…your kids name your (kombucha) scobies and pretend they are pets. – Michelle Thiehoff
…you grind up an eggplant, put it in a jar with vinegar, put it in the fridge for 3 days, then use it on your son’s warts… and it really works too! – Gina Palmer
Your 16 month old thinks socks are for her hands! (because she goes barefoot everywhere!) – Unmistakably Food
You tell your 4 year old you’re having chicken nuggets for dinner and she says “Mama, what are chicken nuggets?” – Mommypotamus
Your kids beg for “special chocolate” daily and even ask for seconds. (“Special chocolate” = Chocolate Cream FCLO) – Kate Tietje
Your answer for everything from bug bites to fabric soften(er) is vinegar! – Autumn Peiser
For a snack your kid wants butter. Just. butter. – Becki Pembleton
Your kid’s ear hurts and they start saying, “I need my onions!” – Haley Smisek
Your OB’s nurse asks, “what is this D.C. is after your primary care Dr’s name” [D.C. = Doctor of Chiropractic] – Mindy Worley
You make brownies out of soaked black beans, you put bone broth in sippy cups and your toddler cries for sauerkraut. – Kelly Villareal
You let your children choose their own weaning date and then invite their friends to their weaning party. – Jolene Michele
You ask your daughter what she bought from the school bake sale and she replies, “Ewwwww. Nothing. Everything was covered in chemicals.” – Mommy OM
The phone in your bedroom rings in the morning and it wakes the entire family up because you are all in the same bed. – Debbie Cook St. John
Your request to keep your placenta is met with confusion by hospital staff. – Caroline May
You steal your placenta from the hospital when the nurses say you can’t take it with you. – Candace Spain-Smith
Now it’s your turn! What did we miss?
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