Category Archives: Going Organic

Natural and Mindful Easter Ideas

Somehow Easter became another holiday synonymous with candy and fake food additives, like artificial chocolate bunnies, Peeps, Cadbury eggs, jellybeans, and eggs dyed with artificially derived colors. I prefer to celebrate the holiday for what it is, a celebration of the … Continue reading

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Enter to Win an Organic Twin Mattress!

IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME! I am so excited about this! I have teamed up with one amazing company, My Green Mattress. If you read my last post, Your Mattress Matters, you know about the dangers of flame retardants and the importance … Continue reading

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Full Circle

(Why I Go Organic!)  When you’re ten, anything you do that’s different from your peers can, at times, seem so catastrophically embarrassing that you would do anything to change it in order to fit in. At that age, my mortification … Continue reading

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Flame Retardants Have Been A Cause of Concern In Regards to SIDS… One Reason Among Many to Invest in Organic Crib and Child Mattresses

Still unknown is the actual cause for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.  Through much of my own research, I have my own ideas on this*(scroll to bottom for more), and though the flame retardants in mattresses aren’t what I think is … Continue reading

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Pass the Peas Please – the spoonful on the right that is! Why I Make Most of My Own Baby Food

I like to know exactly what goes into my children’s bodies, which you have probably figured out by now from reading some of my other posts.  I think this picture shows the reason why I make Lila’s food better than … Continue reading

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