MUST do this before any others!): Check out YoBaby and Stonyfield Farm and leave a comment on this post telling us something you've learned!!



**Please leave a valid email address so we can contact you if you win!**



And if one entry is not nearly enough. . . (please leave a separate comment for each extra entry)




Earn one additional entry:

  • Like YoBaby on Facebook (maybe enter your sweet little cutie in the YoBaby contest too? :))

  • Tweet or Facebook about this giveaway and leave link!


Your GIVE BACK Entry:



  1. Participate in our Give Back Project Night Night Challenge! (Head over to this post for the details, check out how you can help, and leave a comment!)


  2. Help Project Night Night, and earn 5 extra entries here!! Yay!



Good luck readers! I hope you win!




Giveaway will end at June 7thth at 11:59pm CST. Winner will be chosen via random.org and contacted by email and have 48 hours to respond. Must be 18 to enter, US entries only. Big thanks to Kristina and her crew at Stonyfield! Seriously the greatest bunch of people to work with! We love our YoBaby!! :)























55 comments:

  1. Yogurt was probably first used somewhere in the Middle East.
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  5. Oh! I learned that they also make Oikos greek yogurt, which I love . . . did you know that Oikos means house in Greek? I didn't learn that from their site, but from my dad who teaches Greek and whose name is . . . wait for it . . . Dr. House (yes, like on t.v., but not THAT kind of doctor!) . . . so all of my dad's online stuff is oikos this and oikos that . . . ok, not that you needed to know that . . .

    To recap, I love greek yogurt!

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  6. I follow The Ivy Twines on Twitter (@narniamum)

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  7. I like the Ivy Twines on Facebook. Thanks!

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  8. I follow through Google Friend Connect. Thanks.

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  9. I follow Stonyfield on Twitter (@narniamum)

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  10. I liked Stonyfield on Facebook. Thanks!

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  11. I liked YoBaby on Facebook, and I DID enter my baby!

    Vote for my baby in the #yobabycutie Contest! http://apps.facebook.com/organiccutie/showentry?entryurl=/contests/showentry/266432

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  12. I learned that “Organic milk” means that the cows’ feed, such as corn, soy, and hay, was grown organically. In addition, organic regulations prohibit the use of antibiotics and synthetic growth hormones. I've wondered about Organic milk before and now I know!
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  13. I"m following The Ivy Twines (publicly) using Google Friend-beccaann38
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  14. I'm following The Ivy Twines on Twitter-beccaann38
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  15. I learned that babies bodies are more vulnerable to pesticides and so Yobaby is organic (which means not pesticides!).

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  16. I learned they have a recipe for Peanut Butter Chocolate PieYUMMY jk.gorcery@gmail.com

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  17. I follow via google friend connect jk.gorcery@gmail.com

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  18. I follow you on Twitter (@jkgorcery) jk.gorcery@gmail.com

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  19. they call their CEO CE-Yo that's cute :D the whole food mart close to where i live carry their yogurt according to the store finder, i'll try some

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  20. i'm a follower of your site

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  21. I follow Stonyfield on Twitter (@jkgorcery) jk.gorcery@gmail.com

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  22. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/jkgorcery/status/14729113696 jk.gorcery@gmail.com

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  23. I found out that in 2007 all the products where certified organic.

    I also wathced Food INC a couple of nights ago and was very impressed with Stonyfield farm.


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  24. I learned that they make greek yogurt too. Yum!
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  25. I learned that there is a Stonyfield rewards program-great for all their yogurt I eat from them!
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  26. I follow using google friend connect.
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  27. i learned where Stonyfield gets their organic milk from and how to milk a cow. Awesome!

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  28. Became a fan on FB
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  29. I learned that to be certified as organic, no prohibited products could be used for three years prior to certification.
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  30. I follow on GFC
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  31. I like you on FB
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  32. I learned that Stonyfield has been commited to running an environmentally responsible business since 1983!

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  33. I liked Stonyfield on Facebook!

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  34. I liked YoBaby on Facebook too

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  35. I follow Stonyfield on Twitter - @michrick8185

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  36. I learned that in 2009 2009 this was their 26th year of making tasty, healthy yogurt.
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  37. Melanie Calcut Likes Stonyfield on Facebook

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  38. Melanie Calcut Likes YoBaby on Facebook

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  39. mcalcut Follows Stonyfield on Twitter

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  40. I follow on Google Friends. Melanie Calcut

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  41. mcalcut Follows The Ivy Twines on Twitter

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  42. Melanie Calcut is a Fan(now like :)) Ivy Twines on Facebook

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  43. Their farmers don't apply toxic pesticides or chemical fertilizers to the land!

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  44. I like Stonyfield on FB!

    Username: Stephanie Rosenhahn

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  45. I like YoBaby on FB!

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  46. Following you on Twitter!

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  47. Like you on FB!

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  48. Following you on GFC!

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  49. I learned that yogurt can be used in dips and dressings — as a substitute for mayonnaise or sour cream in equal amounts — to reduce calories and fat.

    And thanks for sharing about Project Night Night! I'm donating other places right and swamped for time now but I plan to blog about it on texifornia.blogspot.com and suchfuntogive.blogspot.com (probably with some other crafty good deeds I've heard about).

    Also, I like to feature giveaways which have a "good deed" element (promote a good cause or encourage people to do good for entry or extra entries. It's a little late to feature this one, as it's ending in a few hours, but whenever have any with a do good aspect you can submit them at the link below and I'll post about them on my blog.

    http://suchfuntogive.blogspot.com/2010/01/easy-to-win-giveaways_25.html

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  50. I learned that to date, they've gifted over $12 million in grants. Wow! peanut[at]nyc.rr.com

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  51. I follow via Google Friends Connect!

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  52. I learned that since 2001, they've been partnered with Preserve to turn used yogurt cups into toothbrushes, razors, tongue cleaners and spoons. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  53. I'm a follower. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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