This week we asked: What does ecological responsibility look like?
(Read more about ecological responsibility on our resource page, and enjoy this week’s articles on the theme.)
From Courtney: “Because we live in the country we can’t avoid driving our car into town, but once there I park the wheels, pop baby into the sling and walk to get my errands done.” Courtney blogs at A Life Sustained.
From Charise: “We keep plants and flowers in Baby’s room, and he waves to them and pets them every day. We hope that establishing an early love of nature will lead to a lifetime of caring about our planet.”
Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.
Jorje blogs at Momma Jorje.
From Melissa: “Ecological sustainability for our family has meant consuming mindfully, and as little as possible. Full term breastfeeding has been a big part of this, since it allows our daughter to get much of her food “from the tap,” eliminating the need for plastic bottles or sippy cups, and saving plenty of water and soap since nothing needs to be washed after she nurses! No packaging required either!”
Melissa blogs at The New Mommy Files.
Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.
Kieran learns to love the Earth by making spontaneous connections with nature. Here, Kieran and mama enjoy a visit from a manatee while they swam at Clearwater Beach. Later, they took time to learn about manatees.
Dionna blogs at Code Name: Mama
Isil blogs at Smiling like Sunshine.
Adrienne blogs at Mommying My Way.
Emily blogs at Embrita Blogging.
Sarah blogs at Parenting God’s Children.
Learn how to make your very own on Arpita’s blog at Up, Down & Natural.
Rebekah blogs at Liberated Family.
Tell us: What does ecological responsibility look like in your family?
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