Seventh Generation - Review & Giveaway

"Seventh Generation is committed to becoming the world's most trusted brand of authentic, safe, and environmentally-responsible products for a healthy home. For 20 years, the closely held Burlington, Vermont-based company has been at the forefront of a cultural change in consumer behavior and business ethics."

"Every time you use a Seventh Generation product you are making a difference by saving natural resources, reducing pollution, keeping toxic chemicals out of the environment and making the world a safer place for this and the next seven generations."

I received a Seventh Generation baby starter kit which includes 2 packs of diapers/training pants , a tub and travel pack of baby wipes, baby laundry detergent and a reusable bag.



We just started potty-training, we are using the Seventh Generation’s Chlorine-Free Training Pants. They’re super soft (designed to offer cloth-like comfort), hypo-allergenic, fragrance and latex-free. So far NO leaks . Seventh Generation designed the training pants with inner leak barriers and stretchy, tear-away side panels to keep your child dry and comfortable. Diapers are available in sizes Newborn-Stage 6 and the Training Pants in sizes 2T-5T.


The Chlorine-Free Baby Wipes are unscented, hypo-allergenic, alcohol-free, and contain Aloe Vera and Vitamin E lotion. The baby wipes contain a cleansing agent that is gentle on baby’s tender skin. They are made with soft cloth that has not been processed with chemicals containing chlorine. They are super soft and clean really well. The tub of wipes makes it easy with its one-at-a-time dispensing !


The baby laundry detergent works great on my little ones clothes and I even tried it on ours and was not disappointed ! The bottles is 50oz. which will do 16 loads. It is Non-toxic & bio degradable, Hypo-allergenic, Free of phosphates & optical brighteners. It is also safe for septic & greywater systems which is a plus for us. On top of all of that it is also Kosher-certified and not tested on animals.


Seventh Generation has other great products which include: non-chlorine bleached, 100% recycled paper products, bathroom and facial tissues, and napkins; non-toxic, phosphate-free cleaning, dish and laundry products; plastic trash bags made from recycled plastic and chlorine-free feminine care products.

* Seventh Generation has generously donated a baby starter kit which includes 2 packs of diapers or training pants in the size of your choice, a tub and travel pack of baby wipes, baby laundry detergent and a reusable bag ! *

WIN A Baby Starter Kit !


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one winner will be chosen ! I will be using a random number generator to select the winner. Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on Sunday April 12,2009. If the prize is not claimed in 48 hours a new winner will be chosen.Contest open to U.S. residents only.The winner will be announced on my blog(and emailed) Monday April 13,2009.

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200 Comments --- Post Comment:

  1. MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

    CAN A CLEAN HOUSE CREATE JOBS?? http://www.seventhgeneration.com/learn/blog/wages-housecleaning-cooperativesat Seventh Generation, we try to infuse sustainability across our business. Whether it's through incentives we provide our employees to reduce their carbon footprints, our LEED certified office space, or work we do throughout our supply chain, we strive every day to consider the results of our every action on the next seven generations.

    We have also committed ourselves to help create a world of enlightened equity and justice. You might ask, how does an environmentally friendly consumer products company do that? Well, frankly, we continually challenge ourselves with that question and the truth is it's not always easy to find a good answer. With the global economy spinning out of control and an unending stream of corporate layoffs, bailouts, and downsizing, we think it's more important than ever that we seek to answer that question.am pleased to tell you about an exciting new partnership between Seventh Generation and Women's Action to Gain Economic Security, or WAGES. WAGES is a non-profit organization based in San Francisco's Bay Area that for the last 14 years has been helping Latina women start and run their own cooperatively-owned green residential cleaning businesses. The coops serve clients in the Bay area with eco-friendly home cleaning services that help to protect the health of their clients' homes and families The coops also protect the health of the women who use these cleaning products 8 hours a day.

  2. MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

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  4. judybrittle said...

    I just found out that their wonderful products are sold at my local Kroger,meijer and Target stores. I really need to get out more. Thank you for the fantastic giveaway!

  5. judybrittle said...

    I'm a subscriber.

  6. judybrittle said...

    I'm a follower.

  7. judybrittle said...

    Follow on Twitter and tweeted
    http://twitter.com/kewpiedoll04/status/1386749668

  8. judybrittle said...

    I just signed up for Facebook and became a fan. I think I did that right.

  9. susan said...

    Use cleaning products made from safe natural and not-toxic ingredients to prevent exposure to the hazardous synthetic chemicals conventional cleaners often contain.

  10. susan said...

    I follow on twitter and tweeted. http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/1386786766

  11. susan said...

    I follow.

  12. susan said...

    I'm a subscriber.

  13. susan said...

    I'm a fan on Facebook.

  14. Dove420 said...

    They are sold at my local Target

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  15. Dove420 said...

    I am a subscriber

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  16. Dove420 said...

    I am a follower

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  17. Dove420 said...

    You are on my favorite list at technorati (Dove420)

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  18. Darlene said...

    Which are "greener" -- crayons or markers?
    --CapeCodGirl
    The answer to your question depends on how you define “green,” and on the composition of the specific crayon or marker being considered. Most crayons are made from paraffin wax and pigment and have a paper label affixed with glue made of cornstarch and water.[1] Paraffin is a petroleum byproduct and paraffin wax crayons are not biodegradable. A more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional crayons are soy oil based crayons which are plant-derived and 100% biodegradable. [3-4] Markers are divided into 3 main categories: water-based, alcohol-based, and aromatic solvent-based. Water-based markers are the least toxic, followed by alcohol-based, although alcohol-based markers do contain toxins. Aromatic solvent-based markers are the most toxic and many contain xylene, a chemical that is a neuro-, kidney-, reproductive-, and respiratory toxin.[1] In addition to its health effects, xylene is highly toxic to aquatic life and bioaccumulates at a moderate level in fish. The best approach for marker selection is to avoid alcohol and aromatic solvent based markers (avoid “permanent” or “waterproof” on the label) and choose water-based non-toxic brands (look for “low-odor” on the label). Another consideration is the amount of material needed to deliver the desired effect. The only residual after a crayon is used is the paper in which it was wrapped and the box in which it was packaged. After a marker is depleted, it leaves behind a plastic case, absorbent interior, felt tip, plastic cap, and the box in which it was packaged. This suggests that a marker requires more materials to deliver its desired effect than does a crayon. References:
    How are crayons made? How Stuff Works.
    Xylene substance fact sheet. Australian Government, Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
    What’s on the label: Art and hobby supplies. Healthy Child Healthy World:
    Are art supplies toxic? Co-Op America.

  19. mverno said...

    their line of products is sold at target which is the closest to me mverno@roadrunner.com

  20. Meredith said...

    I learned that I get get their products at my local Fred Meyer (Kroger) which I already do!!
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  21. Meredith said...

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  22. Meredith said...

    I follow you on Twitter under Meredycat & tweeted.
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    I'm a fan on Facebook.
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  24. VickeC said...

    Automatic Dishwasher Detergent Pacs


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  25. VickeC said...

    I am a subscriber


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  26. VickeC said...

    I follow an the name is vickiecouturier

  27. April said...

    Dishwasher Packs

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  28. Anonymous said...

    I didnt know they made female products.
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  29. Super Blogger Girl! said...

    their products have saves 305989 trees so far!!!

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  30. Ally in WA said...

    I had no idea they made feminine products. That is so cool. I think chlorine in feminine products is so wicked and dangerous.

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  31. Ally in WA said...

    I am an email subscriber

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  32. 2boys+mom said...

    Their kitchen cleaner is an orange/cedar scent (yum!) and is not tested on animals.

    Tricia
    tghamilton@nc.rr.com

  33. 2boys+mom said...

    I am a follower!

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  34. 2boys+mom said...

    I subscribe!

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  35. 2boys+mom said...

    Gotcha on facebook!

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  36. KLM39 said...

    Their Seattle Green Festival is on March 28!

    http://www.seventhgeneration.com/seattle-green-festival-1

  37. cdziuba said...

    They have a calendar of Green events on their site, and here's an upcoming date:

    World Water Day
    Mar 22 2009 - All Day


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  43. gahome2mom said...

    Their products are free and clear of dyes. Thanks.

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  50. Zeliha said...

    I'm having a baby this summer...
    hope to win...
    enter me please..

  51. lisaray said...

    They sell it at Target

  52. Bonnie said...

    They have it at target!
    I am a follower.
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  53. Jennireesa said...

    They have a counter on their website that says how many trees and how many gallons of petroleum Seventh Generation has saved.

  54. Jennireesa said...

    I subscribe by email.

  55. Jennireesa said...

    I'm a follower.

  56. YZgirl4 said...

    I learned you should use a vacuum with a hepa filter

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  57. YZgirl4 said...

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  58. YZgirl4 said...

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  59. gkstratos said...

    I learned that they are available at Target
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  60. gkstratos said...

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  61. gkstratos said...

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  62. gkstratos said...

    Facebook Fan
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  63. Leslie said...

    Seventh Generation has some FABU stuff Boy! I learned that if every household in the US replaced just one bottle of 100 oz 2X Ultra Petroleum Based Liquid laundry detergent with 100 oz 2X Vegetable Based Product we could save
    460,000 Barrels of oil!

    Leslie
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  64. Leslie said...

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  65. Leslie said...

    You Betcha your Button is on my Sidebar!!!
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  66. cathirushing said...

    their products have saves 305989 trees and counting

  67. Leslie said...

    Life in a house of Blue is on my Blogroll
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  68. Leslie said...

    I'm a follower
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  69. Leslie said...

    I subscribe by email
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  70. Leslie said...

    I'm already a fan of Life in a house of Blue on Facebook

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  71. llinda29 said...

    Act is a page that gives you things to do

  72. Naddez said...

    Their products contains no glycol ethers, are not tested on animals, and Kosher-certified.

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  73. Naddez said...

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  75. Naddez said...

    Became a fan of your facebook.

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  76. Naddez said...

    I'm a subscriber.

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  77. Jennifer said...

    You can buy their products at Target! I didn't know that!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

  78. Jennifer said...

    I follow!

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  79. Jennifer said...

    I subscribe!

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  80. rhonjerm said...

    I would really like to win this for my family, please enter me and thanks for the great contest!

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  81. Hil'Lesha said...

    You can find this line at Target. :)

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  82. Keitha said...

    I learned that they make feminine products. That's great to know

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  83. Keitha said...

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  84. Keitha said...

    Subscribing

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  85. Melanie said...

    something I didn't really think about, that once the heat reacts with the chlorine in your dishwasher, it emits chlorine chemicals into the air

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  86. Melanie said...

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  87. Melanie said...

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  88. Melanie said...

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  89. Melanie said...

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  90. oneinamil23 said...

    even though they are "green" products, you can find them at typical stores like target!

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  91. Valerie said...

    I use as many green products as I can.
    BahamaValF@aol.com

  92. VanBurenMom said...

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  93. VanBurenMom said...

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  94. VanBurenMom said...

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  100. amweeks said...

    I see that they're located up in Vermont, a state known for its protection of the environment!

  101. amweeks said...

    I follow! (amweeks)

  102. amweeks said...

    I subscribe!

  103. amweeks said...

    I'm a facebook fan! (Annmarie DiPasqua Weeks)

  104. kdkdkd said...

    some products that claim to be fragrance free actually have masking agents added to disguise the smell of the detergent

    wonderful company!

  105. EllyBean said...

    They sell these products at my local Target store!

  106. EllyBean said...

    I'm a follower of your blog
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  107. EllyBean said...

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  108. Andreah said...

    I learned that the spot remover uses hydrogen peroxide instead of chlorine bleach to remove stains.

  109. Andreah said...

    I am a subscriber.

  110. Andreah said...

    I am a follower.

  111. pestkaj said...

    I learned about how much oil could be saved by using alternatives to peutroleum based cleaners!

  112. pestkaj said...

    I follow on facebook

  113. pestkaj said...

    I follow on blogger

  114. pestkaj said...

    I subscribe via e-mail

  115. Erin Tales said...

    Canola-based softener makes your laundry naturally fluffy, cuddly, and static-free

  116. Erin Tales said...

    I have your button

  117. Erin Tales said...

    youre on my blog roll

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    i follow your blog

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    i'm a facebook fan

  120. Jessica said...

    I found out I can get their products at Target which is great!

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  121. kathy55439 said...

    Follow you on twitter and twitted

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  123. BOJESNE said...

    I learned that a "more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional crayons are soy oil based crayons which are plant-derived and 100% biodegradable" as stated by science man at the site.

  124. Sarah said...

    You might not be able to recycle the boxes from their Natural Powdered Laundry, Automatic Dishwasher Powder and Automatic Dishwasher Pacs due to the polyethylene lining in them.

  125. kcatlin said...

    I've always assumed that harsh chemicals are removed from water when it leaves my home and travels to a treatment facility. If water is treated, why is it important to use natural and organic detergents? Thank you.
    -A Phillips
    Dear A. Phillips,
    Some of the most detrimental environmental effects arising from detergent use are associated with the persistence of detergent ingredients in treated wastewater. There are many chemicals that are not completely removed through the typical wastewater treatment processes. Zeolite builders, plant nutrients like nitrates and phosphates, some antimicrobial agents, chlorinated hydrocarbons, non-biodegradable surfactants, and wastewater treatment byproducts, to name a few, are found in treated laundry wastewater which is then reintroduced into the environment and can be toxic to aquatic life, damage the environment, and adversely affect human health.

    For this reason, it is important to use natural detergents that are non-toxic and biodegradable. In addition to persisting in treated wastewater, using responsibly sourced natural detergent products reduces the rate of depletion of natural resources. More Questions

  126. Jenndiggy said...

    Seventh Generation also makes POWDERED laudry detergent. (I'm allergic to all liquid so that's the first thing I always check!) :)

  127. Jenndiggy said...

    http://jenndiggy.blogspot.com/2009/03/baby-starter-kit-from-seventh.html

    blogged

  128. Karen said...

    That they sell their products at my local Target, and that they are free and clear of dyes. Thanks for the contest.

  129. CaseyDeuce said...

    I just learned from the site that the concentrated laundry detergent has a water softener in it! That would be great for our house!!

  130. yyeres said...

    I learned that they dedicate 10% of their profits to non-profit community, environmental, health, and responsible business organizations working for positive change. yyeres(at)gmail(dot)com

  131. Kendra & Dean said...

    I learned about all the wonderful products they offer, and to my joy at several businesses around my town! I love that their products are so green and that they give back to the community.

  132. Kendra & Dean said...

    i'm a follower

  133. Kendra & Dean said...

    i'm also a subscriber

  134. Staci said...

    I learned that there are 10 stores nearby that carry the products-including Giant and Target. I also learned that they donate 10% of their profits to other organizations.
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  135. Staci said...

    I have your button.
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  136. Staci said...

    You're on my blogroll.
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  137. Staci said...

    And I follow.
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  138. Brea's Mommy said...

    "We dedicate 10% of our profits to non-profit community, environmental, health, and responsible business organizations working for positive change." I think this is awesome in addition to all the other information

  139. Brea's Mommy said...

    I follow you

  140. Brea's Mommy said...

    I have your button!

  141. ktgonyea said...

    Count me in :)

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  142. sarah said...

    I didn't know they made so many different types of products, * Baby
    * Laundry
    * Free & Clear
    * Household Cleaners
    * Household Paper & Supplies
    * Feminine Care
    * Dishwashing

  143. Karen said...

    The dish washing packets are Chlorine and Phosphate Free..awesome!

  144. Marianna said...

    I learned that they are based in Vermont and named after the Great Law of the Iroquois that states that for every decision that is made you must consider the impact it will have for the next 7 generations.

  145. Heidi Gail said...

    They have saved over 307,000 trees so far.

    heidigail@iwon.com

  146. wigget said...

    their products are free of dyes

  147. vboackle said...

    i learned these products are sold at target.

  148. Pat said...

    Some of their products are completely free and clear of dyes and fragrances.
    pkildow at gmail dot com

  149. Stefanie said...

    Hi, Great prize. They have a line of products called Free & Clear, free of dyes and scents. I am impressed, products for me, my baby, my home. Thanks, Stefanie Hartman fhartman@frontiernet.net

  150. deedleweedle said...

    I learned that their products are free and clear of dyes.

  151. carolpie said...

    I see that the closest store that sells this is Target.

    Thank you for this giveaway. This is perfect for my daughter who is due any day!

  152. carolpie said...

    I follow!~

  153. carolpie said...

    I subscribe!~

  154. janetfaye said...

    Seventh Generation laundry liquids do not contain bleaching agents or optical brighteners. Our laundry liquids are also based on renewable resources such as palm kernel oil; instead of petroleum and its by-products.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  155. janetfaye said...

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  156. janetfaye said...

    On my blog roll:
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  157. janetfaye said...

    I follow.

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  158. janetfaye said...

    Subscribed.

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  159. janetfaye said...

    Facebook Fan - Janet Fri

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  160. Barbara said...

    I learned they have a very informative site, complete with Q & A, forums, blog, etc. One topic was on whether a non-chlorine bleach disinfects adequately. The answer was yes!

  161. Kyndra said...

    Seventh Generation offers coupons on their site and have product available at my Babies R Us.

    themeimlookingfor at yahoo dot com

  162. Lentil said...

    I learned that for the best results with chlorine free bleach,you should pre-treat any highly contaminated items.

  163. sharonjo said...

    I learned that these products are natural, safe and have non-toxic ingredients! I have allergies so this would be great! Thanks!

  164. yellowlabs said...

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  165. Leah said...

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  166. deedleweedle said...

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  168. Melanie said...

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  170. THEDOGLADY said...

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  182. jnmacdonald said...

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  194. Gianna said...

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