I can’t resist sharing these photos from my sister Kathryn’s beautiful wedding last Saturday at Sunnyside Conservatory in San Francisco. It was a perfect day in every way. Sweet William and Darling Fergus happily welcome Uncle Jon into our family.
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More than 200 scientific studies link BPA exposure to breast cancer, prostate cancer, birth defects, diabetes, obesity, and other health issues. Infants are at particular risk because their brains and organs are still developing.
BPA leaches from packaging into food and beverages, and it moves into our bodies. Exposure early in life increases infants’ risks of cancer and other diseases later in life.
The FDA banned BPA from bottles and sippy cups, but that’s not enough. Please take action to have it removed from infant formula packaging.
Coinciding with Sweet William’s second birthday, I have expanded and redesigned My Sweet William. In addition to product reviews and news reports, the site now features links to information resources, shopping, special interest organizations, and opportunities to get involved with environmental health campaigns. My Sweet William is my gift to William, Fergus, and every child, [...]
Only four days left in New Orleans before we depart for Wisconsin, where Sweet William and Fergus will see their Uncle Patrick receive his PhD in Forestry. We’re proud of him and glad we have a family member who can teach the boys about trees and wildlife. In the meantime, we’re doing our best to [...]
Fergus and Sweet William wish you a Happy Easter!
Mama and Sweet William are taking a personal day to recover from colds and an ear infection. William calls this “ick.” In the meanwhile, we thought you might like these snapshots from the past few months.
Moms Rising, Mocha Moms, and Moms Clean Air Force are hosting an Internet radio discussion with Lisa Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, about air quality and asthma. Click here to register a question or comment for Lisa Jackson. Click here to learn how to tune in. INTERNET RADIO PROGRAM: Mom to Mom – [...]
I have a modest and sentimental collection of vintage Bakelite bracelets. I began acquiring them when my husband gave me a pair for my birthday. They are wonderfully cheerful. I mixed and matched and wore them almost every day. When I was buying the bracelets, I learned a trick to tell whether they were real [...]