Before we really get into the pregnancy talk this week, I want to share with you all a few changes happening here on the blog. That wonderful child, has been known on the blog as Baby Boy for the last 2 years. In many ways, he’ll always be our Baby Boy, yet he’s not quite a baby any more. Plus, with his sibling on the way, I figured it was high time spunkier names were needed.
I know it isn’t easy trying to figure out the whole parenting gig, let alone keeping your children healthy, all the while making improvements for the whole family – from healthier foods, to less chemicals in the home, to learning about alternative remedies and treatments. It’s difficult and time consuming and can often be confusing or overwhelming.
Life can be lived rather simply, yet still enjoyably. We strive for this balance in all aspects. In many ways, I think life is easier this way.
This natural living, whole foods, natural health care life requires the use of resources. They may be resources for me to learn, enhance my knowledge, or even affirm (or deny) what does come naturally to me. It’s so important to have many different resources on hand.
We make a conscious choice to birth out of state. There are many reasons for this, but here are our top 5.
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This pregnancy is in the last stages. I’m excited for Turtle Baby’s arrival and for Monkey Boy to meet his new sibling! I’m having some issues, but for now I’m making it through! 10 weeks or so let to go!
We’ve plotted out a space in our yard. We’ve dug a trench and laid some fresh compost all following the Back to Eden method.
Today I’m hanging out with Liz over at Sundays for Sophie and talking all about the first time I became a Mother and started on the career path of Motherhood.