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10 Natural Toys & Holiday Gifts for Kids

December 2, 2012
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These are my top 10 selections for the most unique, handcrafted, eco-friendly, non-toxic, fair trade, natural and imaginative children’s gifts of the season! Shop consciously and support these naturally minded small businesses and work-at-home families. 1. Padraig Cottage Wool Slippers Made by hand with the finest natural materials, these adorable slippers keep feeties cozy & warm. They are light and flexible, wash well and are available in a variety of colors and sizes for the whole family. Price: $24.99 & up Where to…

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Soft Star Shoes Review & Special Offer

August 9, 2012
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We let our babe go barefoot whenever possible. When he does wear shoes, we put him in minimalist shoes like Soft Star which are specifically designed for natural foot movement and healthy foot development. The wider design allows plenty of room for toes to wiggle around and spread out and the low profile, slip resistant soles helps to minimize trips when little ones are getting the hang of walking and running. We’re onto our third pair of super soft Vegan Hotcakes which have been great…

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Food + Recipes

Warm Apple Crisp

June 10, 2012

Who doesn’t love a warm Apple Crisp topped with ice cream? This recipe from The Waldorf Kindergarten Snack Book is simple, comforting, healthy and delicious! Gather Lots of apples (I usually use about 6 Pink Lady apples) 4-5 cups oats (I use GF Harvest Organic Gluten-Free Rolled Oats) 1 stick of butter, melted (or 1/2 cup melted Organic Earth Balance) 1/2 cup maple syrup 2 tablespoons Safflower oil Pinch of Sea salt Love Method 1. Peel and Slice the apples. (An old-fashioned apple…

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Creating an Inspiring Playspace for Children

April 22, 2012

I wanted to create a playspace that inspires creativity and imagination and nurtures growth and development. I invested in a few key pieces that are open-ended and will grow with a child, but you don’t have to spend a lot of money to create an inspired playspace. Many items can be made by hand, found around the house, thrifted or upcycled. Simplify After our oldest turned one around the holidays, we received more toys than we knew what to do with!…

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