I strive to live a life free of chemicals in my food, toiletries, and household products. For some reason, that qualifies me to be labeled a “hippie.”
Hippies make me think of bra-burning, mushroom ingesting, hairy (deodorant-free) armpitted women, who would vomit at the sight of anything that glitters.
I didn’t realize that there is a new wave of hippies popping up.
Glippies– Glamorous Hippies.
I am not alone!
In honor of this new-found sisterhood, here are some of … Keep Reading!!!
Conversation about adoption can be tricky. A seemingly benign comment can cause an adoptive parent to lash out in protection of their family.
I’ve received many emails from people quite upset. They are experiencing negativity from friends or acquaintances when asking about adoption.
The questions themselves are harmless. However, the terms used are offensive.
I find this whole situation frustrating, and I get a bit disappointed in my fellow adoptive parents. We have all had a friend or stranger ask
This is Samuel
This is Aram
Samuel and Aram are brothers
They love each other
They act the same
They play the same
They find the same things funny
They are being raised in the same environment
They have the same family, who love them both dearly
But one of the boys will get treated differently by society
Judgements will be passed
People may ignore him
People may harass him
People may be afraid of him
People may want to … Keep Reading!!!
Ariadne lives with her three children, husband and two crazy boxers in Switzerland. She is a certified parenting educator and writer at Authentic Parenting and Positive Parenting Connection. Ariadne is passionate about all things parenting and chocolate.
1. Tell us about your personal breastfeeding experience with your children:
I have three children, Maxi is almost 6 years old, Nicolas is 4 and Bella will be two soon. I breastfed each child until they were each almost … Keep Reading!!!
A lot of Los Angeles families vacation in the Palm Springs area.
We try to get out to Palm Springs at least once a month (Brian’s parents live there)
What is hard is finding activities for the kids.
So, we have made it our mission to find kid-friendly entertainment in the area.
Our latest adventure- The Living Desert in Palm Desert, California
This wildlife conservation center is what I can only describe as an organic zoo.
The animals are up- … Keep Reading!!!
Mayim Bialik came out with a new Attachment Parenting book, Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way.
This book has stirred up a lot of emotion among mothers practicing different parenting styles.
The hot topic has been co-sleeping.
We are a co-sleeping family. I co-slept with my parents as a child, and … Keep Reading!!!
I am obsessed with The Hunger Games
I was at the book store today and I saw it on a stand that said “teen fiction.” Not my favorite literary term. I cringed when I saw the label because I am currently reading the series.
I’m starting a new monthly series about mothers that have changed the world. Whether it be by changing the way we think, the way we live, or the way we treat each other.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how the word mother gets thrown around to people who are truly not qualified for the title. We tend to focus on these females in our conversations and in the the news media.
I want to take away the focus … Keep Reading!!!
Did you know? $1 can give clean water to one person for over a decade.
Why is water life-altering?
Confession: I hate politics. Sort of…
Okay, in itself that isn’t a worthwhile confession, but my political views are.
It came to my attention the other day that I quite possibly am a closet anarchist.
Why I hate politics:
I love people. Period.
My personal goal in life is striving to understand why people believe what they do. In situations when I do this correctly, if there was any judgement to begin with, it will be gone when I reach … Keep Reading!!!
1. Tell us about your personal breastfeeding experience with your child:
When my first son was born, I knew I wanted to breastfeed – I just underestimated how much of a challenge it would be in the beginning. I probably didn’t sleep for the first five days of his life – a combination of him waking up, and me being freaked out because I couldn’t get it to “work” right. As soon as I could, I … Keep Reading!!!