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 Post subject: Re: Do you consider yourself crunchy?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:06 am 
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Drunk Dialed Ian MacKaye
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kdub wrote:
I don't think anyone would consider me crunchy?? Besides being part of a CSA, buying local/organic as much as possible and breastfeeding, we don't have a lot of crunch going on! I suppose we have some grey area... W sleeps in our room, I had a drug-free hospital birth, we get a lot of hand-me-down/second hand clothes.
I totally agree with the "pick and choose" method. And I love what C&S says about being lazy. I think my husband and I are both laid back and I think this will be one of the biggest influences on our parenting style!

I agree about the "pick and choose" method too. We just do whatever works best for us, which is often the laziest. And I don't really find myself that crunchy, but to someone like my mom, I seem super crunchy. I think being considered "crunchy" is really subjective.

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