Tag Archive for 'children'

(This post contains Amazon affiliate links. If you buy through me you help fund my blogging efforts but you don’t pay any more than if you went straight to Amazon. I thank you for your support.) It’s been a cold one, huh? As you guys know, I live in Atlanta and this week, schools closed […]

I just love Japanese Maples in the fall.  I snapped this picture outside my neighbors’ house.  Their Japanese Maple turned the most delicious colors and dropped all of its leaves at once, creating a carpet of gorgeous on the sidewalk. Speaking of delicious and fall, these Ginger Molasses Cookies look so amazing.  I’ve recently had […]

I live near Emory University and was walking on the campus the other day and outside the dining hall, I stumbled upon this sign. You may not be able to read the text in the purple box well, but it explains the importance of biological diversity and the role that heritage breeds play in diversity. […]

I’ve been a bit AWOL from the blog and social media this week.  My bigs are on Fall Break and I’ve been hanging with them as much as I can. But I still have lots of great stuff for you this week, so let’s go. Katy Bowman offers up a winter version of her popular […]

My five-year-old daughter is taking dance this year. She takes thirty minutes of ballet and thirty minutes of “theater jazz” one day a week. She’s in class with four of her besties, and she is as happy as a clam about it all.  As for me, I am glad that while she takes a full hour […]

Yesterday I offered up quotable quotes and info from some of the sessions I attended at the 2013 Ancestral Health Symposium.  Today, I finish off with more notes from the conference. Let’s dive in … Walk the Talk – Esther Gokhale, L.Ac. and author of [amazon_link id=”0979303605″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back[/amazon_link] S-shaped […]

Explore More : July 11th

I took the kids blueberry picking this week.  Good heavens, we had fun.  I love that the kids got a better appreciation for the whys and hows of food production.  And, of course, I love the amazing berries we brought home. For you locals, we visited Roberts Family Blueberry Farm.  They use organic practices, have […]

Explore More : June 7th

Sorry about missing out on Explore More last week.  It was the last day of school for my kiddos and madness ensued. Have you read my post about Daphne’s Cafe and Market on Hilton Head Island?  It’s a Paleo / Primal eater’s vacation mecca … homemade bone broth, grassfed cream, and now she is brewing […]

After I published this post about cleaning out my mom’s shoe stash, I got a lot of questions on Facebook about what shoes my kids wear.  Specifically, a lot of folks asked about summer footwear.  At the time, I hadn’t shoe shopped for the kids’ summer shoes, so I didn’t have any good answers.  But, […]

Yesterday I posted a piece on my son’s recent birthday party and showcased some of the real foods we served.  One of the reasons I wrote that post was that he and I recently attended an amazing party at a friend’s house.  These friends are vegan, and seeing the delicious food that they prepared and the […]