I received a product at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. The Vintage Pearl is a company based in Tulsa Oklahoma, that handcrafts beautiful jewelry and accessories on site, in the U.S.A. Their beautiful pieces include necklaces, bracelets, rings, keepsakes and much more.
This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own.
Did you know that Stonyfield is the official yogurt sponsor of the 2014 Boston Marathon? They’re sending 10 runners, handing out organic yogurt to runners, family & volunteers, and they’re giving away tons of healthy living prizes on the day of the marathon (tweet or Instagram the day of the marathon with #StonyfieldSuperFan.)
Until my daughter was 4 we had fluoridated city water, called one of the “Ten Great Public Health Achievements” of the 20th century by the CDC. If you have city water, you’ll be giving your children fluoride by default, unless you use only bottled water for everything, including cooking. Our dentist explained that even if your child doesn’t drink tap water, eating pasta cooked in fluoridated water is enough and no more is needed. I didn’t think much more about fluoride until we built our current house, which has well water.
Post contains affiliate links. Up On the Hill is an online and B&M (Shepherdstown, WV) shop that carries cloth diapers, eco-friendly toys, household items, babywearing goodies and locally made products. The store is owned by an old friend of mine, and she and I are co-hosting the Great Cloth Diaper Change again this year!