Well, it happened again today. I left my child’s preschool gripping her tightly in my arms, with tears filling my eyes.
Recently we attended an event that was amazing; the girls had a blast and enjoyed many fun activities. Unfortunately, there was one part that was somewhat disappointing…
If you read my last post, I discussed different ways I get my kids to eat healthy foods. I thought I would post a smoothie recipe that I make almost every day, that my kids go bananas for! (see what I did there!? I love puns)
Poop 💩 literally poop is what my life is revolving around!!!!
Why am I going to be forced to take my child’s innocence away?
So many times I have parents ask me how I get my children to eat fruits and veggies every day…well, I don’t give them another option!
There is a fallacy that has bred among communities regarding public assistance.
Last month, I told you about my generally crunchy lifestyle. When I say crunchy, I just mean I live a health conscious and natural life. Some family and friends think my crunchy quirks are weird but all of them just want to know why I live the way I do. So here we go…
At times it takes just a simple, heartwarming moment to remind you of the real meaning of Christmas.
Hi, I’m Emily and I’m a crunchy mom. At least, that’s what people say when they hear I’m vegan, I breastfeed until my babies choose to wean, I cloth diaper, I delivered two of my three kids without an epidural, etc. Guys, I just love farmers markets, that doesn’t make me crunchy, does it? At least I wear deodorant and I shave my armpits…