About Natural Moms Blog
Hi, I’m Lexi. I dreamed about becoming a work at home Mom for 10 years. Today, at last, I am living my dream. I have 3 children ages 7, 13, and 19.
To me, natural parenting is:
A style of parenting that recognizes, respects and nurtures the natural development of children. It is a parenting approach that reaffirms every mother’s and father’s natural abilities to protect and ensure the survival of their young. It is a lifestyle that is eco-friendly and preserves the environment for future generations.
Natural parents practice many of the following:
- natural childbirth
- exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months
- continued breastfeeding into toddlerhood
- cloth diapering
- gentle discipline
- alternative remedies for health conditions
- whole foods diet
This is why I was thrilled to put up Naturalmomsblog.com. It contains articles about natural parenting, tips and information for natural mothers (and fathers) and others who are seeking a more natural lifestyle.
I began this blog to stimulate a deeper interest and discussion on natural parenting and eco-friendly living. I also hope that this blog will relate natural parenting concerns to current issues.
A little more about me: Before I became a work at home Mom, I worked in UNICEF for 14 years. I am a freelance writer and certified childbirth educator. For two years, I wrote a monthly advice column about work-life balance in Good Housekeeping Philippines. I have also worked in children’s television and public information. I have a bachelor’s degree in communication.
If you have any suggestions or questions, please feel free to contact me.
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As a Mom who strives for natural living, I come across some resources and products that work for me and, therefore, I highly recommend. When I find something that I like, I try to become an affiliate for it. That means that, if you buy that product or sign up for that course through my link, I will earn a commission from it. However, if there is something I like but it doesn’t have an affiliate program, I will still recommend it.
You can be assured that I only recommend products that I myself have used and would be confident recommending to my own mother and sisters.
The only exception would be Google ads. To the best of my ability, I have blocked out ads for breastmilk substitutes. Other than that, I cannot control what products or services are promoted in the Google ads that appear on this site. However, I do need the ads to help pay for the website. I hope you understand.