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Image by moline My littlest baby is not so much a baby anymore. Nathan is now 13 months old and is crawling and cruising everywhere — and sometimes, taking steps.  Unlike my other babies (who all walked around 11 months), he’s much more interested in trying to talk or manipulating things with fine motor control.  But Read More

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Karli Von Herbulis who lives just outside of Baltimore, MD with her husband Matt and their daughter, Hallelujah, born January 2014! She is the blogger behind Feed Me, Mama, as well as the co-author of Set Apart: Becoming a Woman of Virtue in a Modern World. She is passionate about natural Read More

This…there is no words. Okay, I’m never speechless, so I can think of some.   I had some buttermilk left in my fridge and I wasn’t sure what to do with it.  Then somehow, this idea popped into my head.  I can’t claim that these are healthy — not whatsoever.  No way.  But I can tell you Read More



Photo Credit It’s incredible how something so simple can be so relaxing, yet a nourishing drink swirls refreshment and peace into one little cup.   Pregnancy is often a time when the focus is on food, but healthy drinks can help you pamper yourself while benefitting your body and your baby at the same time. Read More

by Jessica, contributing writer I love DIY. But I especially love cheap, easy, fool proof DIY! These fire starters are just that. They’re made from things usually destined for the trash, making them practically free. They’re simple and quick to make. And they’ve NEVER failed to start a nice, toasty fire, either in the fireplace Read More

By Contributor Sarah Nichols It’s DIY month around here — we do this every April, and this is our third annual DIY month! We love to encourage you to do things yourself, in your home. All month long we’ll be sharing projects, recipes, remedies, crafts, and more with you. Be sure to pin your favorites, Read More

By Doña Bumgarner, Contributing Writer As part of my ongoing quest to green the products in my bathroom, I tossed out a bag of commercial ointments and skin treatments and replaced them with home-made healing salves.  My initial motivation was to replace a diaper rash cream that I realized was petroleum-based. Not only that, but Read More

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