I’d like to welcome a new advertiser to Crunchy Domestic Goddess – Lily’s Garden Herbals, maker of natural, herbal, non-toxic household cleaners. You may recall that I reviewed these natural cleaning products a few months ago and was very pleased with the results.
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Her ad is located in my left sidebar. Welcome, Lily’s Garden Herbals!
In case you aren’t on the Business of Being Born mailing list, but are waiting for the DVD release to Netflix, I wanted to let you know you are going to have to wait a little longer. The Netflix release has been pushed back to Feb. 26. The good news is that the reason it was pushed back is because BOBB is now planning a theatrical run in Chicago, Seattle, and Tulsa. So, yay for more exposure! The bad news, of course, is it that means more waiting, unless you happen to be in Chicago, Seattle or Tulsa. Then by all means get yourself to the theater! :) And then email me and let me know what you thought!
Other birth movies on the horizon:
Le Premier Cri (The First Cry) – which follows 10 pregnant women all around the world, as they live, work and give birth. – This looks amazing and brought tears to my eyes the first time I watched the trailer. If you’d like to know more, here is a translated interview with the director.
Home Delivery – This film documents the lives of three women in New York, who for very different reasons have decided to go up against social trends and take the birth of their children into their own handsâ€¦ and homes. – This film looks very different than the birth movies I’ve seen/heard about in the past, but seems very interesting as well.