Expert guest post by Betsy of Eco Novice Like many of you, I started paying attention to the ingredients of common household products after the birth of my first child. When my baby first sucked on our wood floor I wondered, what’s in my floor cleaner? When he sucked on my hair I wondered, what’s […]
I know it sounds naive, but it’s hard to witness the joy of so many bees in my garden and give credence to the concerns about pending doom of CCD (Colony Collapse Disorder). How can this be when our garden is teeming with so many bees?
GMOs and lanolin can be a hidden source of chemicals in your nipple cream. And since an awful lot of what you put ON your skin actually goes IN, it’s very important to choose carefully.
Birth plans are a good way to guide your thinking and provide everyone on your “team” with a map of what you envision as your ideal birth.
For many natural mothers, Earth Mama Angel Baby is much more than a trusted brand of products. It’s a community – a place as safe as the arm of the angel-winged mother on their logo.
Making homemade baby wipes takes just a few minutes of work and saves loads of money. You can make them with cloth, so they are reusable, or with paper towels if you need disposables.
Most women want to breastfeed their babies. According to a 2012 study in Pediatrics, 85% of new mothers want to exclusively breastfeed their babies for at least three months.
What is the truth about GMOs? Where can you turn for information you can trust? And is it something you need to worry about anyway?