Due to some “restructuring” of Facebook, you are not seeing stuff that I share on our page… soooo, I am going to share some of my favorite stuff from the week right here. Ha Ha Facebook! You can’t keep Continue reading GMO’s and CIO: We Win Facebook! Friday
by: Hailey Williamson When I think of the times that I stood outside that bedroom door listening to my baby fuss and cry, nervously shifting my weight from foot to foot, I feel ashamed. Every instinct in my body wanted Continue reading One Mother’s Experience with Cry It Out
When my oldest child was born, I hid. I kept secret the fact that we shared a bed, that I breastfed him almost around the clock and that I never, ever accepted his crying as necessary. The message from those around me was clear; Continue reading Alone to Confident: Parenting Outside of the Mainstream
Sometimes it can be tough. Saying what you mean, and meaning what you say. Because what if you say something that offends somebody? What if we write something that suggests there is a better way? And what if the Continue reading A Changing Voice
Last week’s posts (here and here) sparked more conversation than I had anticipated. And different conversation than I was bracing for. I received comments and e -mails from moms sharing their own stories. And these stories all seem to Continue reading Too Vulnerable
Instead of being reminded that I was taking superb care of my first baby when he was born, I was encouraged to distance myself from my him. By sleeping away from him, putting him in a swing far away from Continue reading Choices for All.
Every once in a while I turn on the show “Supernanny”. This past Friday, the voice narrating deemed one of the most wonderful and thoughtful parenting choices my husband and I have made, “shameful.” I am an intelligent parent. I Continue reading Our Children Share Our Bed: Shame on You “Super”nanny.