Authentic Parenting Blog Carnival August Call for Submissions:

Welcome to the Authentic Parenting Blog Carnival cohosted by Mandy at Living Peacefully with Children and Laura at Authentic Parenting. We hope that you will join us on the last Friday of each month as we share posts about simple living in our lives. Submission deadline: Saturday, August 24. *** Breastfeeding As August is Breastfeeding... Continue Reading →

under-sexed…

When the topic of nursing in public comes up, the topic of sex inevitably follows. Anti-breastfeeding individuals liken breastfeeding to sex and claim enough is enough. Breastfeeding advocates claim that our society is over-sexed; breasts are lauded for their sexuality, plastered on billboards, used to sell beer and cars rather than their true purpose -... Continue Reading →

food and feces…

Welcome to the July 2010 Carnival of Nursing in Public This post was written for inclusion in the Carnival of Nursing in Public hosted by Dionna and Paige at NursingFreedom.org. All week, July 5-9, we will be featuring articles and posts about nursing in public ("NIP"). See the bottom of this post for more information.... Continue Reading →

breastfeeding rap…

For those tired of having doctors give out poor breastfeeding information, this presentation from the University of Pittsburgh's School of Medicine is refreshing: It's nice to see some health care professionals with correct information. Now if only health care professionals could have more education regarding breastfeeding than a few hours presented by formula companies...

public intimacy…

Welcome to the July 2010 Carnival of Nursing in Public This post was written for inclusion in the Carnival of Nursing in Public hosted by Dionna and Paige at NursingFreedom.org. All week, July 5-9, we will be featuring articles and posts about nursing in public ("NIP"). See the bottom of this post for more information.... Continue Reading →

beginnings…

This piece is entitled beginnings. I painted it the weekend before our last child was born. I was feeling a bit stressed and frustrated and needed a break from exhausted, cranky little people. I headed out to the garage with roughly cut pieces of fabric. The paint is tempera paint, borrowed from my children's art supplies.... Continue Reading →

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