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I sure am racking up the different places you can find me and my work!

My blog is at http://www.lepetitowlet.com - It focuses on natural parenting. I'm a crunchy attachment parenting, babywearing, cloth diapering, extended breastfeeding stay at home mama so a lot of stuff along those lines. I also do a lot of natural, eco-friendly, and organic product reviews and giveaways! So check it out!!

Next up. I'm also starting out "working at home" and by working I mean in my spare time (which seems few and far between these days). I make all sorts of things: cloth diapers, wool interlock longies and soakers, recycled longies and soakers, mama and nursing pads, and one day soon I hope to start making some kids clothes and stuff!

Check me out on Etsy: http://lepetitowlet.etsy.com

and Hyena Cart: http://www.hyenacart.com/littleowlbums

I look forward to getting to know some other mom bloggers on here! Feel free to message me or add me as a friend!

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Comment by alice ching on February 15, 2010 at 5:44pm
hi jessica, your crunchy too?! thats so awesome. so since it looks like your pretty 'green" in all parts of your life i was wondering if youd like to know about a company that i order from online or sometimes from there catolog. therere better,safer products for your family and for the enviorment. and you can buy WHOLESALE FROM THE FACTORY! ive tried there products around my house and they work great. so was wondering if you want to know more we can talk. but this is alot a of typing now;/

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