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A Day in The Life of a Heavily Pregnant Naturally Parenting Mama

Welcome to the March 2015 Carnival of Natural Parenting: Day in the Life

This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by… 1,628 more words

Life With Children

Making Memories Worth Cherishing

Sometimes it really is those special little moments that stick in your child’s memories for a lifetime.

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How to Create Rhythm in the Home When it Doesn't Come Naturally

When I first began learning about parenting and Steiner Waldorf education, one thing that struck me was the importance of rhythm in the lives of children, especially young children under the age of seven. 1,086 more words

Life With Children

Circling Around

In this season of my life, I am circling around. I am again spending my days doing some things I was doing a decade or more ago, things I did for many years and then stopped. 484 more words

Multiracial Family

Writing Woman or Writing Mother? 

What should my blog name be?

I asked myself this question while feeding my child. And then again in the shower that night.

After reading to my child, watching her play, changing her diaper, after she had fallen asleep and I laid down in bed beside my partner. 559 more words

Happy New Year! My Gift to You...

Happy New Year lovely readers! I hope 2014 was wonderful for you and that 2015 gets even better. I know that at this time of year, many of us are reflecting on how to make positive changes in our lives and how to reduce conflicts and frustrations in our parenting. 158 more words


12 Little Ways You're Getting It Right as a Parent

We parents can be harsh on ourselves sometimes, and so often we have a tendency to focus on where we’re going wrong. This can be useful if we think of constructive ways to improve and do better for our children, but more often than not, it pulls us into a guilt trip that makes us forget the great parent we are the majority of the time, and how much effort we put into getting it right for our children. 595 more words