Monthly Archives: August 2008

Natural Moms Podcast #96

My guest this week is Kim McDaniel, co author of Video Games & Your Kids: How Parents Stay in Control Kim McDaniel along with her co-author Hilarie Cash present the available research on video games and their effects on your … Continue reading

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Salad Saturday!

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! CHICKEN AND BLACK BEAN … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Baby Sling Junkie

by Lexi Rodrigo I confess: I have owned 6 baby slings. I say “owned” because I’ve thrown away 1 and given away another, so now I have 4. photo credit: *clairity* Why would anybody need 6 baby slings? If you … Continue reading

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Unlikely Unschooling Advocate

This is fascinating, but not terribly surprising to homeschooling parents! (And by the way, if you haven’t discovered Ted, you must check out the site. The videos are interesting and wonderful to share with your kids to stimulate thinking and … Continue reading

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Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes

photo credit: Pacdog Slow cookers can be mom’s best friend. Throw everything in during the morning time (when everyone is busy and happy and not cranky and underfoot), and have a hot, delicious meal ready for you by dinnertime. Here … Continue reading

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I Guess It’s Better Than Not Being Nominated for ANYthing…

This is more than a little embarrassing, but the folks over at Hot Blogger Calendar have nominated yours truly. I’ve had honorable mentions before, but never been nominated for anything that would get me (fully clothed of course!) in a … Continue reading

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I Heart Ready Made Magazine

I heart Ready Made magazine Have you read this magazine? It’s a Do It Yourselfer/Crafter/Recycler/Reuser’s dream. It’s Martha Stewart, but urban, hip and cool. And without the full time staff. I’m actually not a handy or crafty person at all. … Continue reading

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Homeschooling: What Will Be Different This Year?

photo credit: mia3mom If you’re a homeschooling veteran, you could meet the new year with either excitement or a sense of dread. How can you make sure that homeschooling keeps on meeting your child’s needs and brings you joy too? … Continue reading

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Natural Moms Podcast #95

This week we are joined by Connie Pope and Heather Schoenrock of Jack’s Harvest, an Atlanta based frozen organic baby food company. Heather and Connie believe that baby food shouldn’t have to be boring! So, they set out to create … Continue reading

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Your Four, Six and Seven Year Old

One of the more important principles of gentle discipline and attachment parenting are understanding a child’s developmental stages. How can you know how to discipline a child if you don’t know what you can reasonably to expect of them? For … Continue reading

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