Grain-free/GAPS-friendly blueberry muffins and lots of parenting links!

October 12, 2012 · 0 comments

Blueberry muffins were a staple of my childhood. I cannot wait to try this GAPS/SCD friendly version! (Chef Shane Kelly)

Thoughts on struggle, childhood, and the idea that everyone can achieve a single version of success if they just work hard enough (Teacher Tom)

Excellent information about breastfeeding and feeding with hypoplasia/insufficient glandular tissue. Of particular importance — how to recognize it (KellyMom)

The most straightforward and non-scary advice about screen time and youngsters (naeyc for families)

This essay on parenting and feminism gives me lots of food for thought (The Nation)

One of the best articles I’ve read on food and kids (Core Parenting)

It horrifies me that an entire continent of people are at risk because colonialism destroyed their ability to grow their own food (Global Post)

I’m not sure how I feel about this article and its discussion of the breastfeeding bias (TalkBirth)

Why do we act like children aren’t going to walk on my own? This really baffles me. (Janet Lansbury)

I love how this post contrasts inappropriate, dangerous, and sad working conditions for children around the world with appropriate types of hard work for children both abroad and in developed countries. (PhD in Parenting)

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