Monthly Archives: July 2008

Learning Styles – What is your child’s?

Since it’s almost “back to school” or “back to homeschool” (whatever the case may be) time for many of you, I thought I would share a report on learning style with you. It’s pasted below, or if you prefer you … Continue reading

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Natural Moms Podcast #91

My guest this week is Laura Flynn, co author of the Fit and Healthy Pregnancy Guide. We’re talking about nutrition for pregnancy that leads to a healthier baby, birth and mom. The guide includes a shopping list, recipes, the ebook … Continue reading

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Fit Healthy Pregnancy Guide

The following is a transcription of an interview with Laura Flynn. To listen to the interview, go here. Carrie: I am extremely impressed with all of this that you offer as part of the Fit and Healthy Pregnancy Guide. It’s … Continue reading

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Peaceful Parenting For a Peaceful World

The following is a transcript of an interview with Robin Grille, author of Parenting for a Peaceful World. The interview initially appeared on Natural Moms Talk Radio in July of 2006, before this blog was launched. So I thought I … Continue reading

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California Chicken Salad

Each Saturday I’ll post a free salad recipe from my new salad cookbook. It has over 365 recipes, so you can either buy it now or just hang around here for the next 6 years. LOL! California Chicken Salad 2 … Continue reading

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School Zone School Workbooks Review

School Zone Publishing Company got in touch with me recently about reviewing some of their workbooks, I was pretty stoked. Anything that can help a single homeschooling mom save money on stuff is good for me. So now I get … Continue reading

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When Attached Babies and Kids Grow Up

Megan at SortaCrunchy wrote about the payoff of attachment parenting recently on her blog. She described traits she is noticing in her daughter as a result of her breastfed, babyworn, gently disciplined upbringing. I left a comment over there sharing something … Continue reading

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Natural Moms Podcast #90

Jill Kuczmarski author of Tales From the Trees and A Monster Misunderstanding joins us this week. As moms we all want to teach our kids principles like tolerance and not judging people based on their appearance, but sometimes we’re not … Continue reading

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Calico Salad

Each Saturday I’ll post a free salad recipe from my new salad cookbook. It has over 365 recipes, so you can either buy it now or just hang around here for the next 6 years. LOL! Calico Salad 1/2 cup … Continue reading

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How Did You Know You Were Done?

Stacie Mahoe, one of the blogging moms over at Because Mom Said So, shared recently that being with her sister as she gave birth didn’t make her want another baby. She expressed surprise at her feelings. Go take a second … Continue reading

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