Every new mother wants the best quality of life for her baby from day one.Victorian Organicscan help you turn that wish into a reality, starting with your baby’s first food – your breast milk. Barley green juice is a healthy, nutritious drink that can not only increase milk production in nursing mothers, but bolster its nutritional content. Read on to get our nursing mothers healthy green drink recipe.
Victorian lace was an art form, just as lace has been an artform for needle crafters all through the ages. The beauty, intricacy, and femininity of Victorian lace can not be surpassed. Whether crocheted or embroidered, lace is the human epitome of heavenly texture, like nature’s black lace silhouette of oak trees against the sunset sky, or feathery clouds patterning a windblown stratosphere with intelligent design.
The Victorian Era was a creative time for humankind and taught us how to open our minds and expand our horizons. The nineteenth century included great thinkers, transcendentalists, mystics, saints, writers, artists, psychologists, philosophers and educators. Women began to assert their rights and even threw off their corsets and rode bicycles wearing bloomers! The Victorians gave children their childhood wonder back by stopping child labor and beginning compulsory education. Children’s stories began to be written. Fairy tales, folk tales and adventure stories became part of our culture.
Victorian Organics offers organic cotton clothing and fabric for Eco conscious moms who choose classic design and high quality natural comfort for baby and home. The Victorian style children’s clothes are perfect for every special occasion that celebrates life, especially a newborn baby coming home, the Baptism or Christening of your little angel, or a birthday, wedding or holiday. Read more about Victorian Organics or listen to a special message from the founder.
A flock of fearless Stellar’s Blue Jays and their raspy calls of aggression are chasing the hawks out of the pine trees. I watch quietly with fascination that such a seemingly harmless bird could rule the woods with such authority. The hawks are annoyed enough to give up their turf and the jays win the battle. The jays also have the audacity to appease their omnivorous appetite by wreaking havoc on other birds’ nests, eating their eggs and newly hatched baby birds. How could such a noble looking bird be such a horrible singer and blood thirsty feudal lord over the woods?