Friday, September 17, 2010


After quite a long hiatus, I'm back!

In the all the time I have NOT been posting, I had my second son, Gage. He is now 7 months old and very happy and bouncy. The first couple months were rough-he was colicky, didn't sleep great. I have cut out dairy and eggs (Gage tested very SLIGHTLY positive to an egg allergy) which seems to help. Adjusting to being a Mother of two has been HARD. It is definitely a game changer.

I have no idea how often I will be back on here-I am just trying this back on for size, so to speak, to see how it goes. If you read this (hi, Mom, you are my only reader!), then I am forever grateful. My hope is to post recipes on here that I am trying out, new eco-friendly cleaning recipes and tricks, etc, as well as blog posts of the "what's new on the homestead" variety.

I have a lot going on right now. I am President of my local Mom's Club, Kyan is in preschool, Gage is sitting up, and I have a table stacked with books that I want to be reading:
"The Omnivore's Dilemna" by Michael Pollan
"Holy Cows and Hog Heaven" by Joel Salatin
"Simplicity Parenting" by Kim John Payne
"Buddhism for Mothers" by Sarah Napthali
"Natural family Living" by Peggy O'Mara

I leave you with a pic of the men in my life-aren't they handsome?


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