Natural Parenting - Making the World a Better Place for our Kids (and us) With our Blogs

What is natural parenting?  Today parents no longer fit nicely into the hippie, crunchy, or tree-hugger category when we choose to raise our children more naturally.  Many of us are modern, educated, working parents who choose to go back to the basic parenting styles that our ancestors believed in   That is not to say that being a hippie, crunchy, or tree-hugger parent makes you uneducated - just that many modern green mom's don't consider ourselves hippies, crunchy or tree-huggers.  The point is that we all share a common belief.  However, our blogs may feature different areas that are most important to us.  We are all learning how to advocate for our children and the environment through our blogs.

Many of us support breastfeeding, cloth diapering, baby wearing, natural childbirth, co-sleeping, organic living, and the aspects of our lives that lead to a more natural, eco-friendly and healthy lifestyle for our children and ourselves.  While we may not practice all of the aspects of this lifestyle - we all have the ability to learn from one another.  

If this sounds like you then please go vote for our Room of Your Own session at BlogHer 11.

Natural Parenting - Making the World a Better Place for our Kids (and us) With our Blogs

This panel will discuss how natural parenting blogs can:

  • Use their blog for advocacy,
  • Incorporate a family blog into their advocacy message,
  • Find a unique voice in their advocacy,
  • Build a stronger community,
  • Be respectful to others opinions,
  • Support brands and companies without hurting their message,
  • Continue our advocacy as our babies grow up (wean, potty train, etc),
  • Change the World with our blogs.

Panelists will include some of your favorite natural parenting bloggers from many different niches like: 
Calley of The Eco Chic (@TheEcoChic),
Kim of Dirty Diaper Laundry (@KimRosas),
Dagmar of Dagmar momsense (@DagmarBleasdale),
Desiree of So Fawned (@SoFawned),
Kelly of Kelly Wels (@KellyWels),
and maybe you!  Let us know if you are interested in being a panelist and what your favorite natural parenting topic is. 


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