The Autumn issue of JUNO celebrates the colours and textures of this beautiful season and there’s lots to of ideas to explore. Alastair Humphreys helps encourage us away from screens to explore outside and there are articles about loose parts play; post-dates pregnancy and induction of labour; and guilt parenting.
Andrew Green shares his family’s adventures with twins in Morocco; Cath Darling explains how mindfulness and self-compassion help her to parent alone; Jade Langton Evans shares real stories about breastfeeding through her photography; Sara Penn Williams talks about potty learning; and Zion Lights talks to Isis Velkova-Andrus about living minimally with purpose.
Also in this issue: Mary Dalton reflects on combining motherhood with being an artist; and Lou Harvey-Zahra shares how she approaches menarche and discusses periods with her family.
To help us focus on our health, The Seed SistAs share ideas for supporting women’s menstrual and reproductive health with a focus on fibroids; and there are ideas to help a cough or cold in Benaifer Bhandari’s homeopathy column.
Feel inspired with recipes from Shetland and Jo Robertson’s beautiful birth photography – this issue’s theme is the first feed. Also, find ideas for variety in packed lunches and learn to create a beautiful wreath to celebrate the colours of autumn.
There are reviews of bodycare products and a chance to win a range of prizes: subscriptions to Mud & Bloom, £50 to spend on breastfeeding clothing from Stylish Mum and boxes of Greencane naked toilet paper!
Lots to inspire in the Autumn issue of JUNO.
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