The F Wrap Black Friday Sale!

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Friday, November 25, 2016 Black Friday Sale!

ALL ‘SURPRISE’ PRINT CLOTH PADS AND WETBAGS.

Regular and Organic:

Buy 1 get 10% off

Buy 2 get 15% off

Buy 3 get 20% off

Buy 4 get 25% off

Buy 5 (or more) get 30% off

PLUS!

All ‘imperfect’ pads are 50% off!  (limited supply)

Use code “BLACKFRIDAYPADS” to place your order HERE.

SEE PRICE LIST BELOW FOR REGULAR PRICES.  THE APPROPRIATE DISCOUNT WILL BE APPLIED ONCE YOUR ORDER HAS BEEN RECEIVED.

PRICE LIST (regular/non-organic flannelette):

  • Light/Thong – $10.00
  • Light/Petite – $10.25
  • Light/Short – $10.50
  • Light/Short/Wingless – $10.50 (New!)
  • Regular/Thong – $10.50
  • Regular/Petite – $11.00
  • Regular/Short – $11.50
  • Regular/Short/Wingless – $11.50 (New!)
  • Regular/Long – $12.00
  • Regular/Long/Wingless – $12.00 (New!)
  • Heavy/Petite – $12.50
  • Heavy/Short – $13.00
  • Heavy/Short/Wingless – $13.00 (New!)
  • Heavy/Long – $13.50
  • Heavy/Long/Wingless – $13.50 (New!)
  • Super/Long – $15.00
  • Super/Super – $17.00
  • Super/Oversize – $19.00

 

ORGANIC PADS PRICE LIST (5 different fabric options to choose from):

*Available in Bamboo Organic Cotton Jersey, Bamboo Organic Cotton Velour, Bamboo Charcoal Fleece, Bamboo Organic Cotton Fleece, Hemp Organic Cotton Fleece, Organic Cotton Flannel and Athletic Wicking Jersey.  Some fabrics are limited supply.  Unless requested, the fabric used will be a ‘surprise’.

  • Light/Thong – $11.00
  • Light/Petite – $11.50
  • Light/Short – $12.00
  • Light/Short/Wingless – $12.00 (New!)
  • Regular/Thong – $11.50
  • Regular/Petite – $12.00
  • Regular/Short – $13.00
  • Regular/Short/Wingless – $13.00 (New!)
  • Regular/Long – $13.50
  • Regular/Long/Wingless – $13.50 (New!)
  • Heavy/Petite – $14.00
  • Heavy/Short – $14.50
  • Heavy/Short/Wingless – $14.50 (New!)
  • Heavy/Long – $15.00
  • Heavy/Long/Wingless – $15.00 (New!)
  • Super/Long – $17.00
  • Super/Super – $20.00
  • Super/Oversize – $22.00

 

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Rosalyn’s Story

Did you read last month’s blog post about Rosalyn and her miscarriage?  CLICK HERE if you missed it.

Pink and yellow flower website photo

 

Rosalyn’s baby is gone.  As they knew it would happen, the baby passed.  Physically, miscarriage can go a few different ways.  Sometimes it happens at home, naturally.  Other times it requires a trip to the hospital for a D & C, also known as dilation and curettage.  Rosalyn was hoping a D & C was not necessary and it wasn’t.  Her miscarriage happened at home, naturally.

I don’t have much of an update this month on Rosalyn.  Except that she is living her life, day to day, enjoying her family and their dogs.  She has a busy life!  She has been enjoying ballet with her sons, and trying to focus on staying positive.  She is truly remarkable and resilient.

I should add that every parent who has suffered a miscarriage will deal with their grief in their own way.  Because Rosalyn has been busy, strong, and positive, does not mean it’s not ok to be sad.  In fact, I am quite certain she has her moments of sadness and cries when she needs to.  I guess what I’m trying to say is that yes, she is moving on, she is ok, she is not giving up.  But, there is no right or wrong way to react to a miscarriage.  And if there were I am far from an expert on that subject.

I especially like this quote that Rosalyn sent me last month.

You just got to soldier on and make it through the other side, because lying down to die is not an option. And really, that’s all people with these fertility and loss problems do, is just keep moving, like a shark that doesn’t want to drown. We’re not brave, we’re just surviving.

 

I know Rosalyn is getting some help by sharing her story.  She has friends and groups that she belongs to that support one another.  We talked a bit about these groups during our last phone call.  I myself joined an online group when I was trying to get pregnant 7 years ago.  I know my group helped me a lot to get through those hard times when month after month I was not pregnant yet, and kept trying.  In fact, I am still friends with many of these women who were in my group at the time.  They are important to me.  They were my support system.  Today I am grateful for these friends, all of whom I have never met in person!

*Every individual is unique and will have different nutritional needs. The recommendations I make for Rosalyn may or may not benefit other women who have similar experiences. The nutritional advice given to Rosalyn is based on a specific, detailed health and lifestyle assessment.  If you are interested in a personal assessment for yourself, please send an e-mail to karen@natureprenatal.com.

Rosalyn’s assessments and recommendations are much more detailed than what is in this blog post. Here, I am sharing her most important issues and some random topics. The information that is shared between us is extensive and continual.

Right now Rosalyn is giving her body a break from the fertility drugs she has been taking.  She is focusing on healing her body with nutrition, and rebalancing her hormones naturally.  One recommendation I gave to her was to eat healthy fats.  Does this surprise you?  A nutritionist who is suggesting to eat more fat?!  Well, healthy fats, or essential fatty acids (EFA’s) are an important part of a healthy diet.  They are necessary for balancing hormones and supporting the endocrine system, as well as the nervous system.  We need EFA’s in our diet.  You have probably heard of the health benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids.  But, this is just one type of fat.  Overall, I recommend a variety of healthy fats (both saturated and unsaturated) that include fish and/or fish oil, cold pressed oils such as olive oil or hempseed oil, coconut oil, butter, eggs (especially eggs including the yolk!) nuts and seeds.

And in case you’re wondering, eating fat doesn’t cause you to gain weight.  Too many calories will!  Just keep in mind that fat tends to be higher in calories which is why you should keep it in moderation.  Generally speaking, we need about 20 – 30% of our daily calories coming from healthy fats.

 

I will be back next month with an update on Rosalyn.

 

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