Supporting breastfeeding families is a passion very close to my heart. Breastfeeding in modern society is very hard. Which makes celebrating the breastfeeding relationship something that is needed! Whether you breastfeed for 3 days or 3 years the breastfeeding relationship needs to be celebrated! Some of the most extraordinary women I met were breastfeeding mothers. I have been honored to be apart of some of the most intimate and raw parts of so many families. These experiences have shaped and humbled me in ways I never imagined possible. It is my hope that all families have something tangible to celebrate their relationship relationship!
Over the past year I have been studying and experimenting to make the perfect formula for Breast Milk MileStone™ Jewelry. I am overwhelmed with excitement to be announcing that I am finally ready to accept some orders! I know many people who would love a piece. The great amount of time and precious metals that go into making the Breast Milk MileStone™ make them out of the budget to many. Which is why I am inviting you, my clients and dear friends, to enter in a Mother’s Day Special Celebration!
Up to ten women will be selected to get a sterling silver Breast Milk MileStone™ ring and matching earrings similar to the one pictured for a $50, a fraction of the retail value($250).
To enter you must:
Be a client, friend, family member, professional colleague or peer
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Be able to provide 3 ounces of breast milk. (If you can not get 3 ounces you can still enter with minimum of 1 ounce but will have a limited warranty.)
If you are not client, friend, family member, professional colleague or peer you can still enter to win a $50 gift card!
Mothers will be selected and announced on Mother’s Day 2017.
I’m reluctant to share about this family-friendly gem hidden in the Gila National Forest, because we like remote camping locations with little outside interaction. This is our weekend getaway place. Three hours from El Paso is a beautiful Small town called Silver City. Drive 45 min into the Gila National Forest from Silver City on highway 180 and turn left on Bill Evans Rd. You end up and the gorgeous Bill Evens Lake in the in the middle of the mountains.
Reasons we choose Bill Evans Lake:
It is an easy drive from EL Paso.
No access fee-Free camping!
The roads are maintained so my Jetta makes its right to the camp site.
The lake slowly gets deeper. I do not have to worry about my child when playing in the water.
Record breaking fish have been caught out of the lake.
If you camp during the week you will probably be alone at night.
It is only 45 min to civilization in case on an emergency or supply run!
Other people who camp/fish there are typically locals and the town has great people!
Amazing Wildlife and breath taking views.
What I packed that made camping with a four year old and four month old enjoyable:
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Lavender and Tea Tree Roll-On Essential Oils (Normally I use Doterra, however Aura Cacia is a super affordable option. I like this brand for topical use and diffusion. It is a great option for camping. If something happens to it I wouldn’t be upset and it was very convenient in a roller.)
Acrylic Paint set (My four year old loves rocks. We painted them with creatures and made a tic-tac-toe board)
Chew Beads A must have to keep baby entertained while hiking!
If you purchase anything use promo code “bliss” for a discount!
The weather in Gila was absolutely manageable in November with the children staying in a tent(with us). Our routine was based around staying warm.
This is what we did:
Mornings: Woke up around 7am. Nick made breakfast and coffee. P played in a heavy jacket. R and I stayed in the tent until it warmed up around 9am.
Afternoons: By 1pm the weather was beautiful. We hiked during this time in light clothing.
Evenings: Made a fire and bundled both children up. If it was too windy R chilled in bumbo inside the tent with the door opened.
Night: R slept in a insulated Carter’s sleeper and P slept in normal pjs and her sleeping bag. We were quite comfortable every night. However, there was heavy wind the last night which was distributive to sleep. We applied lavender to help everyone through the night.