The Yoga of Babywearing

by Nicholeon March 20,2012 in Baby_WearingHealth and WellnessMommy CareParenthood

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[youtube]video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh3YC2vamqY&feature=related[/youtube] Wearing your little one on your own body, in either a wrap or carrier, is an awesome way to be out in the world together. It creates a peaceful place for your child to settle into, and it harmonizes your breaths and heartbeats; both of you benefiting from the closeness of one another. […]

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All Sorts of Things To Do With That Placenta After Birth

by Heatheron March 11,2012 in BirthHealth and WellnessNatural Parenting Style

My partner and I took a long road trip to visit friends in the south of Chile last week. They live in the country surrounded by dairy farms and sprouting fields. We visited one of the farms to buy some of their great cheese and enjoyed the fields filled with pasturing cows. Apparently as part […]

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Pregnancy and the Nutrition of Our Experiences

by Nicholeon February 07,2012 in BirthHealth and WellnessMommy CareParenthood

When we are pregnant, it is easy to think of feeding our bodies a diet rich in clean, healthy foods. We try to avoid processed foods for the most part, instead choosing whole foods to keep our own bodies strong and healthy, and to keep our absorption and digestion functioning well. The quality of water, […]

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Significantly Reduce Breast Cancer Risk By Breastfeeding More Than Two Years

by Elizabethon January 02,2012 in BreastfeedingHealth and WellnessNatural Parenting Style

  In China, nursing a toddler is socially acceptable.  It is even perceived as desirable for a woman to nurse her baby for a long time.  A study published in the Journal of Epidemiology on lactating Chinese women shows a significant 50% reduction in risk of  developing breast cancer when a woman nurses for two […]

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