Nicole Richie’s Kids Are Growing Up Green!

Nicole Richie’s Kids Are Growing Up Green!

When it comes to raising her 2-year-old daughter, Harlow, and her 7-month old son, Sparrow, mama Nicole Richie has gone green!

“Nicole is obsessed with doing everything she can to try to keep her children healthy and safe,” a friend of star tells Life & Style, adding that Nicole is constantly searching through books and the internet for the latest parenting news.

[She] insists on everything being organic. The food, the diapers, the clothing. She’s always at Whole Foods.

But how does this compare to the Nicole’s childhood?

“Her parents let her do whatever she wanted,” says and insider. “Now she has strict rules.”

Click below to check out Nicole’s top three green parenting rules!

RULE 1 – CHLORINE-FREE DIAPERS: “I use Seventh Generations,” says Nicole about the brand of diapers which are not only chlorine free but are nontoxic and hypoallergenic. “And we don’t use baby wipes – we use cloth with water.”

RULE 2 – NO CELL PHONES: One friend tells Life & Style, “She thinks the radiation can be damaging and won’t let cell phones near her kids.”

RULE 3 – EAT ORGANIC: The former Simple Life star even grows her own veggies in her garden to prepare salads and stir-fries for vegetarian fiancé, Joel Madden.

What about you? Has your family gone green?

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  1. Andreea

    wow! nicole is great, I love the way she thinks & treats her children! Harlow & Sparrow are really lucky.. Actually it’s amasing how nicole life changed, how she used to be when she was paris hilton’s best friend, and how she got rid of the drugs and all the temptations and is now raising (very well!) her children.. Good job, nicole!

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  2. Anonymous

    cloth diapers! those seventh generation diapers still go to the landfill.

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  3. Moriah

    Yup, I agree with anonymous! She’s not being as green as she can be if she’s using disposables of any kind.

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