Thursday, January 23, 2014

bumGenius Freetime & Green Cleaning eBook Giveaway {#NaturalNewYear Hop}



Welcome to the Natural in the New Year Giveaway Hop hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network.
The New Year is seems to be a time when most people start evaluating ways that they can live happier, richer, and healthier lives and I've joined a group of 30 other bloggers that have come together to help you do just that... in a more natural way! Each blog in the linky below has a natural prize to give away worth at least $25! So, join us all by going more Natural in the New Year!


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207 comments:

  1. I like the Quit Trying to Be A Perfect Mom post. A great reminder for myself.

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  2. I found your recipe on meatless mushroom pizza interesting. sounds good though I don't think I could convince my husband no meat or different ingrediants.

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  3. I really like the Cosleeping is not a fad, cribs are post. I feel like I'm always having to defend myself about our family's decision to cosleep. The crib did not work with my high-needs daughter and cosleeping was the perfect solution. We all sleep great now :)

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  4. I was reading the article "Natural Remedies for Postpartum Recovery" I am having a baby in less than 4 weeks and I found this article very informative and helpful!

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  5. I enjoyed the Toy Wars post...something we certainly struggle with!

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  6. I LOVE the Traveling with Cloth Diapers post! We're military and enjoy traveling between moves. Though I couldn't do cloth diapers on an actual vacation (we have a strict "travel light" rule, one small backpack per person. We alter between 2 outfits and wash them in the sink. no joke. So unless I can do it without excess equipment, that can't be an option). BUT Iove the tips for situations like moving or visiting family:) Very helpful

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  7. Your Coconut Flour Chocolate Raisin Fudge Cookies look delicious!

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  8. I've always enjoyed reading your reviews on kids apparel. The most recent being the one on Stonz boots.

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  9. the easy chicken pot pie recipe look fantastic!

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  10. I liked the review of the Stokke Tripp Trapp. We had one on our wishlist. I love its modern appearance... doesn't scream baby.

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  11. I enjoyed reading Balance: Have You Found It? Because I'm still working on it and need the reminders every day!

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  12. My favorite articles were about healing tooth decay and the Best Oils for Tooth Re-mineralization

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  13. I enjoyed the Balance: Have You Found it Yet article... because I'm still looking for it and need the daily reminders!

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  14. I like the post 5 foods that may make a breastfed baby fussy.

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  15. I really enjoyed the recipes section; I am trying to build my recipe box. In particular, I liked the Kale Chips recipe. I have always heard about Kale chips, but never tried them. I will be testing out your recipe next week! :)

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  16. http://www.eco-babyz.com/2012/08/simple-tomato-mozzarella-appetizer.html
    I really like this recipe, its soooo simple & good!

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  17. Kids change everything is so true. I also enjoyed. .. lifes to short for daycare.

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  18. I enjoyed the refresher from My Breastfeeding Learning Experience having number two in 8 wks!!

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  19. Motherhood is... Hard | Beautiful | Fulfilling {Dear Best Friend...}

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  20. I love the article about traveling while cloth diapering!

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  21. I love your co-sleeping post!

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  22. I really like the Ricotta Chocolate Cake recipe. It looks like a moist, not too sweet option for when I'm entertaining my gluten free friends! http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/10/ricotta-chocolate-cake-with-gluten-free.html

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  23. I enjoyed reading the Are Ultrasounds Safe article. This is something I've been wondering about for awhile and I am excited to show my husband.

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  24. I really enjoyed your article Quit Trying to be a Perfect mom. I really needed that. I have a toddler and one on the way. It is disappointing when you see these other moms on social networks and it seems like they can do it all, while you are sitting there comparing your parenting style to theirs.

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  25. I liked how you got your kids involved in making the chicken pot pie. It looks tasty too.

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  26. I enjoyed reading At the Beach with a Toddler- it's so cold here, the pictures made me excited for warmer weather!

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  27. I absolutely love the recipes you post, especially since we've been trying to eat "cleaner and greener." Your chicken pot pie recipe is on the top of my list of things to try! Your parenting posts are always uplifting and helpful, too.

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  28. I like Natural Remedies for Postpartum Recovery.

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  29. Museums in Boston. We love visiting museums.

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  30. I like the Recipies! I really love the Chicken Pot Pie recipe. I need to try it with my kids... that would be great!

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  31. I like the 5 tips for a peaceful birth. http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/05/5-tips-for-peaceful-birth-experience.html

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  32. I like a lot of your articles but today I found the Homeschooling Encouragement article and there were some very interesting facts in it. Thank you.

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  33. I love the recipe for avocado, beet & goat cheese salad. Avocado is so nutritious and cheese is definitely my favorite food.

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  34. I enjoyed the Cosleeping isn't a fad, cribs are.

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  35. I like "Life is Too Short to [Put Your Kids in Daycare]". People try to make me feel inferior because I am a SAHM, and yes, sometimes finances are tight and we can't do or have everything we WANT to, but we have what we NEED, and I get to watch my little girl (our only child) grow and learn every day!!

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  36. Lazy chicken. I always make chicken different. But always in the oven. I should totally try on the stove! With butter! Yum!

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  37. i really like the cracker recipe - i've made crackers before and they were great - i'm going to try this recipe too.
    http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/03/sprouted-flour-soaked-crackers-gluten.html
    (stacey h)

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  38. I loved the 5 Tips for a Peaceful Birth Experience post. I am almost 37 weeks pregnant with my third baby. Each of my other birth experiences have not been peaceful and, unfortunately, kind of traumatic. I am hoping to use these tips to make this birth experience much better. I especially liked the music tip. I will be bringing my cd player with two cds that calm me. Thanks!

    Erin Knack (erinknack08@yahoo.com)

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  39. I enjoyed 6 Tips for a Baby Friendly Wardrobe. Five years ago, before my first girl was born, I would have considered a low neckline to be flirty. Now it's imperative. Can't pull a breast out of the top? Can't wear it! And lately, my two year old has decided that playing kangaroo is FUN. I never imagined I'd be adding oversized stretchy tops to my wardrobe at this age, but she's a menace to any shirt that she can't fit inside while I'm wearing it. :P

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  40. Wonderful Twos and How to Avoid Tantrums. My baby isn't here yet, but I'm already worried about that subject!
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  41. I enjoyed the cosleeping article. I love snuggling with my little one and know he prefers it too!

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  42. I enjoyed Natural Remedies for Postpartum Recovery. Baby is due in February and I want to do everything I can to make sure I don't suffer from depression.

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  43. I love the easy chicken pot pie tutorial! I love chicken pot pie but have never braved trying to make it!

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  44. I read your review of the PeaPod Toddler bed in your travel section.

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  45. I found this article for preventing tantrums very valuable. http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/08/wonderful-twos-and-how-to-avoid-tantrums.html

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  46. I liked the Pregnancy Must Haves post! Lots of good advice.

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  47. I really liked the post about turning 30... im about to hit that benchmark! scary

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  48. I loved the article about Benson's animal farm in the travel section. I grew up going to Benson's as a kid. I knew they turned it into a park it looks so nice. I would love to take my kids once winter is over ughhhhh

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  49. I liked natural remedies for postpartum recovery (dear best friend...).

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  50. I enjoyed the advice in Tips for museum trips with a toddler, definitely will come back to that article someday!

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  51. http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/08/photos-tips-for-museum-trips-with.html

    Great tips!

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  52. I like the Kid Friendly Quinoa Recipe (http://www.eco-babyz.com/2012/09/kid-friendly-quinoa-recipe.html). I'm always trying to get my kids to eat better but quinoa seems to be one of those foods they are rebelling against. Hopefully this will help. Thanks for the recipe!

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  53. I like the Green lunches post for kids. I wish our school had a less toxic cafeteria!

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  54. As someone who wants to conceive, I really appreciate the "Kids Change Everything" post... including the wisdom to enjoy the flexibility I have now.

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  55. i think How Do You Show Them Thankfulness? was helpful. thats def something I want to teach my daughter so I read every article I can find on the topic

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  56. The coconut flour chocolate raisin fudge recipes looks divine, though I don't know where to get half the ingredients lol!

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  57. The vaccine article in the pregnancy category. Something I am still deciding on. Such a tough issue!

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  58. I really enjoyed your "Products we <3' area. exp your reviews on the cloth diapers. I commend you for tackling the stink monster :)

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  59. natural remedies for post partum

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  60. I liked the article on going to the beach with a toddler.

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  61. I got sucked into the whole family health section. While there are many informative articles, I loved the ones on the dangers of 'every day' chemicals like fluoride

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  62. The "Kids Change Everything" post was a great read.. I honestly don't remember life before kids... seems like that part of my life is so distant!

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  63. Johnny Rachel MillerJanuary 24, 2014 at 3:11 PM

    We found the homeschool encouragement article to be most helpful. We have four little boys all in elementary school. We are not exactly happy with the progress that they are making and not making. We are trying to muster the courage to homeschool them...

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  64. I love the gluten free crepe recipe. I really want to try it. With recipes like that, going gluten free won't be so hard as I thought. Thank you for that.

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  65. I loved seeing your options for delivery gowns and water birth outfits. We are having our second waterbirth in May, and haven't chosen what to wear this time.

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  66. I really liked your There is only one mom like you. I do compare myself to others who seem to have it more "together" then me. I try not to but it's just our nature I guess. But your post did make me feel a lot better about myself so I want to say thank you for that =)

    raffelcopter tabitha b

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  67. I like the Boba Air review. I'm thinking about getting one for baby #2.

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  68. I REALLY like the Cosleeping is not a fad, cribs are post! I'm one of the only people I know that cosleep and everyone used to bash me for it. NOW, its a huge deal and benefit to everyone I know -shakes head-. At least the bashers are now the lovers!

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  69. Read Kids Change Everything, and it is absolutely the truth!
    It's not easy for me to admit, but I had a hard time adjusting...still do, sometimes. I LOVE my kids, but I became a mother a tad bit earlier than I maybe should have!

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  70. i like the real food in hot weather recipes

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  71. I liked the "Quit Trying To Be a Perfect Mom." Very good things to keep in mind!

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  72. I found the Toy Wars post was pretty interesting.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  73. I liked reading your Toy Wars post! Great job!

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  74. I enjoyed reading my breastfeeding learning experience. I found it interesting and helpful since I am currently bf my 2 month old son.

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  75. I really enjoyed reading 5 Foods That May Make a Breastfed Baby Fussy. I am determined to try everything I can to make breastfeeding successful when I have my first baby in April. I am pinning the blog post for future reference!

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  76. the post, "kids change everything" is oh so true! Part of me secretly wishes for the day when my kids will be old enough to be left at home by themselves for a few hours so I can run errands alone!

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  77. I really enjoyed the cosleeping article (Cosleeping is not a fad, cribs are {Dear Best Friend...}). We cosleep but don't know anyone else who does so we do get some flack about it.

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  78. I liked the article How do you show them thankfulness. I am struggling to teach my toddlers that concept right now so the tips were great.

    -Rachel N

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  79. I want to try your Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. They sound amazing and we love baking cookies here in my home.

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  80. I found the road trips with toddler very helpful. i have one that is soon to start potty training and didnt tink about taking a potty cover

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  81. abrennan09@hotmail.com
    I enjoy your Family Health section. Recently checked out the post on vaccines. I liked that you presented the facts/pros/cons as you found research around them. I've always had a tough time in deciding just what is best.
    http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/06/are-vaccines-safe-dear-best-friend.html

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  82. I've pinned your recipe for coconut flour pancakes. We eat mostly paleo around here, and I haven't' had a pancake in years. I'd like to try these! Thanks!

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  83. I read the birth story of your oldest child, and it made me really want to fight for my birth experience if we have another baby. My youngest was born in September of 2013 and was a hospital VBA2C. His birth was a wonderful experience, but I would like to work with a singular midwife rather than a practice. And I'd like to shoot for a homebirth so I can be more comfortable and around my older children.

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  84. I found the recipe about Tooth Remineralizing Gelatin Dessert very interesting

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  85. Quit Trying to be a Perfect Mom - some days I am better than others at letting it go.

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  86. I found your post on oils for tooth-remineralization not only helpful and interesting, but fascinating as well.

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  87. Baby Must Haves, Need-To-Haves and No-Need-To-Haves. So many products, and it's nice to know what you should check off for when preparing for a baby!

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  88. I liked the Kitchen Play: What Happens While I am Cooking article.

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  89. I found your post Let the Kids Play to be very helpful and interesting. It was a refreshing perspective and thoughtful advice about parenting.

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  90. I thought CoSleeping is not a fad cribs are was a helpful article

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  91. I love the cosleeping article! It makes me feel so much better about my choices and I'm able to understand better why my instincts are correct. I really enjoy reading a lot of the parenting articles

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  92. I really like the
    At the Beach With a Toddler! I've only been to the beach a few times since having kids, mostly while out of state. (california & virginia) I live in Maine, and well even one the hottest of hot days the water is so cold here itll turn your feet/body beet red..lol but my kids have enjoyed when we have been able to go! I have pics of my oldest when he was almost 2 in VA rolling in the sand :D

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  93. The pregnancy section and all the extra advise and tips

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  94. I could relate to Toy Wars for sure!

    I follow you on Google+, Sarah De Diego (Journeys of The Zoo)

    Thanks for making this open to Canadians.

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

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  95. Easy chicken pot pie recipe by your kids

    Rafflecopter Beth W

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  96. Love the Quit Trying to Be A Perfect Mom

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  97. I've always enjoyed reading your reviews on everything

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  98. "Pregnancy Must-Haves" was great, thanks for sharing!

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  99. How to avoid temper tantrums was great. Being silly our trying to distract them from what they are upset about are both great ideas to help my 2yo

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  100. I like the article "How to Pick the Best Stroller for Your Baby".

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  101. Kids change everything is so true

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  102. My favorites are the traveling with cloth diapers post and the cosleeping is not a fad post

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  103. I enjoyed my breastfeeding learning experience. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  104. I also love "quit trying to be a perfect mom" :)

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  105. i like the article if vaccines are safe! Very informative! I can never decide if i want to vaccinate or not!

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  106. I like your recipe for sprouted soaked flour crackers. I will be trying it soon!

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  107. How to pick the best stroller for your baby is my favorite!!

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  108. I love the Acorn Caterpillars! This is a great project for an indoor activity on rainy days.

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  109. I liked the Wonderful a Twos article, really hits home! Great tips, thanks!

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  110. The recipe for Kale chips looks easy and yummy.

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  111. I actually already had the easy chicken pot pie recipe bookmarked

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  112. I love the Toy Wars post! I know my children have too many toys, but have a hard time slimming them down.

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  113. I enjoy many posts but my favorite is the postpartum post!

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  114. Ettitude review of bamboo items :) And anything about breastfeeding

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  115. Baby Must Haves, Nice-to-Haves, and No-Need-to-Haves was an interesting read for this first time mom-to-be!

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  116. We're always looking for ways to use our goat cheese, so I liked the recipes you posted that called for it

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  117. I liked the traveling with cloth diapers post.

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  118. I like traveling with cloth diapers post! We love to travel, but dont want to have to always use disposables

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  119. I really love the Wonderful Two's and How to Avoid Tantrums!

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  120. This article is great: http://www.eco-babyz.com/2012/04/how-to-get-baby-to-sleep-well.html. My 6 month old is not napping well right now! :)

    amyallen76 at gmail dot com

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  121. I just discovered your gluten free French crepes recipe. It looks delicious! I'll have to try it for sure.

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  122. I really enjoyed your post on Kitchen Play! Growing up, my mom had a box with lots of fabric, some shoes, a bag and a couple other things that we could use to play with... it allowed for SO much imagination!

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  123. Always love your parenting articles, just re-read the one on toddler tantrums :) We have to watch our little man's triggers too

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  124. Kids change everything article was written beautifully

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  125. Tooth remineralizing gelatin treat was a helpful and interesting. The only brand I knew of was Great Lakes, I see you use NOW brand need to check out the price. And try this recipe.

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  126. The co sleeping is not a fad post was really interesting.

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  127. I love the article 'Cosleeping is not a fad, cribs are'. It is an issue especially near to our family's heart and it is reassuring to hear it layed-out so simply as up to each family. Thanks!
    me_juliet AT hotmail DOT com

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  128. I have a 2 year old so I found the article Wonderful Two's and How to Avoid Tantrums to be very helpful :)

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  129. i like the Balance: Have You Found It? article!

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  130. As a first time pregnant mom I appreciate the posts on pregnancy!

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  131. I liked the article on the safety of ultrasounds. I had thought it seemed like a bad idea and it was nice to see references to studies and data on this topic.

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  132. 30? Life is short

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  133. How to get started cloth diapering was a good one since I'm just about to get started!

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  134. I love the traveling and cloth diaper post

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  135. I like the coconut flour pancakes recipe. I bookmarked it to make some later.

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  136. I like the article Motherhood is hard, beautiful and fulfilling. My daughter is only 3 weeks tomorrow and it was nice to see that I'm not alone, this IS hard :-)

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  137. nestle thinks water is not a human right

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  138. I just traveled with cloth diapers for 5 days, by plane, no issues. Traveling is easy with CDs :)

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  139. "Surviving the Glucose Test" was very helpful! I had no idea that I had OPTIONS for that!!!

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  140. I loved "The Wonderful Two's and How To Avoid Tantrums"!

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  141. My favorite was the "At the Beach with a Toddler" post!

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  142. I loved "Children Yearning For Adulthood." My baby is only 5 months old, but she's already "growing up" quickly and changing before my eyes!

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  143. the kale chip recipe... i love food.

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  144. Bambo Nature: The Best Eco Disposable Diaper
    Glad to hear more about sposie options

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  145. I really like the blog post about what happens while you're in the kitchen. :)

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  146. I appreciate reviews and I really liked the Rileyroos Shoes Review.

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  147. Avocado beet goat cheese salad looks lovely

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  148. I really like the Baby Must Haves, Nice to haves, and No Need to haves post. Perfect timing to see this one too because I am registering this weekend. Thanks great read. =)

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  149. http://www.eco-babyz.com/2011/11/baby-ts-water-birth-story.html the water birth story was helpful to us giving us an idea of what it was about

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  150. The No bake mango pie post looks SO good; I'll have to remember this one as summer approaches.

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  151. I want to try your cheesy eggs with kale recipe :)

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  152. Actually I've been looking for a recipe for a chicken pot pie! Yours looks great! Also a super fan of tjs pie crust. Will try it!

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  153. I found the "Cosleeping is Not a Fad, Cribs Are" post to be helpful with information to support why I choose to bedshare.

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  154. I liked Wonderful twos and how to avoid tantrums

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  155. Wonderful Twos and How to Avoid Tantrums, because my boys will be toddlers soon!

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  156. travelling with cloth is a great one for us with family get togethers coming up, no one in our family's done it so it's been a mystery for us

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  157. I liked teaching them thankfulness because I find that is something that is something that is at times hard to teach. Well, actually it was much easier when my older girls (15,13) were younger, now I feel like we are reteaching them again. This time in much deeper ways. There are definitely things that I have learned and will use with our newest addition (4 months old son :)) Thanks

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  158. I like your recipe for soaked oatmeal raisin snack bars

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  159. I was reading the article "Natural Remedies for Postpartum Recovery". Mt LO is due any day now!

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  160. I found the article on "Healthing" with toxic cemicals interesting.

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  161. I like your recipe posts especially the Beef Tongue in the Crockpot

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  162. http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/07/zutano-and-vermont-creamery-vermonts.html I would love to try this! I only very recently discovered how delicious beets are!

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  163. The meatless mushroom pizza looks and sounds delicious!!! I think thats something my family would love!

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  164. I am expecting in March and I am very interested in cloth diapering, but I am hestiant on the initial cost. I would love to try a cloth diaper before I buy!

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  165. I really liked the wonderful-twos-and-how-to-avoid-tantrums article

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  166. I'm a newbie here! Just getting started reading...I love anything on finding and eliminating toxins in our everyday products.

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  167. I thought the "How to Pick the Best Stroller for Your Baby" was informative.

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  168. Loved the cosleeping article! As a mother who shares her bed with both of my girls from birth, I truly believe in the many benefits bed sharing has to offer.

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  169. Loved your article on cosleeping... Thanks for that!

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  170. Life is too short to blog write up was exactly what I needed! As a FTM parenting blogs have been a life saver and brings be back down to reality :)

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  171. I really enjoyed your Baby Must Haves, Nice-to-Haves And No-Need-to-Haves article! The suggestions of which companies have good products was very helpful!

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  172. I love so many of your articles! From cosleeping to postpartum and everything else, there is just so much goodness to be found.

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  173. Thank you for sharing the "Pregnancy must haves" blog post. I found it very interesting and loved the suggestions. I hope that with it I will be able to be well prepared for when I get pregnant, which we are hoping soon.

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  174. I enjoyed the traveling with cloth diapers article - very helpflu!

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  175. I love your article on "How to Cloth Diaper". I am expecting my first in a couple of months and just recently started getting interested in cloth diapering for my baby! Your article is definitely helpful for parents who are new to the experience. Thanks!

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  176. I really liked a lot of the articles in the Parenting section. Especially the Toy Wars one. I completely agree. We have way way too many toys around our house that our kids have received as gifts and we really need to sort out what to keep and what to give away because half of them aren't even being played with, they're just taking up space. I also really enjoyed the one about technology as a tool or a crutch.

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  177. I like the post-You've Got to Try This! #StonyfieldGreek

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  178. Loved the "Kitchen Play" post - very great tips!

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  179. I really like the life is too short to put your kids in daycare article. Having been a daycare provider I am slightly conflicted about it, however, I knew I couldn't put my own children in daycare... a double standard I know, but what is right for my family may not be what is right for another's. I wish everyone could stay home with their babies.

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  180. The article Wonderful Two's And How To Avoid Tantrums is definitely helpful! I went through it with my 7 year old when she was 2, 3, and 4 (LOL), and am not looking forward to it with my 5 month old in a year and a half! ANY advice, tips, experiences I can find is a HUGE help to dealing with the Terrible 2's!

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  181. Technology - Parenting Tool or Crutch was nice. Great discussion topics for me and my husband too!

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  182. Elizabeth CrabtreeFebruary 5, 2014 at 3:54 AM

    I really connected with the 'Quit Trying to be a Perfect Mom. I tend to beat myself up when I'm not able to do all the things I have planned out in my mind. I forget it is the best to just be there and live in the moment.

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  183. Loving how to get rid of toxic chemicals

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  184. http://www.eco-babyz.com/2013/06/nestle-thinks-water-is-not-human-right.html

    This article was spot on. I never knew until recently how greedy this corporation truly was.

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  185. I enjoyed your cosleeping article. I am still on the fence about having my newborn in bed with me but I love to snuggle her before bed.

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  186. I need to try the no bake summer mango yogurt pie. diesel_had_my_baby@yahoo.com

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  187. I like the Easy Chicken Pot Pie {Tutorial by my Kids!} Recipe.
    Thanks for the chance!

    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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  188. Cosleeping is not a fad, cribs are {Dear Best Friend}

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  189. I liked Balance: Have You Found It?

    Mallory Bailey
    mallorybailey1@gmail.com

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  190. I really liked the Wonderful Two's and How to Avoid Tantrums article. My son will be 3 in April so it's nice to see how other moms handle the meltdowns.

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  191. The kale chip recipe. I LOVE kale!

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  192. i found the traveling with cloth diapers post very useful. i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

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  193. I really liked your article - "Technology - Parenting tool or crutch" since we struggle balancing technology use in our house.

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  194. I like the Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe. I am going to try this out!

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