Monthly Archives: February 2012

Getting Kids Into Veggies and Veggies Into Kids TWO

“Slip some cauliflower puree into a bowl of instant mac and cheese, and aren’t you also inadvertently cementing a kid’s belief that cauliflower does not exist in a beneficent universe?” – Dara Moskowitz Grumgahl (Experience Life Magazine) I want to … Continue reading

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One Year Ago Today

One year ago today I published this website. A few months later I started the Raising Natural Kids Facebook page. 57 posts,  30,000 all time views and almost 3,000 FB fans later, I would like to share what I have … Continue reading

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Creative Play Using Natural Ingredients

I discovered the idea of sensory boxes a few weeks ago while checking out some great creative project and play pages. It was soon after this discovery that the teachers at my son’s preschool told me that his favorite things … Continue reading

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Thermography vs. Mammography: Which One Is Right for Your Breasts?

In the last decade mammograms have gotten a bad rap, and rightfully so. At 34, the only breast exams I have gotten have been done by my midwife when I was pregnant. Though my grandmother died of breast cancer at … Continue reading

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What’s Really in Your Food? You May Never Know!

A friend’s husband attended an OSHA workshop last week and the facilitator of the class gave the above handout to the attendees. Apparently the man teaching the class is very much into spreading the word about chemicals that people come … Continue reading

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