This is a group for all the proud attachment parents. The ones that sleep with their baby, carry their baby or wear them in sling, for the moms that do not practice cry-it-out, do not spank and take a loving, gentle and natural course to parenting.
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A vegetarian and vegan cooking blog by an aspiring anthropologist, doula-in-training, community organizer, labor union activist, lactivist and intactivist mama about all things domestic, eco-friendly, sustainable and fair.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Cook with whole foods, drink delicious beer, support fair labor standards, support human rights, support your local farmers and farms, and love your babies.
I have been blogging since...
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My name is Cheyenne Prawdzik, the creator and mastermind of Fitness4moms.com, a website geared toward strong-minded moms and women seeking to better their health and overall fitness. I simply want to introduce myself as I’m new to the Mom Bloggers Club and would love to meet other bloggers. I hope you will check out my website and perhaps leave any questions you may have, and/or recommend it to your friends.
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Again, I thank you in advance for your friendship and support.
Yeah you are speaking my language :) Before I chose to stay home I was a social worker working with survivors of domestic violence, so many of whom were pregnant and had no one. It was a special part of my job to support them during their pregnancy and after. I think it's wonderful you would focus on incarcerated moms. Just excellent. I look forward to reading your blog :)
Hey mama. I am considering becoming a doula myself when the kids get a bit bigger! I love meeting new breasfeeding mamas <3 And your blogging philosophy is killer. Love it. Welcome aboard!
Come read along at The Adventures of The Family Pants : I write about my life as a mama to two freaking awesome kids. My son who is at risk for autism and our newest little chubster make our life completely nuts. I love it. :)