If you've read my post on Home Births or "Coloring" you'd know that I'm all about taking the natural approach to baby-making and child-rearing. Our kids are exposed to enough chemical cocktails once they come into this world, the least we can do as parents and protectors is start them off with a clean slate. Here's a list of some of my favorite products, books, and sites helping moms and dads everywhere fight the good fight!
FitPregnancy.com is one of my favorite sites and magazines that has awesome exercise techniques, recipes, and a cool Facebook app to keep your friends and family updated on your pregnancy progress.
Check this eco-friendly store with everything from cute nursery items, all natural clothes, and plenty of reasonably priced toys to stock your baby arsenal.
With a variety of flavors for every age group, Earth's Best offers a quick and easy alternative to pureeing your own baby food and has none of the extra additives of more popular jarred brands.
Mothering.com has been on the forefront of the natural parenting movement sharing sample birth plans, advice from Doulas, as well a green living links. It's the one stop shop for all things natural since 1976.
The leader in non-toxic cleaning products and chlorine-free diapers, Seventh Generation is available at most local grocery stores as well as online.
The ladies who brought you "The Business of Being Born" follow-up their documentary with a book that helps moms to be to take back their voice and realize their own power during the birthing process.
One of the nations leading midwives, Ina May Gaskin, discusses the benefits of natural childbirth and how we can reclaim trust in our bodies and the birthing process.
What are some of your favorite resources?
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