The previous poster had great advice. I'm just popping in to add my experience. I used to love cheese but cut dairy out completely and I have to say that it completely repulses me now. It took a few months, I think, but every day was easier. Cravings change dramatically once you take the food completely away for a while.
Can anyone recommend a really good prenatal massage therapist in or near either Brookline (where my friend lives) or near Northeastern University in central Boston (where she works). I'd like to get her a gift certificate so if you had contact info, that would be awesome too!
Thanks in advance for your help! :
I am not 100% raw and have no personal desire to be although I do think it's possibly the most healthy and healing way to eat. It's just too expensive and takes more planning than I'm capable of right now in order to get the nutrient balance right.
However I am high raw (60-75% or so) and I eat some cooked vegan and I am feeling GREAT- just wanted to give you my disclaimer.
For me, the best way to start was by committing to a green smoothie every morning. I'm...
I loved (LOVED!) wrapping until my baby was about 6 months old and he's been in an Ergo every since. I have many happy memories of my little guy wrapped. I have never tried a mei tai but I think I would love that.
We keep 'ours' at the public library. Added bonus that there's usually plenty of new friends built in to play with.
We have a small house and really try hard to practice simplicity so we're avoiding the cost and waste of the huge toys. No judgements made- I just mean it would be a waste for us because we have access to these items for free and no need to store them. I can easily see why you might like to own one if you don't have easy access to one for your child. ...