One of the most popular treats, of course, is chocolate cake. Whether it’s for a birthday party, an after-dinner dessert or just a way to satisfy a sweet tooth, you really can’t go wrong with this amazing Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake rather than one with shortening or white flour or — even worse — from a boxed mix.
A true perfect treat for our Gluten-Free and Vegetarians readers. Enjoy!
Ecological breastfeeding is that form of nursing in which the mother fulfills her baby’s needs for frequent suckling and her full-time presence and in which the child’s frequent suckling postpones the return of the mother’s fertility. Ecological breastfeeding, or eco-breastfeeding, involves frequent and unrestricted nursing day and night and is characterized in practice by the Seven Standards.
When a mother does eco-breastfeeding, she uses her breasts both to nourish and comfort her baby. She does not use bottles or pacifiers. She keeps her baby with her and sleeps with her baby. She follows the natural cues from her baby and nurses frequently. She exclusively breastfeeds for the first 6 months, and then (within a month or two) gradually offers other appropriate foods while continuing to nurse frequently.
What is Dyslexia?
Educators have not been able to agree on what dyslexia really is. Some authorities believe that it is strictly a language-processing problem, involving the distinguishing of sounds of letters. Others believe that it is a visual/perceptual problem, since these children also reverse words laterally (b/d) and vertically (m/w) as well as scrambling letters (the=het) when they read and write.
I believe that they are both correct. It is an auditory/language problem, a visual/perceptual problem, and often also a visual/motor (eye/hand) problem. I have worked with many teenagers who had been through years of tutoring in a good “phonemic awareness” program. Why were they still in my special education class?