Welcome to the 3rd Sharing Sunday! This week I have focused on nutrition:
From the Mother Chronicle: A wonderful post about the need to normalize breastfeeding and an excellent explanation on how the language used to describe and encourgage breastfeeding professionals can make a difference.
Maybe you have already heard and signed this petion to bring back Breastfeeding to Sesame Street? If not, check it out! From the petition: “Please note… We are not asking Sesame Street to remove bottle feeding. We are asking that both ways of feeding babies be shown as normal. If we normalize breastfeeding in our community, especially with our children, we can help raise a generation of breastfeeders which will support our economy, make for healthier children and lessen the risk of breast cancer for many nursing mamas! ”
From Job Description Mommy: When looking for nutritious ingredients, navigating the food isles and understanding the labels can be daunting and time consuming. This post is very helpful in deciphering the organic labels.
RaisingNaturalKids: This post on going more natural at the supermarket is quite thought provoking and an interesting read.
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