Mama Moments Monday {Link Up}

Welcome to Mama Moment Mondays!

If you’re featured below or have been in the past, help yourself to a featured button (you’ll find the codes on the sidebar). :) As usual, the weekly featured are based on your visits and will be pinned to pinterest and shared across social media.

3) Waiting and Hoping During Infertility
2) Room for Two: My Reaction to Having a Second Child
1) Five Favorite Kitchen Clean-up Thingamabobs

Now, onto this week’s link-up!

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Topics may include

  • homemaking
  • homeschooling
  • natural living
  • personal wellness
  • family-life
  • attachment parenting
  • working with or parenting children with special needs etc.

My rules are simple:

1) Please place a hyperlink in your post or a link-up button on your post or sidebar so others can find us and participate.

2) As a courtesy, please visit at least one other link and leave a comment for that blogger, letting her know that you’ve visited. :) Positive comments are a great way to make a blogger’s day.



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“Our Days” Homeschool Week-in-Pictures Link Up

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Welcome to this week’s “Our Days” link-up:

“Our Days” Homeschool link-up is a place to share our weekly projects and show our curriculum-of-choice in action.

If you haven’t linked up to the blogroll, please do so here

Since we school year round, this will be a weekly link-up until further notice. :)

See y’all next week!



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Need Healthy, Whole Food Recipes Your Family Will Love?

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We read the books, watch the shows, and hear the news–whole-food based diets are the best way to provide nutrients for our families, especially our growing children. Oftentimes preparing well-balanced meals can feel intimidating to busy moms, moms of large families, moms on a budget, and moms in general.

On a quest for healthy meals that are easily prepared, I started working through cookbooks. Here are a few of my favorites. The recipes are large family, budget, and child-taste-bud friendly:


From the Kitchen of Two Sisters: A Satisfying, New Approach to Slimness, Vitality, and Health by Danielle and Lindsay Voeller: For the busy mom, this book is very much open and go with recipes calling for rice milk, spelt flour, Bragg’s, flax seed mixture (in lieu of eggs), and natural sugars–no need to hunt down a substitution! I also own the DVD, which offers cooking and nutrition tips presented in a way anyone can understand. For my daughter’s 7th birthday, I made the carrot cake and the children enjoyed it!

Over the years, I’ve used the cookie recipes for travel, as the ingredients are wholesome enough to provide a healthy snack or even a convenient light meal. My daughters and I will bake up a large batch just before a trip and my husband, the road-warrior, says they keep him away from the drive-thrus.

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