Sunday Surf: My favorite links this week

After so much travel recently, it’s been kind of luxurious to spend a full weekend at home. We’ve barbecued on our new patio, tried out a new fitness club, spent the day at a giant fair, and had a yummy tavern dinner. We also just got word that Baby’s new cousin was born last night, so it’s a wonderful weekend all around!

Here are some of the links that I enjoyed most this week. Happy Reading!

If you’ve wondered why some families are not drinking cow’s milk anymore, The Dangers of Cow’s Milk on The Natural Child Project provides a ton of interesting information.

If you need some inspiration to be green this week: What my daughter wants (and deserves) for her birthday: A toxic-free future on Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families Blog.

If you would like to read a brief but gorgeous poem about a moment of motherhood that all mamas can probably identify with: Quiet, Mama by Anne Bauer on Literary Mama

Have you heard of cardio-lates? If you’re looking for a new, free workout, check out the hour long video that Green Earth Bazaar posted on her blog.

Eve at Beautiful Spit Up posted a recipe for No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies that I really want to try.

Momma Jorje is doing an eye opening series on amniocentesis based on her recent experience.

As for news from I Thought I Knew Mama: I was thrilled to be selected as the blog of the week by Healthy Child, Healthy World, an organization that I am proud to support as they keep me informed and inspired on a daily basis.

Also, my joint giveaway with Natural Parents Network ends on 8.17.11 so please get your entries in for this amazing book: Book Review & Giveaway of Lonely Girl, Gracious God: A Mother’s Story of Autism’s Devastation & God’s Promise of Enduring Love

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  1. says

    It was surprising to discover that cows milk are fed to all the babies and toddlers in some countries, on inquiring I find that it has been a tradition for years but I also came around some families whose kids became lactose intolerance and they stopped feeding milk.

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