“Every breath is a giveaway dance between you and the plants.” – Susun Weed
I’ve never really considered it in this way before, but this really made me think about how important our connection with nature is. We, as a planet, really rely on every other living thing, and it’s fascinating to me that something so simple as exhaling gives life to something else. It always seems to come back to that Lion King “circle of life”!
Fun facts: Worms don’t have eyes or teeth. Though they can’t see, they are sensitive to light and will become paralized if they are subjected to it for too long. Finally, there’s no such thing as a boy worm or a girl worm – they have both parts!
Special thanks to my good friend, Liza, who is also a Super-Mom, for chiming in on how she gets her little cuties to eat SO healthy! I’ve tried their smoothies that Hayden helped to make and they’re delicious.
5,840. That is the number of disposable diapers that ONE of your children has put into your local landfill by the age of two. And that number is very conservative at only 8 diaper changes per day. Multiply that 5,840 by the number of kids you have in your family and let that sink in for a minute. According to an article on livestrong.com, “The Environmental Protection Agency reports that about 20 billion disposable diapers are dumped in landfills each year, accounting for more than 3.5 million tons of waste.”
Lots of tears, red cheeks, drool galore, fever, and anything/everything going into your baby’s mouth – sounds like teething. While you can’t speed up the process of teething, you can definitely make it more bearable for your baby (and for you!) Here are some natural remedies that you can try: