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Welcome to the Natural Bump & Baby Hoppers! Green Idea Reviews is celebrating the launch of the new Natural Birth Stories book by reviewing and giving away an all natural wooden baby teether! Not only can you enter to win a … Continue reading
Welcome to the October 2013 Carnival of Natural Mothering! This article is a part of the Carnival of Natural Mothering hosted by GrowingSlower, Every Breath I Take, I Thought I Knew Mama, African Babies Don’t Cry, and Adventures of Captain … Continue reading
Breastfeeding a baby through an increase in demand (like a growth spurt) or a decrease in supply (due to illness, or pumping issues) can be very difficult. Emotions run deep as a mama struggles to produce enough milk to feed … Continue reading
Sadly, working outside the home is an unavoidable reality for many mothers. One of the most difficult periods in a working mama’s career is going back to work after maternity leave. A breastfeeding mama faces the difficult choice of … Continue reading
Cradle cap is a common skin condition in infants, tending to show up around 3 months of age. It manifests as crusty, yellow scales on the top of baby’s head. The cradle cap does not hurt the little ones, but … Continue reading