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The Benefits of Giving Your Child a Screen Free Week

We just completed another screen free week, something we do at least five or six times a year.

We already have pretty strong boundaries when it comes to screen usage for Little Cat (aged 4), before this week he was only allowed cartoons for up to an hour, usually between 3-5 days a week and always in the afternoon, just after lunch for a bit of quiet time. 1,155 more words

Natural Parenting

Secret Weapons of Pregnancy [3rd Trimester Edition]

If you didn’t get a chance to look at the post that prefaced this one, Secret Weapons of Pregnancy you can do so by clicking on the title. 2,439 more words

Natural Parenting

Finding Comfort in an Unmade bed

It’s official..I hit the wall of exhaustion from all the hustle and the bustle of the holiday. It came on rather quietly and I simply said “I’m Done.” 12 more words

Natural Parenting

The Day I Spoke about Homebirth on The Radio

The following post is a follow-up to a radio segment on homebirth I recently participated in on national Radio SBS Italian. I don’t usually write essay style posts.  1,314 more words

Motherhood

Losing at Natural Parenting, Why Sometimes that's Winning, and Stay at Home Mom Envy

If raising a child without store-bought food or formula in the first year was a game, I’d be losing. In fact, it feels even more like losing because it’s not a game; it’s Emma’s well being, of course. 727 more words

Married Memories

More on (my) CDs

So I shared what I didn’t do right in this post, so after doing research; watch tonnes of  youtube videos, read lotsa links from different brands, I finally found perhaps my way of dealing with cds, at least I plan to as right now the baby’s only poop & pee in my belly haha. 490 more words

Natural Parenting

Katie Hopkins – Your Views On Breastfeeding Don't Offend Me

It seems not a week goes by before we see more hate filled judgement emerging from reality star Katie Hopkins.

This week, it just so happens she has targeted her venom towards breastfeeding mothers, with tweets such as: 523 more words

Attachment Parenting