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  1. Toddler & Child
    This special section was created by natural product expert Amy Serotkin of The Mindful Home as part of Mothering's Ultimate Green Guide to Back to School Supplies. Check it out for many more eco-friendly, made in the USA picks for back to school. Little changes make a big difference. Choosing...
  2. Toddler & Child
    This special section was created by natural product expert Amy Serotkin of The Mindful Home as part of Mothering's Ultimate Green Guide to Back to School Supplies. Check it out for many more eco-friendly, made in the USA picks for back to school. Looking for some unique and eco-friendly...
  3. Toddler & Child
    This special section was created by natural product expert Amy Serotkin of The Mindful Home as part of Mothering's Ultimate Green Guide to Back to School Supplies. Check it out for many more eco-friendly, made in the USA picks for back to school. While the overwhelming favorite among parents...
  4. Toddler & Child
    Welcome to Mothering's 2013 Natural Toy Guide: a collection of the highest quality natural toys and gifts available this holiday season! We've carefully selected each item based on its superior materials, uniqueness, value and, of course, its fun-factor. Check out the items found in all guide...
  5. Family Life
    This special section was created by natural product expert Amy Serotkin of The Mindful Home as part of Mothering's Ultimate Green Guide to Back to School Supplies. Check it out for many more eco-friendly, made in the USA picks for back to school. The second most popular question posted on my...
  6. Family Life
    Recently, we ran a Spring Cleaning Contest and asked Mothering members to share the eco-friendly ways they've found to keep things clean. Below you'll find some of the great ideas our members shared, as well as awesome green cleaning products our community has recommended.   Photo by...
  7. Green Goods
    A great resource for parents and educators of teens and kids living on the spectrum.   By V.K. Harber   April is Autism Awareness Month and Tuesday was Autism Awareness Day. As a yoga teacher, I have had the immense privilege of working with children of various ages who exist on the...
  8. Family Life
    sponsored post Three years ago, Tracy Puhl joined the GladRags team as a customer service representative.  Now, at just 26 years old, Tracy owns Portland-based GladRags and runs it with a team of awesome ladies who are dedicated to showing women how simple, environmentally friendly and even...
  9. Baby
    The New York Times reported today that the FDA has banned bisphenol A, otherwise known as BPA, from infant bottles and sippy cups-despite its reluctance to admit to any safety hazards associated with the chemical.     Read the article   Image from SliceOfChic, used in accordance with the...
  10. Family Life
    You might know Kris Bordessa from her fabulous books for kids: Team Challenges, which is a book of cooperative trust-building games, Tools of the Ancient Greeks, and Great Colonial American Projects You Can Build Yourself, to name a few. Or you might recognize her as a travel resource for all...
  11. Family Life
    The following is a guest post by Mothering's Melissa Holik, dishing some behind-the-scenes how-tos for an article in our brand new March-April issue, "A Green Clean." As Laura and I were prepping for the "Green Clean" photo shoot, we sat down-as we usually do for these shoots-and made a...
  12. Baby
      Even though we can't hear them as well as our children can, the trees are trying to tell us to stop cutting them down 1. Let your hands air dry after you wash them in a public bathroom. 2. Ask for a ceramic mug for your low fat decaf latte. Often clerks default to paper if you...
  13. Family Life
    Charlie Banana, beloved to many of you as a source for cloth diapers, also make fantastic cloth menstrual pads for mama. Charlie Banana is giving the following away to one lucky winner: -a box of panty liners, -a box of Regulars, -a box of Supers -and a box of Super Plus...
  14. Family Life
    By Annie Berthold-Bond Dioxin in paper and chemicals in plastics can migrate into food. For example, everyone knows the taste of water from a plastic bottle that has been left in the sun. One should go to extremes to eliminate these circumstances and others that can cause such migrations of...
  15. Pregnancy & Birth
    This post is the first by several mothers who, in a monthly series, will chronicle their relationship with environmental toxins during pregnancy and breastfeeding. To see the article that spawned these posts read "The Toxic Truth: How Everyday Products Threaten Healthy Pregnancies." --...
  16. Family Life
    Welcome to the contour and fitted section of Mothering.com's special how-to video resource on cloth diapering. Following are videos from Mothering advertisers with helpful information and demonstrations on how to properly use the diapers they sell. This video resource is a web exclusive...
  17. Family Life
    Mothering has recently partnered with Greenhome.com, the most comprehensive marketplace on the Web for everything eco. Every time you buy a product from the environmental store on Mothering's website (located at http://mothering.greenhome.com/products), Green Home will share a portion of the...
  18. Family Life
    This resource list is a continuation of the article "Crazy for Cloth" appearing in the Jan/Feb 2003 issue of Mothering, page 36. All Cozy Baby (979)482-3744 www.allcozybaby.com Babies Under Wraps (888) 599-BABY www.babiesunderwraps.com Baby Bunz 800-676-4559 www.babybunz.com...
  19. Family Life
    "The best gift I ever gave a child was a gaudy cast-iron chicken that I pulled from the metal-recycling bin. I thought it was a joke that would leave the four-year-old boy out of the loop and endear me further to his mom. Well, both of them really like it, and it props their country door...
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