The choice to support your body, mind, and emotions by eating clean, whole foods can be overwhelming in the beginning. While there is a lot of information out there to sift through here are some tips that can make this new journey easier. Simplify your transition by using the EWG’s Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen. … More 5 important things to remember about eating clean
The World Health Organization published a study in October 2015 that connects eating processed meat (and to a lesser extent red meat) to cancer. These items are now classified as carcinogens. Below is an excerpt from the FAQ of the study: Red meat was classified as Group 2A, probably carcinogenic to humans. What does … More The inevitable responses to the new WHO study
This was an emotional day for me, far more than any of the girlies’ first birthdays. The struggle that was the pregnancy of these two little people and the stress that comes long with the first year of twins made yesterday such a celebratory day! They had no idea that it was their birthday, but … More Birthday Babies!
So, you know those crayola paint dabbers? They come apart pretty easily! I got some creme soda as a birthday treat, and he loved playing with the bottle so much that he fell asleep with it in his hand. Such a funny Picture! It is almost impossible to get a picture of this girlie! A) … More Moments of April and May…
At our house, in our school area, we have an entire section dedicated to random craft materials. I have totally lost track of all the different stuff contained therein. It is helpful because when I sit down for the hundreth time to nurse the babies, and the girlies are inside, I know they can entertain … More Homemade fairies!
When I sent my hubby out to hide Easter eggs I told him to make it a challenge, don’t go easy on them! He really took my instructions to heart, this was the most challenging egg hunt ever! They were having a meeting to discuss where more eggs could be. She was surprised how much … More Easter egg hunt!