Hi! I'm Gina, Christian, mom, writer, raising 2 precious girls with special needs. I'm here to support moms raising kids with special needs & on special diets. What can I do for YOU today?
October is “Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” and this means one thing: Pinkwashing. What is pinkwashing? It’s actually a marketing ploy that brands use to sell more products by branding things with the color pink, even – not kidding here – fracking drill heads. Pinkwashing is generally done with a blind eye turned to the fact that many of these products that are pink-labeled actually contain
This post contains affiliate links. I received a copy of this book to facilitate this review; all opinions are my own. My kids are super fussy and have multiple food issues, so I gave up on “cute” kid lunches a long time ago but every now and then, I wonder if I could expand their palettes with a neat Bento box. After all, just putting
Halloween is here again, and for many of parents, it’s a scary time of year for kids on special diets and allergies. How do we keep our kids safe from the many foods they can’t eat at this time of year? For example, here is my daily list of foods my kids avoid: glutens dairy and caseins dyes/preservatives soy corn GMOs MSG Of course one option
When my daughter was born, I didn’t even think there were options to the tried and true big name brands for baby care products. Years later, I was horrified to learn how toxic they were – full of parabens and other dangerous chemicals that can cause diseases or cancers, negative behaviors in kids and put uber-sensitive children, like my girls, over the edge. I don’t
I realized a big problem I had last week while working out to my review subscription to Crunch Live: I had no idea what the fitness class instructor was talking about! What on earth is a glut and how can I find it? If you’ve found yourself challenged by fitness terminology that stalls you in the middle of a workout, you know what I mean.