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    Vegan Kid Fashion | Faux Moccs Giveaway Winner

    March 13, 2014

    So the first Faux Moccs giveaway (ever, in the history of Faux Moccs) is over. There was such an overwhelmingly positive response and we are so thankful for all of your support and kind words! We wish we could give all of you one in every color! We’ve had several inquiries about our eco-friendly materials […]

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    Natural Mama | Poop Talk, Birth Talk

    January 31, 2014

    Poop is all over my life right now. It’s true! As a mother of a 6 year old who is trying out “curses” and silly ways to say things, I’m hearing a lot of “What the POOP?” and “Oh my POOP!” and as the mother of a 2 year old who is refusing to sit […]

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    Vegan at Disney World | The Happiest Vegan on Earth

    January 3, 2014

    I was raised a Disney baby. My whole family loves it, a lot. There is something so special about a man who had a huge dream and pursued it despite so many people telling him it wouldn’t happen. I always remember Walt when I start to doubt what I am doing trying to make it […]

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    New Year Resolutions | The “No Yelling” Challenge

    December 31, 2013

    One of the easiest things to do on the internet is talk about how great life is, how wonderful our children are and what they did that just melted our hearts. I love showing gratitude and I think it leads to a healthier outlook on life. Let’s be honest though, life with kids isn’t always […]

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    Natural Mama | Who’s Invited to Your Birth Day Party?

    December 30, 2013

    Unless your labor and birth are part of a performance art piece, who to include in (or more often, who to refuse entry to) the birth space may be something you are discussing with your partner and care provider. It is definitely a popular topic of conversation with my doula and childbirth education families. It’s […]

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    Natural Birth | Happy Holiday Births

    December 13, 2013

    My intention was to post this over the Thanksgiving weekend, as scheduled, but the flurry of family, food–and yes, a birth–kept me from it. Real life always makes its own schedule, and real birth does as well. In the birth professionals community we talk a lot about what happens to pregnant people and birth around […]

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    Holiday Kid Craft | DIY Christmas Stationary

    December 12, 2013

    The closer to Christmas it gets, the more fabulous activities are happening around the house to get us excited and maybe even overwhelmed a tiny bit. Not much cooking is going on these days, but we do craft like crazy so the big family table gets used properly. This time we came up with the […]

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    Vegan Lifestyle | Raising Vegan Kids: Part II

    December 6, 2013

    What do Dr. Benjamin Spock and Dr. Jay Gordon have in common? Besides being incredibly notable pediatricians that are household names in most homes with kids, they advocate a plant based diet for children. As the obesity epidemic rises I think more and more doctors are starting to advocate for a more plant based diet. […]

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    Vegan Lifestyle | Raising Vegan Kids: Part I

    November 15, 2013

    Time and time again I get asked, “You’re not raising your kid vegan are you?” Like it’s some sort of child abuse I’m inflicting on my kids. I’m happy to respond proudly with, “Yes I absolutely am.” I’m a firm believer in teaching your child HOW to think and not WHAT to think. I want […]

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    Martinmas: A Celebration of Light

    November 9, 2013

    Happy Martinmas! Never heard of it? Well I hadn’t either until one of my homeschooling friends sent me an invitation to a lantern walk. Always one to look for new traditions to begin with my family I was intrigued and did a little research. Martinmas falls on November 11th, it is an ancient catholic festival […]

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