Monthly Archives: October 2010

Healthy Breasts Part 3

photo credit This is the last part in my little series on how to help prevent breast cancer.  Although choosing a bra that allows for breast movement and reducing your exposure to aluminum and other chemicals in antiperspirants are both … Continue reading

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Healthy Breasts Part 2

photo credit Yesterday I wrote about how bras impact your breast health.  Today is a continuation of breast health, but with an emphasis on something very “near and dear” to your breasts: deoderant and antiperspirant. Deoderant and antiperspirant look the … Continue reading

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Healthy Breasts Part 1

So as most people in America are aware, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  The National Cancer Institute postulates that the average American woman has a 1 in 8 chance of developing cancer in her lifetime.  The risk is higher based on … Continue reading

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Homemade Baby Legs

photo credit Baby legs are essentially leg warmers for babies and toddlers.  Paired with a onesie or a t shirt or dress, or even just a cute cloth diaper, they make diaper changes easy because you don’t have to unsnap … Continue reading

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My beloved clothesline

I know that “beloved” and “clothesline” are not usually words that you see together in the same sentence.  But I really do love my clothesline.  So far, of all our home improvement projects thus far, the clothesline and the reverse … Continue reading

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Homemade Mei Tai

As you know, I am already a big fan of babywearing.  I made the ring sling a few weeks ago, but I want to have a variety of carriers for different ages, stages, positions, and needs. Now, this is hypothetical still, but … Continue reading

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Cheesecake with Berry Sauce

My mom hosted a baby shower for me while I was visiting them in Pennsylvania, and I made a cheesecake for the dessert in lieu of the more traditional sheet cake.  I had accidentally left our favorite cheesecake recipe here … Continue reading

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