Although I have stated that the Natural Family BLOG is dedicated to homebirth, my top posts from the past two years might indicate something else.
Since I started writing this blog in 2005, one of the main goals has been to help families get to the root cause of illness. I was a vaccine damaged child and feel that my life was altered because of a bad reaction to my inoculations. I have struggled with lifelong DEADLY chemical and food sensitivities. With more runs to the ER than anyone in the family, I have been one big histamine storm after another since I was two. Asthma, Allergies, and skin problems were and are my daily struggle and although I have been greatly aided by my willingness to cleanse my liver and gall bladder and use alternative healing as much as possible, I still struggle with asthma and allergies.
I just went into my stats and realized that most of my top posts, in terms of traffic, for the past few years are all tied to vaccines. People are looking for this information and want to educate themselves with the facts. I thought it might be a good idea to link to my top twenty five posts to make it easier for you the reader to find this information. With the debate raging in the Blogosphere over gardasil this past week my traffic has jumped exponentially and many new visitors are coming in for a look for the first time.
Since my Blog is dedicated to Healthy Families here are the top posts, most of which have to do with Vaccinations.
This is perhaps the most insulting claim against home birthing Mothers, that we are somehow putting the “experience” of childbirth over the health and well being of our children.
It is a tired and pathetic claim and at the risk of insulting just about anyone who has chosen to have an epidural, does ANYONE at all believe that a Mother who requests every possible pain relieving drug an OB can offer is thinking about what is best for her child while she gives birth?
The poo can be flung both ways… here is a video backing up the assertion that Mothers looking for a tranformative experience are indeed thinking about what is best for baby.
My Talk today will be based on the scripture in John 14:27
27 a”Peace I leave with you, my bpeace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be ctroubled, neither let it be afraid.”
John Chapter 14 is perhaps one of the absolute best Sermons Jesus Christ ever gave to the People of his Day and it has many applications for us in these end times. In this chapter of scripture the Savior Jesus speaks of many mansions—He says that he is the way, the truth, and the life and that to see him is to see the Father—He also promises the first and second Comforters.Read More »
Thesis: The New Millennium finds the modern woman at a crossroads. Will we continue on this path of destruction forged by medical science, or will we claim our sovereignty as women and restore/retain The Divine Feminine and claim our freedoms of self-determination?
Note: Since there is no Criteria, University Curriculum, Certificate, or acknowledged academic cap and gown that could be used to designate myself as a Doctor in the Philosophy of Motherhood, I went out and bought myself a new apron, and offer the words of this dissertation combined with the pictures of my family as evidence and proof of my credentials as a PhD MH!
*Message to any person who has come across this Dissertation –
We Mothers have to know what we are about. Since the world, especially the education establishment, largely holds the daily work we do in contempt, we need to stake our claim and stand tall, confident, and clear on what our efforts mean, not just to us, and our families, but to society as a whole. For anyone who is thinking about becoming a parent, please carefully consider the words that follow.
One of them, who happens to be the “baby” of our family, told me something years ago that I still think about all the time.
It was a bit of parenting advice she gave that I had solicited. (I always like to pry any sort of parenting ideas from anyone who will share them…some of my favorites are from those who don’t have children yet…they have such a fresh, unbiased outlook on the mothering thing.)
When I asked her advice, she looked at me with my gaggle of small children surrounding me and said, “Make sure your kids do one thing they are really good at. And help them stick with it with all your might.” Read More »
Greetings young mothers. I remember the crazy love-filled years, when my children were infants and toddlers. I wouldn’t trade those years for anything. Yes, the house was messy. Yes, I hardly read, but I sure had fun!