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    Vegan Kids Fashion | Faux Moccs Giveaway

    March 9, 2014

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    It’s official. Faux Moccs (pronounced fox, incase you were wondering) has officially launched! These vegan, eco-friendly, soft-soled moccasins are made with love for all life in mind. They offer protection for your child’s feet while allowing them to grow and develop without the hindrance of modern, hard soled shoes and harmful chemicals. What’s even better is […]

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    Family Portrait | Week 15 + Mama Drinks Beer Before 5

    December 18, 2013

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    This past weekend we went back up to South Carolina to visit family. It was so much fun and so nice to have a little bit of a break, but definitely too short of a trip! We miss the cold weather, warm fire and our family already! The day before we left was a rough […]

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    Gluten-Free + Vegan Recipe | Curried Garbanzo Beans + Sweet Potatoes

    October 20, 2013

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    This past week, it finally started to cool off and feel like fall (well, Florida fall at least). It’s so wonderful! To cembrace the season, we’ve been eating a lot of orangey, fall-worthy meals (I shared the Pumpkin Alfredo here)! I’ve also been trying to make our meals baby friendly so that Judah can try […]

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    Natural Birth Story | A Water Birth + a New Beginning

    October 15, 2013

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    It seems only fitting to start my time with Vegan Housewives with the story that brought me here. The story of the day my daughter was born. I had a long pregnancy (nearly 42 weeks!) and the last month was filled with contractions and false labor. So when I realized it was really time, I […]

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    Wooden Toy Gift Guide | 1st Birthday Present Ideas

    October 11, 2013

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    I’m pretty excited about Judah’s 1st birthday. Definitely more excited than he is (considering he has no idea) and most likely too excited for my own good. However, I’ve noticed lately that the more toys he has, the less he actually plays with them. And in an effort to rid ourselves of plastic as much […]

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    Vegan Toddler | On-The-Go

    October 5, 2013

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    Feeding my vegan toddler is easy – when I’m standing in a well-stocked vegan kitchen. Once strapped into his car seat the game changes. Grandma’s house, play dates, restaurants, and long car rides all get a bit dicey when my growing boy gets hungry. In a perfect world I would carry with me a small […]

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    Raising Boys Isn’t As Easy As I Thought

    July 10, 2013

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    A little while back, I shared a little bit about Judah being a mama’s boy and all of that mushy stuff. While he’s still very much my little shadow, he’s grown up in just the past few weeks. He has become quite the adventurous little daredevil and a more of daddy’s boy.

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    What’s in Our Diaper Bag + Claret Vegan Handbag Giveaway

    July 3, 2013

    We teamed up with Claret Handbags for the month of June (see a little more here) and I have to say, I REALLY love their bags – The Marie Jeanne in particular! In my opinion, they have the best vegan purses/bags I’ve seen recently and use some of the most amazing vegan leather ever! I […]

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    What Mama’s Boys are Made Of

    May 29, 2013

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    The other day, a family member (and mom of two boys) told me that she now knows why they say boys are made of “snakes and snails and puppy dog tails”. I always saw myself as the mom of boys. I grew up around them, wore their clothes and liked their games. Don’t get me […]

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    Urban Gardening with a Baby

    April 30, 2013

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    John is always (half-jokingly) telling me I have a brown thumb. In all honesty, he isn’t lying. I have a history of unintentionally heading up plant massacres. The first part to getting better is admitting the problem, right?

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