Monthly Archives: March 2012

Pink Pancakes – A Little Veggie Trick!

Inspired by a post I saw by Super Healthy Kids, I decided to make my kids pink pancakes for breakfast this morning! The trick to the pink color is the use of beet puree! To eliminate some of the work … Continue reading

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Getting added Nutrition Is as Easy as 1,2, Flaxseed!

Getting some extra nutrition and fiber into your snacks and meals is easy if you know what to put where! In this case, the WHAT is FLAXSEED, ground, whole or in its oil form, and the WHERE is just about … Continue reading

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The Winners of The Green(er) Easter Giveaway Are…

Thank you everyone for participating and supporting both Raising Natural Kids and the great companies (Apple Park and eco-kids) that sponsored this giveaway! Here are the winners: The eco-kids eco-eggs coloring kit – Lauren McMasters and The Apple Park PJs and Picnic Pal – Theresa … Continue reading

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Watch Me on This Episode of Suzanne Somer’s Breaking Through!

In December, I had the pleasure of appearing on Suzanne Somer’s new online talk show. It was a great experience and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity! This appearance sparked a new series of blog posts about … Continue reading

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“You Want to Hire a What?”

The What’s and Why’s of a Doula via My Experience I fully believe that if it wasn’t for my birthing support team, which consisted of my midwife, doula, mom and husband, that I would not have had what was as … Continue reading

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