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A breastfeeding support kit from a formula company is like a vegetarianism support kit from a pig farmer.
A formula company offering a free formula sample is like a suicide prevention line offering a free bullet, just in case it doesn’t work out (via @mediamum)
It makes no sense whatsoever. They have a vested interest in not supporting you. And they will be as sly and as deceptive as they can be.
Read more at PhD in Parenting
Missionaries probably shouldn’t be jealous of strippers. But sometimes they are.
Disclaimer: This posts contains foul language and ugly insights into the human condition, has nothing to do with health or motherhood, and everything to do with about a zillion teenage girls walking around in the U.S.
Maybe it sounds weird, I mean, since I’m a missionary and everything, but I could totally relate to this stripper, with her Juicy pants and spray tan. El Chupacabra and I have a little running joke that if our lives hadn’t turned a certain direction at a certain time, he would be in jail and I would be in a nightclub. We laugh about it, but we know that it’s really not that funny…and it may not be far from the truth. Who knows?! You could be reading the blog of Heidi Oaklawn, the Very Worst Stripper, right now. Or maybe you wouldn’t be. Or maybe you would….
Read more (if you dare) at Jamie the Very Worst Missionary
Is the FDA Fighting Against Our Health?
A growing number of people who believe that raw, living foods provide health and immune benefits are organizing to fight what many regard as an assault on the commercial viability of these foods and their producers by major food manufacturers
Many people who currently enjoy access to raw, living, biodynamic foods from local, sustainable growers and purveyors are concerned about what they see as an FDA that is using laws targeted at major manufacturers to obstruct, restrict, and prohibit small farmers and food purveyors, especially of raw, living, natural foods such as dairy, almonds, juices, eggs, etc.
Read more at The Examiner