Wordless Wednesday: 1st Birthday & 4 Generations at the Nutcracker

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday! This weekend was a big one! On Saturday, we celebrated Patrick’s first birthday. (as well as our first Nursiversary!) Living in California means we were still able to have his party outside at a local park that is AWESOME so the kids could enjoy the sunshine and the the trees, despite… Read More Wordless Wednesday: 1st Birthday & 4 Generations at the Nutcracker

Udder Bullsh*t: Award Winning Blogger, Author and Artist Behind Hathor, The Cow Goddess Banned From Facebook During World Breastfeeding Week (and she emailed ME!)

It’s my birthday today. I was just writing about how the whole thing has got me bummed, since one of the last smiling pictures of my dad ever taken was with my sister and I, a month before he died on my birthday in 2010. To make matters worse, the baby hasn’t been sleeping well.… Read More Udder Bullsh*t: Award Winning Blogger, Author and Artist Behind Hathor, The Cow Goddess Banned From Facebook During World Breastfeeding Week (and she emailed ME!)

Wordless Wednesday: Beautiful, Badass Breastfeeding

  Welcome to Wordless Wednesday!…. again.  I can’t help it! It’s World Breastfeeding Week and breastfeeding is one of my favorite subjects! I have come across some seriously badass images of breastfeeding in my blogging- and just like with my Lactation Cookie recipe- I would feel bad not sharing!. This post has the same linky… Read More Wordless Wednesday: Beautiful, Badass Breastfeeding

Wordless Wednesday: World Breastfeeding Week

  Welcome to Wordless Wednesday! August 1-7th is World Breastfeeding Week: 2012 Marks 10 years! Check out http://worldbreastfeedingweek.org/ for more!   photo courtesy of: Live With Purpose While I support breastfeeding, I am moreover an advocate of making informed decisions children and of supporting the (informed) choices other parents make, even ones that differ from my… Read More Wordless Wednesday: World Breastfeeding Week

Small Steps for Womankind: The Woman’s Hall of Fame Turns 43

We’ve all heard the saying,  “Well behaved women seldom make history”Laurel Thatcher Ulrich The Tea Table used to signThe Declaration of Sentiments in 1848 It might as well be the motto for the National Women’s Hall of Fame, created 43 years ago today (that’s 1969, for those of you who haven’t had your coffee) in… Read More Small Steps for Womankind: The Woman’s Hall of Fame Turns 43