A common-sense study completed in New York showed that eating more healthy does indeed make children more healthy. Who’d of thunk? continue reading »
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I was looking through some old materials my wife received from the WIC office, and I ran across a few pages of recipes that use various ingredients that we can receive from WIC. One of the recipes caught my eye, but not in a good way. continue reading »
If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you might remember how a while back I did a few giveaways from Fresh Baby. Well I have one last giveaway to do for them! This one’s for their So Easy Baby Food Basics cookbook, and I’ll also throw in their Mama Jewel Breastfeeding reminder jewelry if you breastfeed your baby! Read on for more details! continue reading »
I’ve asked myself this question. A lot. Just as I’m sure anyone who has ever received government assistance has asked themselves this question. And if you’re on some kind of government assistance (and even if you’re not…) and haven’t asked yourself this question lately, maybe you should. Because it’s a good question to not only ask yourself, but to wrestle with, and to come to some sort of conclusion on.
I’ve wrestled with it. And I’ve concluded that no, I am not and should not be ashamed to be on government assistance. continue reading »
I’ve been called many names since starting this blog. I’ve been called a “welfare whore.” I’ve been called lazy, greedy, and rude. I’ve been called a hypocrite and a moocher. I’ve been cursed at, judged, and questioned constantly. I think it’s about time I speak against the hate. continue reading »