Plastic-free baby

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Jude doesn’t use the ubiquitous PlayTex sippy cups. And no, it’s not an “exclusive breastfeeding” thing. It’s because we do our best to be as plastic-free as possible. Yes, it started with Birdie’s allergies, but we’ve all felt the benefits of avoiding as many plasticizers as possible. The more I research, the more concerned I am that our world seems to be swimming in toxic plastics. Need convincing? How about estrogenic chemicals and carcinogens hidden in plain sight?

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Sunday, Sunday

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Plan A: Get up, put yogurt and granola on the table, oversee kids getting ready, feed everyone, make fellowship meal and clean up kitchen (simultaneously), shower, get dressed, pack van..

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Plastic-free play

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Birdie was about 18 months old when we figured out that the thing that was causing her odd, angry rashes was, of all things, plastics. I remember my confusion in those early days, and I see it now as friends and family struggle to accommodate the general, accepted vision of childhood while still keeping our girl safe.

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