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Follow Your Heart

We’re all busy, right?

I am. I’m a wife, mom, full time manager, part time instructor at a community college, a friend, a daughter, a writer, a dishwasher, a laundry goddess and last but not least a terrible cook. 787 more words

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Poe Wovens Spangled Glory

Poe Wovens is owned and operated entrepreneur Nancy Sunderland, a United States Marine Corp Veteran and mother of five.  The Vermont based company mills their stunning creations right here in the United States with an emphasis to providing a liveable wage and an ethically sourced product.   611 more words

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InCultureParent | Why African Babies Don’t Cry

I was born and grew up in Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire. From the age of 15 I lived in the UK. However, I always knew that I wanted to raise my children (whenever I had them) at home in Kenya. 181 more words

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BabyDoo-USA Rouge

New to the market is the company BabyDoo-USA.  They are offering beautiful machine woven wraps with a simple straightforward weave and stunning colors.  What I love most about BabyDoo is their mission statement, their tagline is “ 494 more words

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Lenny Lamb Cherry Lace

Beauty on a budget?  Intricate jacquard woven design?  Vibrant colors with a feminine touch?  You can have it all with Lenny Lamb’s Cherry Lace.  Made of 100% mercerized cotton, Cherry Lace arrives, out of the box, sinfully soft.   625 more words

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Budget Review: Baby Doo Rouge 



Baby Doo is a new company and they are making waves already. Their nifty infant positioning article with great visuals has already made its way around the Babywearing circles on Facebook, it was shared 5 or 6 times in Babywearing Love and Supoort alone! 630 more words


tandemtrouble reblogged this and commented:

Another great review from Bugglet Baby. I enjoyed how this wrap appeared more red on them as compared to the pink colors on us. I love the honest, forthright point of view from this Momma.

Why The Chores Can Wait

“Mama! Hey mama! Do you wanna play with me?” her 3 year old asks as she tugs on her mama’s pant legs.

“In a minute sweetie. 992 more words

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