Adventures in mommyhood

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Well hello there!
small icon Pictures, Images and PhotosMy name is Rebekah, call me Beka.
small icon Pictures, Images and PhotosI am 22 years young.
small icon Pictures, Images and PhotosI became a teenage statistic on November 9th 2010. I gave birth to my son Kael Thomas who is 3 years old.
small icon Pictures, Images and Photos I am breaking down the stereotype that young moms can't be good mothers. One day at a time.
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small icon Pictures, Images and PhotosThis blog follows my struggles and my triumphs as a mother. Care to follow?
---I promise it will be an adventure.

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Anonymous whispered : do you have any advice on raising a child naturally? like in many aspects

sunflower-mama:

Let them be naked on the earth. Let them taste weird things and teach em to respect all other creatures. Show them how to gently move bugs back outside and never let them pour salt on slugs. Don’t let them hear you utter a single word of judgement for others. Simply explain that those who you don’t get along with are on a different different path than you, and that’s okay.
Let them climb trees, even if it makes ya nervous. Build earth altars and celebrate the seasons and the flow of earth’s cycle.
Teach them about their bodies, tell them the real names for their body parts and how they work, and how to feed their bodies to honor them best. Don’t shame them for things like sexuality and nudity.
Feed them fruit with coconut cream for desserts and let them pick their own veggies from the farmer’s market or the garden that you’ll then cook together.
Read stories, build faery homes, and cultivate their imagination. Turn off the screens. Let them sleep snuggled in the warm nest of your arms if that’s what they need. Ask them what they dream about and never make them feel that those dreams are too big for them.