Are you a mother who has made a choice to parent your children naturally? If so, it can be a worthwhile adventure - but you may want the support of other parents who have been there. The Holistic Moms Network is a great organization for you! Here's more information:
History of the Holistic Moms Network
The Holistic Moms Network is a nonprofit organization devoted to helping other mothers parent their children naturally. Nancy Peplinsky started the organization in 2002 and since then it has been a way for these moms to live their dreams of supporting one another. These moms all that the idea of creating a holistic way to take care of their families. Currently there are more than 25 chapters of the HMN all over the United States.
Mission and purpose of the Holistic Moms Network
HMN has always invited all the passionate partners who share a common mission and purpose. Their mission is to create awareness on the importance of positive parenting and natural living to all parents out there. They also provide required education and offer all the necessary support required by the holistic parents. All these have been made possible through the provision of an open-minded, supporting and respectful community of people. These networks have been helpful in sharing ideas as well as learning from each other within the community. The purpose of this network is to bring parents together through various sources and teach them about green living.
Principals of the Holistic Moms Network
For a holistic parenting to succeed, everyone must understand and respect the connection of living things and its effects. Therefore, it encourages harmless living, peaceful communication, and healthy living.
Over the years, our organization have been driven by the following principals:
1. Parenting decisions must be made in an educative and informed manner.
2. Nurturing and building healthy relationships with one another.
3. Being part and parcel of our healing processes.
4. Ensuring balance in our physical, emotional and spiritual being.
5. Ensuring that our children grow as they respect the natural world.
6. Not exposing our young ones to the culture of adverts and marketing.
7. Consuming less, saving more, and living a simple lifestyle.