This Is Me

Natural Birthing, Breastfeeding, Co-Sleeping, Baby Wearing, Non-Vaccinating, Cloth Diapering, Homeschooling, Momma To Three

Friday, August 6, 2010

I'm Still Alive!

It took me a little longer than expected to get myself back into regular every day life following our trip, but I'm still alive.  I'm making preparations to re-start up the blog, my goal is to re-post my intro on Sunday/Monday and introduce new blog entries the following day =)

Friday, July 2, 2010

What's Going On?

You may have noticed that I practically wiped my blog clean, it's kind of because I became frustrated with the direction I ended up going with this.  I set out to use this blog to share information that I've found, information that's formed my ideas, and I've only spent time doing background stuff.  In a couple of weeks we'll be going out of town for my sister's wedding, when I return I will be revamping, and restarting this blog to be what I originally set out for it to be.  This might be a weird thing for me to do, but like I said I'm dissatisfied with the way I've gone, I'd rather share background info here and there within the real information rather than spend a month or more (which at this rate is what it would take) just covering background on my life.  I'd just rather start from scratch.  So watch for the renewed blog to begin sometime after July 21.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Who I Am, And Why I'm Here

First a little introduction.  My name is Teresa, I'll turn 23 in November, I'm married to my high school sweetheart, Dustin.  We have three sons, Philip, Marshall, and Hunter, current ages 2, 1, and 3 1/2 months.  Philip, our oldest, has Down Syndrome.

The past three years have been a journey for me.  While some areas of my mothering were formed before I ever had my children, others were ideas that needed further cementing before they really took, others still were unheard of when I started this venture into life as a mother.  This blog is about sharing that expedition, my experiences, and the things I've learned and researched that have led to the choices I've made for my children.  So read along if you care, you may learn something new, and if you keep an open mind, you may just find yourself taking steps into the not-so-mainstream world.