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One mom's plan to raise a kid — without raising greenhouse gases

Gal About Town

I don’t know about you mamas, but I’m over this winter! So Coraline and I have been hitting the town in search of new friends, fun, and a little skill building while we’re at it.


Chow Time

Baby Green sure has a lot on her plate! What’s the best way to wean your little one? Check out these options.

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Green as I Wanna Be Challenge 2010

What do you do “green?” Mama Greenest challenges you to do one small green thing every month until June. Can you go green?

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Little Bodies in Motion

Six months is only just a week away, but still my daughter just isn’t into rolling.


Bed Buddies

I believe in co-sleeping... which is not to say that there haven’t been many mornings where I wake up sore and exhausted and ask myself, “Why?”


Baby Steps and Eco-friendly Footprints

When it comes to living green, a small step is always a step in the right direction.


You Can Go Your Own Way

Mama Greenest loses the war against The Pacifier. Valley moms: What do you think of the "bink?"


Crafty Mamas — No Bedazzler Necessary

Sometimes the next best thing is actually the best thing — environmentally or economically speaking.


Thanks Given

As my older brother once said: “All families are dysfunctional — some are dysfunctional ‘ha ha,’ some dysfunctional scary.” Mine is certainly of the former variety.


Car Seats Are for Cars

This isn’t the first time I’ve found myself doing things I never thought I’d do. Here are a few of my “well, it works” moments so far. (I think whoever said “never say never” was a new mom.)


What Goes Around Comes Around

I can’t help but wonder: If we placed a higher premium on family then we do industry, how would our society be different?


Open Mouth, Insert Everything

What makes the cut when it comes to safe (and natural) ways to combat teething discomfort?


Taking the Baby Green Show on the Road

Mama Greenest unleashes a few of her travel tips for the green mommy-on-the-go.


Fluffy Bottoms

I realize that nine weeks of hands on experience doesn’t make me an expert, but here’s a straight-from-the-trenches (or should I say stenches) crash course in the various diapering options available to today's green mama.


Getting By with a Little Help from My Things

Here’s my review of the tools I’ve found to be invaluable six weeks into my green parent adventures.


A Love Like This (and other new realities)

These first three weeks of mommy-hood have been full of surprises

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One mom's plan to raise a kid — without raising greenhouse gases

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Shannon Gallagher

Shannon Gallagher
Rhinebeck, NY

Dutchess County native Shannon Gallagher is a contributing editor for Hudson Valley Magazine. An erstwhile thrill-seeker, these days she courts disaster of a different variety wrangling a spirited toddler, honing her vegan baking skills, and chasing the ever-elusive work-family balance. She teaches Pilates and does fascial bodywork, and lives in Rhinebeck with Coraline, a cat named Otie, and Sushi the Fish (named, of course, by the toddler).



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