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15 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Compassionate Advocacy

  1. Marilyn @ A Lot of Loves  

    Great shots there. Some really very touching ones.

    Compassionate advocacy to me, means doing what I believe in, not judging others, but showing them by example and hoping they follow my lead.

  2. Melissa (MamaWhimsy)

    They are all so lovely, but Terri, oh my what gorgeous pictures! Thanks for including ours this week.

  3. Momma Jorje

    Beautiful photos! Kristin brings up an excellent point. I was far too protective with my older daughter and I’m trying harder to let my youngest get hands-on with nature.

  4. Farmer Dave

    I love all your pictures and being a father of 6 girls and 4 grand daughters I have had a lot of experience parenting girls, sad to say I don’t know much about boys. The thing that really stands out to me in parenting is working with my girls. We have a homestead farm and grow most of our food and homeschool our kids. By being with our kids every day we have been able to raise some great kids. My favorite homeschool lessons are embodied in this
    gardening course It is the best thing I have used to teach my children about growing their own food which is the most compassionate way to live.
    I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful babes
    farmer Dave

  5. Darcel @ The Mahogany Way  

    Terri’s pics are my favorite! How lovely. Love all the pictures though.

  6. Amy  

    These are all so beautiful! I love the photo of the hands…so expressive.

  7. Charise@I Thought I Knew Mama  

    Such beautiful families! I’m proud to be part of it!

  8. Kristi {at} Live and Love Out Loud  

    Such beautiful photos. The one of the little boys hand in his grandfather’s hand tore me to pieces. My parents were just here visiting from Hawaii and I miss them already. I hate that my kids can’t see their grandparents every single day. 🙁
    By the way, I just noticed that the tire swing in the header moves. Too cute!!!

  9. alicia  

    beautiful images. love the one of the mama 8 months pregnant nursing. happy WW.

  10. Terri  

    Oh I’m doing a happy dance that my photos were included 🙂 What a wonderful selection.

    Kristin you are very inspiring. I’ve been letting my kids play much more in the dirt lately and was so glad to see and read about you doing that too!

    Carissa – the photo of your son and grandfather are so very touching. We live near my grandparents, the children’s great-grandparents and the relationship between the oldest and youngest members of the family are so special. I live away from my Mother though at it’s hard for me not to have regular times and photos of her with the kids. Oh and I’m so glad I found your ‘Mama in the Kitchen blog – yummy!

    Momma Jorje I love that wrap with the tiny handprints – I’m sure you get a lot of compliments when out and about with such a cute bundle wrapped up with you.

    Charise I read the info on your blog about how it got it’s name – is that the piece you read in the dedication ceremony? I wish I had done something like that with my kids – is it too late? They certainly won’t lay quiet now!

    Ana – baby nakedness is the best!

    Melissa – Great brazen breastfeeding in the sunshine!

    Luschka – A beautiful family portrait. Your sister has a great role-model.

  11. Hannah  

    I just LOVE these pics! I’m a BFing mom of 7 currently nursing my almost 7 month old daughter 🙂

    I just added a BFing/Home Birth directory on my blog for other moms to meet/greet follow and share with each other. Would love to see you there 🙂

  12. tracy

    beautiful stories and lovely photos. very educational. although i know that many hill tribe women (here in thailand, where i am living as an expat from the states) tandem nurse and nurse until their children are a lot older than the “norm” in the West. i’m so happy to hear that other mothers do so as well. it’s such a beautiful, amazing experience for both mother and child. i was breastfed and am so thankful for my mom for that.