Monthly Archives: July 2014

Baking Soda and Hair: Approach With Caution

I mentioned before that I stopped using shampoo. The “normal” way of doing this is to start instead using baking soda and vinegar on your hair (note: some people advise raw apple cider vinegar, which apparently has added benefits, just … Continue reading

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Thoughts on GAPS

I’m not a medical professional. I’m kind of the opposite- someone modern medicine said “Sorry, can’t help you” and ended up having to scrounge around for options. So, keep that in mind. Please do your own research and don’t rely on … Continue reading

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I Support Home Birth *Safety*

I’m not entirely sure why I feel so strongly about home birth. I always have, I mean, I felt so strongly that I even refused to be born in the hospital! Which, of course, is more a joke than anything- … Continue reading

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Corn Syrup

My partner is British and we live in the US. My in-laws paid for us to fly over to visit so they can see their grandchild, and so I had the chance to check out UK formula. While I don’t think … Continue reading

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Judging

I see a lot of talk in parenting (mommy) areas about judging- specifically, why people shouldn’t do it. How awful it is to be judgemental (of people I agree with). How horrible parents are for judging others. Thinking about it, … Continue reading

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Criticism Doesn’t Have to be Bad

I’m browsing “Children Learn What They Live”, the book based on the popular poem. One of the lines is “If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn”. Reading it, the author describes being critical as being overly and unjustly … Continue reading

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