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I’m a outspoken and opinionated work at home mom of four trying to balance it all and my cup of coffee. I’m a homebirther, lactivist, intactivist, and an advocate of baby wearing.We’re a non-vaxxing, homeschooling, co sleeping, cloth diapering and attachment parenting family. Crunchy is fun, follow along and see 🙂

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  1. Suzan Hutchinson
    Jul 11, 2011 @ 21:56:14

    We need your help to raise awareness

    Last summer Amy Rae Elifritz went from being a healthy and happy 20 year old with her whole life ahead to losing her life in a matter of days . . . sadly, this could have been prevented.

    Did you know that tampon related Toxic Shock Syndrome is real, relatively common, and can be deadly? Last summer when Amy experienced flu-like symptoms the fact that she was menstruating seemed unimportant. A few days later, on June 13, she died from Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS).

    Lisa Elifritz, Amy’s Mom, founded You ARE Loved to help raise awareness about the link between tampons and TSS with the goal of saving lives. This summer, our new non-profit organization is seeking to mobilize bloggers to help spread the message and is inviting you to write a blog post on this important topic.

    I encourage you to read this note, check us out on Facebook and Twitter, read our informational brochure, view a two part story by the Indianapolis CBS affiliate WISH-TV (part 1 and part 2), see what others have done as a part of our blogging blitz (page of links), and also to do your own research.

    When you write about TSS and You ARE Loved, please share the url so that we can include it on our links page.

    Thanks in advance for considering the opportunity to partner with You ARE Loved in our effort to raise awareness about tampon related Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS).

    Suzan Hutchinson
    TSS Survivor
    Director of Connectivity
    http://www.You-ARE-Loved.org
    478.918.3224

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  2. Faylyn @ crunchymomsx.blogspot.com
    Jan 17, 2012 @ 14:46:25

    I am so incredibly happy to have found your blog! As a crunchy pagan parent myself, I’ve gotten sick of all the fanatical Christians on all the attachment parenting groups I belong to. I’m all about freedom of religion but I hate feeling completely alone in groups that I should fit into. So thank you thank you thank you for being here!

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