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Cloth Diapering 101

For many parents, this COVID-19 pandemic means adopting a more frugal lifestyle. It also means being prepared for shortages in baby supplies (including disposable diapers) due to a fragile supply chain. These concerns join the many other reasons for parents to consider cloth diapering for their babies. Many moms and dads are saying goodbye to disposables because of the cost, the environment, or the appeal of having all those cute colors and designs on ...
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Make Tea Not War

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I love autumn but I hate all the warm, cold, warm, cold, warm, cold confusion. It just wreaks havoc on our immune systems in this house. We have one kid with a cough, one kid with the sniffles, one who is exhausted and one who is, well he is a teenager. Finally today I declared war on seasonal change! And by war I mean I made tea. Here is what I made. All quantities are eyeball estimates of volume and not weight. The highly complex reason for this is that I am a busy woman and eyeballing ...
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1 Every time you make your kids drink water, drink water. Hydration is key. 2 Every time you make your kids eat some fruit and veggies, eat some fruits and veggies. Your skin will thank you for the nutrients. 3 Every time you get your kids in to bed to make sure they get a good night sleep, get yourself into bed for a good night sleep. Say goodbye to having tired looking face. 4 Yeah right, ok fine, go for a nice brisk walk. Increasing your blood flow brings better color and ...
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Natural sunscreen do’s and don’ts. People keep asking me why I don’t sell a natural sunscreen. The truth of the matter is that I use my Nightly Repair Face Serum in the morning, and although I state no claims, it has enough natural SPF from the tamanu, carrot, and other oils that I don’t need any SPF on my face most days. (See below for citation on a study I found about SPF of tamanu). If I am to spend a day in full sun I use a lab tested, mineral based high SPF sunscreen from a ...
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Last week my childrenʼs school celebrated Dr. Seussʼs birthday. In the kindergarten class they made green eggs by mixing spinach with eggs. My 5 year old who had been refusing eggs for months came home asking for green eggs. I wasnʼt there when they made it at school so I winged it. I filled the container with fresh spinach and then added 3 eggs. I use organic extra large. I then sczoozced them together.
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