May

  In this month’s newsletter : Connect with your mother…Mother Earth~ideas for nature nurturing Connect with a community of mothers~our Heart of the Home Online Community is opening enrollment and we are having a big sale! Connect with your child ~create a pocket puppet story and download our free PDF with sweet ways to cultivate…

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Pocket Puppets

  Ah, the magic of wee puppets. These little companions are my helpers who whimsically deliver messages and stories with ease. Why? Because they speak the language of childhood; imagination. A funny fact about me is that i mostly likely have a little friend in my pocket any day of the week. Nibbler mouse, busy…

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April: Cultivating Creativity

“And Spring arose on the garden fair, Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere; And each flower and herb on Earth’s dark breast rose from the dreams of its wintry rest.” ~ Percy Bysshe Shelley, The Sensitive Plant    Lady spring is here, bringing fresh ideas and budding beauty. April is the perfect time to reconnect…

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Overnight Oats

  Recipes Overnight Oats. This quick and yummy recipe is from Mackenzie Rich who is a local certified holistic chef. I joined her April meal plan to give my body some spring cleaning after heavy winter eating and fell in love with her recipe for Overnight Oats. I love that it is prepared the night…

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This is What Community Looks Like

This is what community looks like: We create gatherings to celebrate and initiate ourselves into motherhood. We sing, we read poetry, we dance, we offer blessings and words of support. We witness and dare to be witnessed in our vulnerabilities, our raw tender hearts, exposed. We are the midwives to each other, birthing ourselves as…

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March Recipes: Rainbow Quinoa & Roasted Beet Salad

  Spring Recipes: Rainbow Quinoa & Roasted Beet Salad   This is a go-to recipe for me. It tastes fresh with celery, sweet with raisins and hearty with beets. This well balanced recipe is a crowd-pleaser, easy to prepare and suitable for dietary restrictions.        INGREDIENTS: 1 C dry quinoa, rinsed 2 C…

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March: Self-Care

  Another gem to keep in your treasure box by our dear friend and author, Jessica Malone Latham. This Month’s Journal/Conversation Prompts: What is coming to light in your parenting that you weren’t able to see through winter’s darkness? What seeds of intention are you planting? What part of you needs clearing to allow for new…

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March Spring Recipes: Nettle Pesto

  Spring Recipes: Nettle Pesto Nettles are highly nourishing as we wake from winter rest: Vitamins A, C, E, F, K, B- complexes, as well as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B-6 all of which are found in high levels and act as antioxidents. ​Zinc, Iron, Magnesium, Copper and Selenium, Boron, Bromine, Calcium, Chlorine, Chlorophyll, Potassium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Iodine, Chromium,…

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March: How to Make a Simple First Aid Kit

      How To Make a Simple Travel First Aid Kit  Spring is here and the great outdoors calls us to come out and play. For our little ones, Mother Nature has everything that one could need, not only to fill up our hearts but also to nurture an ouch, bite or bump. While…

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March

Spring is coming! Spring fever, spring babies and spring cleaning. This is my favorite time of year to create space for new growth and freshness by clearing clutter and getting the house in order. A Traditional Folk Rhyme invites us to simplify the work that is done in our home to one task each day.…

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