Tribe & Health

Munster Madness

September 23, 2011 | 0 Comments
Munster Madness

                                            This company makes children’s clothes with a dark twist. The concept is based on a lost boy who grew up in a rough way. It is an ingenious line, and some of the nature ...

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Rainbow Food Radiant Children

September 17, 2011 | 2 Comments
Rainbow Food Radiant Children

Leah Forester Johnson my dear friend has a web site on nutritious, yummy meals for the children. She follows the Rudolph Steiner philosophy on education and believes in the sacredness of meal time. Steiner (who I will post about in the future) was the father of biodynamic farming and Anthroposophic Medicine. The Waldorf schools for ...

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Baby Moccasins by Beatrice too!

September 6, 2011 | 1 Comment
Baby Moccasins by Beatrice too!

  I can’t stand how cute these hand crafted shoes are for the little sprites!!  www.beatricevalenzuela.com...

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Pass the Butter . . . and no I’m not talking about Last Tango!

August 26, 2011 | 0 Comments
Pass the Butter . . . and no I’m not talking about Last Tango!

               photo from spatula magazine Since I’ve been so distraught over the closure of my food source Rawsome, I’ve begun to take the lead from my resourceful friend Sandy Hill and make my own butter and buttermilk. It turns out that this is a really fun activity that the ...

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Natural crayons for the sprites . . .

August 18, 2011 | 1 Comment
Natural crayons for the sprites . . .

My younger daughter Charlotte is almost six and she still finds a way to put everything in her mouth. For some children this has a soothing effect, and so I have tried to have our arts and craft items be non toxic and made in America. Even though traditional crayons are supposed to be non-toxic, they ...

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Take me to the river . . .

August 7, 2011 | 0 Comments
Take me to the river . . .

One of the highlights of my Tuscan trip was a day trip to an amazingly pristine river.  My dear friend and generous host has been going to Tuscany since he was a young child, so he knows all the secret jewel spots around Siena. One afternoon he took us all on a several mile hike ...

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