August Link Round-Up: Linking generations through milk, blood, magic, and mentoring

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At the end of each month I look back over Facebook and Twitter to review the conversations we've had and the resources we've shared, and I compile the very best all in one blog post.August included celebrating World Breastfeeding Week and offering our congratulations to Molly Remer on her publication of Womanrunes.We also talked about Pagan groups raising funds to help unaccompanied minors who are entering the U.S.And as usual, we read some great articles around the web at the int … [Read more...]

February Link Round-Up: Dragons, Gods, Mothering, and Social Media

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We've been busy here at Pagan Families! Having Pagan Tea Time, welcoming Molly Khan and Hannah Johnston, and keeping up with all our parenting and priestessing and other projects.And here are some of our favorite links from beyond Pagan Families:* On creating a myth together with a young child: "We can’t play with the dragon in the same way we used to, since his body is gone, but he is still our ally and we can talk to him whenever we want."* "The Summer of Gods is a short film (20 mi … [Read more...]

Review: Birth, Breath & Death: Meditations on Motherhood, Chaplaincy, and Life as a Doula

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Reading Birth, Breath & Death makes me want to hold my family close and also hold my heart open to strangers. And it makes me wish that Amy Wright Glenn had written more.Glenn, who's been a philosophy teacher, birth doula, and hospital chaplain, meditates thoughtfully on birth and death and the body-spirit through-line of breath that connects them both. She observes, "So many women never witness childbirth until it is directly upon them, until they themselves are in labor. Death, like … [Read more...]


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