A resource and networking group for Mothers who breastfeed, have breastfed or plan to breastfeed. Friends who support mothers who breastfeed are also encourage to join. Full term breastfeeding,child led weaningfrom birth and beyond.See More
A group for fans of cloth diapering to gather, discuss products and methods, help with questions or problems, and generally share the joy that comes from making babies bottoms and parent's pocketbooks as well as the environment happier and healthier.
Oh Canada, plenty of forests, mountains, fresh water, Oceans, and untouched land with a partial Socialist government. Absolutely beautiful no almost everywhere in Canada.A group for those who are from, are living in, or just love Canada.See More
I am a new mom. I have now forgotten I was ever any different before my angel came into my life. I am very lucky to have so much love around me. My husband and son and I are the center of my life.
I am a stay at home mom. I do not have cable, by choice. Prefer to NOT have my thoughts prescribed to me. Sometimes I feel like I am in a bubble sheltered from all the stupidness of mass media and society.
I am very aware of all the atrocities that go on in the world.I mean the ones you don't hear about on the news. Sometimes I feel that I can't relate to most people anymore because of it. I feel like the world has a blind fold on because it's easy.
Love cooking! Try to make every meal as healthy as possible to keep my family healthy and chemical free.
Love entertaining! Having good times, letting loose, enjoying moments with great friends.
My dreads were crocheted in, but I love them anyways. I am looking forward to watching them change and grow along with everything else in my life, including me. The crochet recovery is long though and I wish I had not gone that route.
How long have you been dreading?
Dreading methods, maintenance, and products used (if you currently have dreads)
My fiance weaved my dreads with a crochet hook to put them in.No products used. Have a dready lady come to my house for maintenance, she pulls the stray hairs back into the roots of the dread with a crochet hook.