parenting

Environment & Parenting in the Waterloo Region

Are you a Waterloo Region parent who is concerned about the environment? Do you think about how environmental issues might effect your child(ren)? Take this survey, from the University of Waterloo. You are invited to participate in a research study conducted by Siobhan Bonisteel, under the supervision of Dr. Stephen Quilley, School of Environment, Resources […]

Preparing for Change

Excerpt From the: Peaceful Birth Workbook by Elizabeth MacKay. Everyone knows that becoming a parent means that our lifestyle will entirely change, but many mothers and fathers to be don’t realize that they can take steps to prepare for this new life. We’re not talking about stocking up on diapers and taking mat-leave—we’re talking about […]

Happy Healthy Halloween & Harvest Season

Image by Ashlee Dawn Photography found [here]. For many parents who are aware of all the chemicals and artificial ingredients lurking in Halloween candy this can be a precarious time of year. Likely you love the harvest time, the beautiful leaves, the pumpkins, the fun decorations and how darn cute your kid looks in their […]

5 Things You Can Do At Home To Heal Yourself After Birth

Submitted to naturalmommy by Nicola Hogg, psychotherapist and mommy who has made it her life’s work to empower other moms. Nicola specializes in working with mothers antenatally and postnatally. She lives and works in Ireland. Her web-site can be found [here].   I remember how hard it can be to even contemplate leaving the house in the early days […]

Parenting for a Peaceful World with Robin Grille

Naturalmommy is pleased to introduce Robin Grille, father, psychologist, author and parenting educator from Australia. We were very excited to get the change to talk to Robin about his world changing endeavours and to share his parenting wisdom with you, especially his concept of emotionally authentic parenting. Robin has written two thought provoking books, Heart […]

Six Clean Plates

Submitted by Lisa Marvier of Farm Girl Nursery. Find them on facebook [here]. Last weekend I had all of the cousins over for a camping adventure on the property. They range in age from 7 – 12. Most are very easy going when it comes to food from the garden and are eager to try […]

Babies & Kids with Eczema; no fun for anyone!

By: Jessica Carfagnini, ND, tbaynaturopathic.ca Have you ever parented an itchy, unhappy child with an angry red rash? Perhaps your child had the rash with little bumps weeping fluid, or maybe she had the dry rash that cracked when she scratched it?  Eczema is an increasingly common health issue among babies and children and can […]

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