This past weekend I attended the Pinners Conference in Atlanta, GA. This was my first time attending the conference and I had no idea what to expect. I knew that there would be crafting and I’d registered for a couple of classes that I was excited for. But I still wasn’t prepared for what turned out to basically be Disney World for crafters.
When you have a baby, it seems like whipping out the economy size of Purel is the way to go. I’ve been to many homes where there are literally gallons of the stuff just sitting out there waiting to dry your hands, and yes, even germs, out. But here’s the truth about alcohol-based hand sanitizers: they’re terrible for your health and the environment.
Today we welcome Nicole Johnson, the Lead Sleep Consultant from The Baby Sleep Site to The Crunchy Mommy. Getting babies to sleep more and better is a popular topic and here’s what an expert has to say!
While baby wearing is a great way to get through the fourth trimester and bond with your baby, some parents worry that baby wearing may negatively impact sleep. Some parents worry that their baby won’t sleep without them while others worry their baby won’t get adequate sleep unless in a crib. Neither things are true! Baby wearing and sleep can go hand-in-hand.
It’s no secret that my family and I love maple syrup. We’re huge pancake and waffle eaters (I’ve even managed to make a delicious keto recipe for pancakes) so naturally maple syrup is practically on tap here (see what I did there?). We were incredibly excited when Coombs Family Farms invited us to come to Vermont to learn about the maple syrup process up close and personal.