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Haha. Boy I bathe, wear makeup and even dye my hair (I like to change it up, but I didn't dye during pregnancy nor during the first 12 months pp). I mostly wear yoga pants but do own nice clothes too. I have a humongous shoe collection. I really don't look 'crunchy'. At all.
We select delay, eat natural/organic, cloth diapered (do I get extra points for sewing some), rearface til 5, use herbal remedies (and hardcore meds when necessary - but a common cold just won't justify those). We coslept. We play outside a lot and didn't let the kids use computers until school (the kindy bases literacy tests on PCs). We don't have cable and only one tv. But I'm a huge polluter cause I drive a minivan and fly often. So I suppose I'm not crunchy.
Interestingly, my crunchy friends Vax on schedule or like me. I only have one non vaxer crunchy friend. The other non vaxers I know are very far from being crunchy.
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For some reason, I am not able to insert my image. I keep getting error message. I think I somewhat crunchy although I do not look like it. I do select vax, I breastfed, only organic food cooked from scratch; forage for wild mushrooms and other edibles, hike, use herbals and homeopathic for mild staff.

I also have a model's body and I love to dress nicely: dresses, make up and high heels are a must for me. Looking at me, one would never guess that I am "crunchy" I guess:)

Sorry, did not take the quiz, no time .

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