Wordless Wednesday: Healthy Living

This week we asked: What does healthy living look like in your family?

(Read more about healthy living in this week’s articles on the theme.)

Shannon says, “Since I have a black thumb, we like to visit our local farms as much as possible to help Moira learn where her food comes from.”

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.


From Jenn: An apple a day (fresh from the local orchard) keeps the doctor away!

Jenn blogs at Monkey Butt Junction.

From Charise: “Part of our commitment to healthy living is to get outside to breathe fresh air as much as possible – no matter what the weather!”

Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.

From Amy: Temptation is everywhere!  Q-ball is off to a healthy start by choosing Mama’s sweet potato salad, even when Daddy offers up a burger and fries.

Amy blogs at A Secure Base.

From Megan at The Other Baby Blog: Laughter and play; the healthiest living.

Amber writes, “Creativity in the kitchen inspires our family to live healthy. My son’s creation of fresh basil, freshly squeezed lemon juice, agave nectar, and water. Surprisingly refreshing!”

Amber blogs at Heart Wanderings.

From Valerie: Enjoy the outdoors! (Don’t worry; I’m washable.)

Valerie blogs at Momma In Progress.

Lindsey says, “For us, healthy living involves lots of playing outside, getting filthy and free-range adventures.”

Lindsey blogs at An Unschooling Adventure.

Jennifer says, “Healthy living is a first attempt at making it on my own.”

Jennifer blogs at Pondering Jane.

Rebekah says, “A steady supply of delicious fruits and vegetables contribute to a balanced diet and keep us healthy and feeling great.”

“And our boys enjoy every last bite!”

Rebekah blogs at Liberated Family.

Sara’s youngest daughter, Julia, helps water the garden.  Growing a garden is a good way to eat fresh, local, organic produce.

Sara blogs at This Mom Loves.

Lani says, “Healthy Living starts with healthy eating. Baby-led weaning/feeding has allowed us to offer a variety of healthy food. Foods and feeding have always equaled fun, it has naturally led to a healthy diet without struggle or force.”

Lani blogs at Boobie Time.

Rachel Insists on getting a couple strong lifts in while daddy cools down.

Chuck blogs at No More Neo.

Tell us: What does healthy living look like in your family?

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12 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Healthy Living

  1. Lauren  

    Ha ha ha, Valerie’s is hilarious. And I love the last one, too! :D

  2. Gaby@Tmuffin  

    Cute! I love the last one as well. And the basil smoothie creation does sound refreshing!!

  3. Melissa

    Adorable pictures! Great examples of healthy living!

  4. Terri  

    All these photos are so wonderful! Such healthy, happy families. Charise I always admire your commitment to get out whatever the weather.

  5. Dionna  

    Are those peas, Lani?
    Super cute pictures everyone :)

  6. Amy @ Anktangle  

    What beautiful photographs! I’m looking forward to a day today of wholesome food and outdoor activities after looking at these!

  7. Amy G  

    I love Lindsey’s picture. What a brave boy to go off on his own!

  8. Momma Jorje

    Great shots of lots of different ways we all try to live healthy lives!

  9. Christine @ African Babies Don't Cry  

    What a great collection of pics… so inspiring too :)

  10. Chuck Charbeneau  

    Just wanted to follow up and correct an error on the page. My site is called “No More Neo” short for “No more Neolithic Food.”

    I write about my adventures with the Paleo diet, health and fitness.

    Chuck C.

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