Dye-Free Holiday Treats Plus A Shirt Giveaway

Hi guys, I hope you all are doing alright.  It’s been a painful weekend around here, with lots of tears, prayers, and difficult discussions.  The horrifying events of last week in Connecticut really shook me up and made me even more thankful for what I still have. I would like to thank you for all […]

Monday Mashup! December 3, 2012

It’s December already?!  Noooooooo, surely not.  It’s early days yet, and I’m already stressed to my limit.  Probably from lack of sleep and stress from recent events.   Bah Freaking Humbug. I won’t even google that to see if I spelled it right. As if we parents weren’t stretched thin enough all year, here comes […]

Monday Mashup! November 5, 2012

Welcome back to a couple of semi-normal weeks before we are bombarded with yet another food-related brightly dyed holiday! Whew.  Man, I’m tired just thinking about it.   On the first Monday of each month I pose a question to you readers.  Leave your answers in a comment, and the CommentLuv feature will let you […]

Our First Dye-Free Easter

Well it was our first dye-free Easter, and I do believe the words “peaceful”, “fun”, and even “magical” could be used to describe it.  Our long weekend with family included lots of eating out at restaurants, kids’ birthday parties, and the best egg hunt ever.  This of course meant we were surrounded by gorgeous cupcakes, […]

Life On The Other Side Of The Rainbow: How Food Coloring Elimination Changed Our Child’s Behavior

As a follow-up to my inaugural post Why I’m Over This Rainbow, I want to share how our family life has changed since we ditched the synthetic food coloring.  Since our food coloring elimination in late July 2011, our child’s behavior has changed in several very noticeable ways.  She’s doing a little better in school, […]

Traditions That Make Your Kid Blue – Avoiding Food Coloring All Year

There are so many occasions that beckon us to bond and celebrate with colorful food.  Food and fellowship have been connected since the first time a Neanderthal shared his bison hocks with his cute neighbor two caves down.  Thankfully, these days we have lots of healthy options to help us avoid mammoth saddlebags, feral freakouts, […]

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