You are the Parent. You Can Say Politely and Firmly Decline Unwanted Medical Treatment

moms you can say no

“Oh, yeah, I refused that.  And I’d let them weigh them, but with their clothes on, it’s cold in Montana.”  I was talking with a friend about WIC appointments that we went to when my older kids were toddlers.  WIC is food assistance for families with young children that are in a lower income bracket, in […]

Easy Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs for Families

Naturally Dye Easter Eggs with this easy method

Discovering natural ways to dye the eggs has added an extra fun element to the whole spring tradition. Not only is the process easy and chemical free, but is a great science project that my older kids thoroughly enjoyed. We used the dyes to test hypotheses with our experiment – my kids were sure the […]

After the GAPS Diet: What to eat first as you transition off

“The majority of GAPS people do not have to adhere to a special diet for the rest of their lives: once the digestive system starts functioning normally, they can gradually introduce most wholesome foods commonly eaten around the world.” Gut and Psychology Syndrome, page 156 Once a person feels stabilized on GAPS (not highly sensitive to whatever they were sensitive to before […]

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