Moms know that there is no real playbook to use. We just try really hard, learn along the way and hope we don’t do anything too bad that is going to screw up our kid. The most we know about being a mother is from our own childhood. We either want to emulate our own mom […]Read more
As parents, we have a natural need to make sure our child is well fed. When our child does not eat, we feel like we have failed. I knew that I wanted to avoid processed foods as much as possible and get her eating real food like veggies, fruits, nuts and dairy, but I was a […]Read more
Follow my blog with Bloglovin I was a career woman, always focused on the next promotion. I became a director at a large company by 30. My career was progressing as planned. At 31, I became a mother and my priorities immediately changed. I went from wondering how I could be off work for 12 […]Read more
Let’s be clear about where we fall on the organic spectrum. We are a mainstream, middle-class family and not crunchy hippies. Our goal with going organic was purely focused on health. We care about the environment and recycle, but we were not committed enough when we had our daughter to go with cloth diapers. Food We also didn’t […]Read more
During my entire pregnancy, I was focused on having a natural childbirth, free from drugs and medical interventions.
I firmly believed that a woman’s body was designed to give birth and that biology would support me. I conveniently blocked out the fact that my own mother had two c-sections.Read more