As you know, I’m helping promote the AWESOME Natural Mothering e-book bundle this week (the links in this post ARE affiliate links, as an FYI) and I thought I would share what I am most looking forward to using. A while ago, I shared what we do and what we don’t do as far as green/frugal living. This is kind of a list of things that I WANT to learn to do 🙂
Nourishing Foods for Labor and Childbirth – Kresha Faber
I’m writing this a week or two early and I’m hoping that I don’t go into labor so soon that I don’t get a chance to read it. While this is birth #3 and the second at home, I’m eager to find out if there is anything I can add to improve the labor & delivery!
oh, crap. potty training – Jamie Glowacki
I have pretty much decided that I have better things to do than try EC seriously. I have tried it half-heartedly twice, but I’m just too busy to add that to my roster. I DO have a 2-1/2 year old who just doesn’t care about potty training right now. This could be useful.
All of these:
Herbal Nurturing – Michele Augur
Herbal Remedies for Children During the Cold and Flu Season – Rosalee de la Foret
Mother’s Little Herbal Helper and Home Remedies – Natalie Vickery
Questions to Ask Your Dentist – Will and Susan Revak
Tips and Tricks to Remineralize and Repair Your Teeth – Ramiel Nagel
This is kind of my pet project this year — herbal, homeopathic & essential oils for health care.
Kids in Training – Rebecca Dulgarian
Life According to Me – Stephanie Dulgarian
The Family Dinner Project – Rebecca Dulgarian & Stephanie Dulgarian
I’ve actually been eye-ing the Kids in Training since I read about it at Dating Divas. The others I hadn’t heard of before but look like beautifully designed fun!
Creative Ways to Make Family Holiday Memories – Kit Singleton
I also can’t wait to do this one. This is one of my favorite things to do and I’m actually wanting to take the tips and twist them for other seasons/holidays as well!
I’m also really looking forward to some of the freebies & coupons — especially Fit2B Fitness Studio — the last bundle I bought included her information, but I was too pregnant to make good use of it so I’m hoping I can utilize it this time.
I also wrote an extensive post of Cloth Pantyliners and I’m curious to use the LunaPads discount to see how the pads stack up to the menstrual pads that I purchased for post-partum use.
For more details on what the bundle includes, check out this post for details and all the fine print!
What are you looking forward to reading or using from the Natural Mothering Bundle?
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