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Earth Mamas and Papas: HOMEGROWN parenting

Trying to raise your little ones with an appreciation for good food and good land? Share your favorite tips, blogs, stories, recipes and more here.

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Latest Activity: Sep 24, 2016

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Homemade baby food swap - love this idea! 1 Reply

Started by Cornelia. Last reply by Corinne Mockler Feb 18, 2014.

First purée foods for infants

Started by Angela Jan 4, 2013.

homeschoolers 5 Replies

Started by Hannah Barnhill. Last reply by Onnie Michalsky Feb 14, 2012.

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Comment by Cornelia on September 15, 2010 at 11:26am
mealTrain.com is a free website that simplifies the organization of giving and receiving meals after births, surgeries, and illnesses.
www.mealTrain.com or contact us at contact@mealtrain.com
Comment by Laura K on November 21, 2010 at 6:55pm
Hi All--I think this falls within the Earth Mamas and Papas purview....anyone know of any home remedies for a sinus infection? My big little guy (3 year old) has one.
Comment by Cornelia on December 7, 2010 at 2:11pm
Beloved author and mom, Karen Solomon, writes about the ingenious idea of babyfood swaps: "How hosting a babyfood swap saved my sanity and fe...
Comment by Leann Lilly on April 4, 2011 at 10:07pm
New here, just poking around to see what it's all about.  I love cloth diapering, and even though my last little one is out of diapers now, I still love to discuss it.  Anyone else a cloth diapering fan?
Comment by Jennifer on April 4, 2011 at 11:04pm
I cloth diapered my first with mostly made-by-me fitteds and recycled wool longies. I'm cloth diapering my second too, but I did buy a bunch because wetness was leaving a terrible rash and I didn't want to get into sewing synthetics like PUL.
Comment by Leann Lilly on April 4, 2011 at 11:09pm
There are so many great options these days!  Have you tried using the microfleece liners to wick the wetness away from your baby's skin?
Comment by Carol J. Alexander on June 16, 2011 at 8:30pm
I'm working on a new writing project. Ask your little boys, big boys, husbands, or other men in your life: "Why do little boys need a tree house?" Give name credit, state of residence, and age to be included. Can't wait to read these responses!
Comment by Cornelia on August 31, 2011 at 10:12am
Check out the book review and giveaway for "Cleaner Plate Club: More than 100 Recipes for Real Food That Your Kids Will Love". We're asking how you feed your family while sourcing locally and sustainably. http://homegrown.org/blog/2011/08/a-bowl-of-local-wisdom-the-cleane...
Comment by Penny V. on March 3, 2014 at 4:32pm

Hi, I'm new to this group. :)

We're expecting our first child to arrive sometime in July of 2014, so it's getting to the point where touching base with other parents might be prudent.

Unlike many Americans, although we had an ultrasound at the 20 week mark (the cost of opting out of other prenatal screening), we did not find out the gender. So we're going with the working title of "Peanut" until we know what we're having.

Comment by Dwysquietide on March 3, 2014 at 5:44pm

We didn't find out with all three so I totally understand. I figure it is one of two and it is irrelevant in terms of preparedness for an infant since we do not color code baby items nor wish for a ballet dancer or monster truck driver or any such thing, just that when they are older they can be what they like. 

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