In The Kind Mama, Alicia Silverstone shows that if we kick nasty foods that fight our bodies and replace them with nutrient-rocking “clean” foods that heal and nourish, we can create a more positive baby-making experience, from ...
Author: Alicia Silverstone
Category: Health & Fitness
The bestselling author of The Kind Diet offers practical solutions for a healthier, more vibrant approach to new motherhood When did making babies get to be so hard? Infertility is on the rise globally, affecting as many as one in six couples. But instead of looking at diet and lifestyle as key factors, doctors are racing to pump their patients full of expensive and invasive fertility treatments. Once pregnant, women just accept that carrying a baby will be the gassy, swollen, irritable, sleepless nightmare that has become the new normal. Once their babies are born, they assume it will be just as challenging—from breastfeeding woes to screaming fits and constant trips to the doctor. It doesn’t have to be that way. In The Kind Mama, Alicia Silverstone shows that if we kick nasty foods that fight our bodies and replace them with nutrient-rocking “clean” foods that heal and nourish, we can create a more positive baby-making experience, from conception through the third trimester (and beyond). By encouraging basic diet and lifestyle modifications and drawing on wisdom from medical experts, friends, and her own experience, Silverstone has created a one-stop guide that empowers women to take charge of their fertility and pregnancy, and helps them to embark on a healthier, more vibrant path to parenthood.
Mr. HOLMES told me that he had seen Mr. repetition of a phrase of that kind which in an ordinary commou- Porter ... I remained at Home all day my dear Mama on purpose setters to Lady Doughty or to his mother — the latter the more to see ...
And while I'm not the kind of lactivist who par— ticipates in nurse—ins in Target (although if that's your thing, more power to you), I am the kind of lactivist who thinks it's entirely appropriate to feed your baby in public when ...
Author: Erin MacPherson
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
Category: Family & Relationships
The new mom initiation ritual involves sleepless nights, an inexplicable obsession with baby booties, and more questions than answers. This take on everything baby offers new moms the Christian girlfriend advice she needs to feel confident in her new role
said Elfie , for she thought of all the loving talks she had had with her kind mama , and the funny stories her papa had told her . I hope you can be sent to me on my birthday or next Christmas so that you can hear all the good things I ...
Author: Ontra Rodgers ReddickPublish On: 2021-07-26
How Mama's Life Changed Mine Ontra Rodgers Reddick. “stupid woman. ... And then I began to realize that this man whom I had allowed to treat us in any kind of way in the past was not allowed to do that in my home.
Author: Ontra Rodgers Reddick
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Category: Biography & Autobiography
For the Love of Mama is a candid and explicit look into the life of a young, confused woman through the eyes of her daughter who is trying to make sense of her life while trying to find her own way. Mama made many choices and suffered the consequences of these choices she made based on her immediate needs for a specific season in her life. The book shows how her decisions not only affected her, but how these decisions also affected her children who basically went through life, trying to find out who they were and where they belonged. The book shows how on one hand, her children grew up with a desire for the “proud look” they had witnessed from their youth and, on the other hand, the humbleness she always seemed to possess. They each tried to blend the two and ended up with an insatiable need to prove something to the world and to themselves that could not be satisfied. None of them knew who they really were. They just imitated people they saw and wanted to be like without stopping to count the cost. You will witness in For the Love of Mama how the seeds of God’s grace and mercy prevailed throughout Mama’s life. For the Love of Mama will touch your heart, and it is guaranteed to stir your emotions. You will agree that Mama was really something special and God truly had His hands on her all her life.
So far from resisting this , the little bird fully appreciated this mark of delicate attention , and whenever it wanted feeding afterwards it appealed to its kind “ mama ” —by opening its mouth and flapping its tiny wings - for ...
217 66 " mama F.R. , that I have heard their charming note just before daybreak . ... and whenever it wanted feeding afterwards it appealed to its kind mama ” —by opening its mouth and flapping its tiny wings - for nourishment , which ...
We laugh it off when we crash into each other, but sending another Mama's tenyearold back to the beach crying and ... It looked like a photo from a surf mag, the kind of photo that would tempt you to buy an undersized overpriced bikini.
Author: Wilma Johnson
Publisher: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW
Wilma Johnson was living on the west coast of Ireland with her family, balancing the challenges of being an artist, wife and mother, until, in her forties, she was gripped by a deep desire to seize the day, and moved to Biarritz to become a surfer. The plan hits troubled waters as she arrives in France with her marriage on the rocks and three children who speak no French. Her first attempts at surfing are disastrous; resulting in bruises, broken bones and a damaged ego, but when she experiences the euphoric feeling of catching her first wave and sets up the Mamas Surf Club, it’s all worth it.
“It's kind of stupid. But I actually feel better seeing her there.” Mama loved thunderstorms, and she would run into the backyard in her nightgown to watch, getting drenched with rain. She didn't ask what I thought about storms, ...
Author: Leslie Pietrzyk
Fifteen-year-old Alice dreams of her first kiss, has sleepovers, auditions for Our Town, and tries to pass high school biology. It's 1975, and at first look, her life would seem to be normal and unexceptional. But in the world that Leslie Pietrzyk paints, every moment she chronicles is revealed through the kaleidoscope of loss, stained by the fact that Alice's mother, without warning, note, or apology, deliberately parks her car on the railroad tracks, in the path of an oncoming train. In the emotional year that follows, Alice and her older brother find themselves in the care of their great aunt, forced to cope and move forward. Lonely and confused, Alice absorbs herself in her mother Annette's familiar rituals, trying to recapture their connection -- only to be stunned by the sound of her mother's voice speaking to her, engaging Alice in "conversations" and offering some insight into the life that she had led, beyond her role as Alice's mother.
“ It's funny , how things happen - she was the kind of woman my mama always wanted to settle down with - and my mama should've taken her away from me while the taking was good . But my mama of course couldn't - she was still in Georgia ...
Author: Bertha Harris
Publisher: NYU Press
Reprint of the Daughters edition of 1972 with a new 57 p. introduction in which Harris blasts the original publishers. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR