Weekend Moments for Mom {5.28.11}

Doing laundry with a two year old is making the chore take ten times longer!

  • Mayim Bialik (Blossom) on “Why Women Shouldn’t Fear Homebirth“Birth is not neat and fast and quiet: it’s gritty and primal. But it’s nothing to fear unless you also think we ought to fear women crying when they are sad or laughing when they are happy.”
  • Oh Amanda on “Seasons” “And this is where chapters stop and seasons begin. You have a season with one job, a season of a relationship, a season with another new job. A season of newborns, of toddlers, of teething, of potty-training. Short periods of time that feel like an eternity. They fill up every segment of your life to the brim–overflowing with importance.”
  • Katie on “Staycation Ideas for GR“Although Grand Rapids has access to amazing beaches at Lake Michigan within about an hour’s drive, there are plenty of fun things to do this summer right in our hometown.”
  • JessieLeigh on “Survival Mode….What It’s not”“We’ve all heard it, said it, or lived it.  At some point in your life, you either have, currently are, or will one day find yourself in a season of Survival Mode. There’s nothing wrong with that.  As long we always remember…”

Posted at the very end of our 3 day weekend {oops} so I hope you all had a wonderful one!

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Donielle is a natural momma of two, lover of real foods, and owner and editor of Grand Rapids Natural Living and Naturally Knocked Up. You can usually find her in the kitchen whipping up some nourishing foods, cuddled on the couch reading books to the littles, avoiding the laundry and Mt. Saint Dishes, or tapping away on the laptop. Her husband puts up with her sometimes crazy "hippie" ways, but loves her regardless. Welcome to my home away from home.