"Baby must go down drowsy but awake!" "Don't bedshare!" "Cosleeping gets Mom the most rest!" "Nursing to sleep helps comfort and soothe." "They'll never learn to 'self soothe' if they don't cry." This is enough to leave your head spinning@ . Pregnant and new families have enough to worry about - sleep should not be one of those things!
Almost all toxins fall into one of three classifications. When a client hires me for a Healthy Home consultation, we look at their family history and determine which category to begin with for the reducing stage. Although some toxins fall into more than one category, we focus on the top priority and go from there. So, what are the three classifications.
Once upon a time in a land called Blisstown lived a woman named Kate and her 8 month old son, George. Kate was a stay-at-home-mom - or was she a work-at-home-mom, she wasn't too sure. She "sold" those essential oils on the side but who really has time to focus on a business with a baby anyway?
Allesanda received her Bachelors in Behavioral Science from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in December 2013. She now lives in North Texas with her husband and three children. As a maternal support practitioner and educator of family sleep and eco-friendly living, she blogs about family sleep, wellness, nutrition, pregnancy, birth, postpartum, holistic health, and parenting.