Are you a new vegan mom or a mom considering making your family's diet more plant-based?
Let me guess... you’re a strange mix of terrified, thrilled, anxious, and excited?
You’re hopeful that the people who tell you that you're doing harm to your baby or child by not feeding them protein from animals are wrong, just like they were when they asked you how you'd eat enough protein. You're positive you're thinking of the health of your child and not being selfish, like some might insinuate. And you know from the center of your core that eating a vegan diet is the safest, healthiest, more centered thing you can do for your growing child.
But, maybe you just want to find a little hub of people who think like you to share your experience.
Just remember... if your diet is good for you, why on earth wouldn’t it be ten times better for a tiny version of you?
Vegan Momma is designed to give you the reassurance you need, whether it’s just to calm that silly doubt inside you or to hush an in-law who’s positive growing children need to drink cow’s milk.
I find more and more women who are looking for a way to raise their children in a natural, organic, holistic way and focus on a plant-based diet, but they're busy and just want the facts.
There is no one right way to raise a child and you've undoubtedly come across so many conflicting opinions and facts and data about how to do it that your head is spinning. Eventually you just need to trust yourself and do it the way you feel is best. Sort through the information you read and pick what works best for you. Vegan Momma is my way of sorting through all the information I read and picking what worked best for me. I hope it helps you as well.
As women today, just like women for all ages, we want the best for our children, and that best is tied to our current plant-based, natural lifestyles. Here you will find ample information on the best diet for pregnancy, natural childbirth, the advantages of breastfeeding, homemade baby food, recipes for children, and general information on raising vegetarian children.