Since I didn’t get a chance to post as much about food and gardening stuff as I had hoped this month, here’s a few links on those topics for your reading pleasure!
7 Ways to Survive the Zucchini Flood at Simply Rebekah – I have zucchini bread in my oven right now – I’m right in the middle of the zucchini flood and can’t wait to try out some of the recipes!
Adventures in Gardening – What I’ve Learned Thus Far at Kinda Crunchy Kate – Kate learned some great lessons that can be helpful for all us novice gardeners.
Use the fresh herbs from your garden to Make Herbal Sun Tea at Frugal Granola.
Preserving Summer’s Bounty at Keeper of the Home – A HUGE resource of links of all different types of methods for preserving all different kinds of foods!
Also, I was over at Green…Your Way this week sharing A Beginning Guide to Cloth Diapers.
And I just have to share this post from Megan at Sorta Crunchy on Resources to Guide Responsible Living. My heart and mind is so in sync with Megan on these issues. I always find myself feeling like she read my mind while she was writing her posts. I am reading Green Like God, and Everyday Justice is on my list to read. Good Stuff!
What I’m Babbling About this Week:
Cherishing the Bedtime Moments – do you still rock your toddler to sleep? I do, and I’m okay with it!
A Day in the Life of My Toddler Boy – I’ve said before that I’m not quite sure what to do with my son who is all boy in so many ways. Follow along with some of his adventures for a day!
Should Children Be Banned From Public Places? – my thoughts on some of the recent bans on the younger crowd.
8 Lies Toddlers Tell on a Regular Basis – a humorous look at some of the things our toddlers try to get away with!
10 Cloth Diapers for Modern Parents (and their toddlers) – check out some of the cutest, and some of my favorite, brands of modern cloth diapers.
Don’t forget to enter The Bag Lady Giveaway this week! Hope you all had a great green weekend!