Can balloons be eco friendly? What alternatives exist for balloons? Read on to find out! This is a bit of controversial topic and the bottom line Is that fully eco friendly balloons do not exist.…
In this article we will meet Emma, a Military wife and cloth Mama who is passionate about living a low tox life! With the recent COVID 19 pandemic she’s been working hard to help families create a healthy and safe home through the help of essential oils. Read on to hear all about her life and learn some wonderful tips, tricks, and recipes for living a healthier life!
For London mama, Caroline, making an effort to build a better future is even more important since welcoming her son to the world. While she started using cloth nappies part time to cut down on waste, she soon became a full-time user, and is now an ardent supporter of anyone wanting to make the switch from disposable. Realising you don’t need things is liberating, she says, as she encourages everyone to start with small sustainable changes in the hope we can reverse some of the damage we have wrecked on our planet.
New Zealand mama, Sam, wants parents to know that it is possible to do cloth nappies, even if you have very little time. Even more importantly, she wants parents to know they aren’t alone; that there’s a community out there ready to support you through the times when parenting can be as hard as being in a crisis. These messages and more she shares on social media, where she hopes the truth will reign over “Instagram reality”. We love her hope for the world of the future – one that is kinder, more accepting and more sustainable. A world where there is no war, love is love and all people are equals.
What’s it like being a stay-at-home mother to three children under four years old? Alexandra will let you know. She opens up about her busy and crazy life, the closest she comes to a parenting philosophy, and her passions outside of her family. After a frustrated start on her own cloth nappy journey, Alexandra became a cloth nappy consultant, and today she helps parents with their own start into the world of cloth nappies. She has many insights into common concerns and misconceptions faced by those new to cloth, including differing formulas for success depending on whether parents are deadest on cloth or on the fence.
Katie is a mum who spends her days filled with the joys of toddlerhood. She calls Townsville home – a city chosen for her husband’s job but one that has also brought much in the form of friendship. We caught Katie between trips to the beach to chat toddlers and life with a partner who works away from home and, of course, find out how she’s managed life as a cloth mum.