An Interior Designer by trade and now a work at home mom, Anastasia stays busy with one free-spirited three year old girl, a little boy born November 2011, and one sweetheart husband. She loves photography, art, culinary experiments in her kitchen, being outdoors, and dancing to Russian folk music with her daughter while nobody is watching. Anastasia enjoys sharing her passion for family oriented, healthy and frugal green living. You can take a peek at her not-so-ordinary parenting at Eco-Babyz.

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Early Pregnancy Checklist

By Anastasia B

If this is your first time being pregnant, chances are you’re not quite sure where to start. There are a few important things to take care of in early pregnancy. From revisiting your diet that directly affects the fetus, to finding the care that’s right for you. Here are some things you should add to […]

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Boston Earth Day Events

By Anastasia B

This coming week don’t miss out on the abundance of Boston Earth Day events that your kids will love. It will teach you and them a thing or two about reusing, recycling, minimizing waste, and healthy living. Here are some great Earth Day (and week) events you don’t want to miss! Earth Day Party for […]

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Healthy Snacks

By Anastasia B

I know I am not the only mom that feels like snacks are all the kids really want. While in my experience less snacks also means cleaner plates at dinner time, a day doesn’t go by without eating a snack of some sort. In our house we only stock healthy snacks, believe me when I […]

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Organic Baby Clothes: Spring

By Anastasia B

Ah, sun. How I missed thee this solemn winter! Thankfully we can now think about spring baby clothing for our little infants and tots. Even better if it is Eco friendly spring baby clothing, made from sustainable materials such as bamboo or organic cotton. We love these finds that just scream spring! Happy season is […]

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Etsy Easter in Boston

By Anastasia B

I am all for shopping local and supporting local artisans and crafters. Did you know you can shop local on Etsy? This really neat feature lets you find crafty people near you. If you are in the Boston area and you celebrate Easter, you should check these Etsy Easter finds for Bostonians. A lot of […]

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Boston Wild and Scenic Film Festival and EcoFest

By Anastasia B

Bostonians!  There is a fun event happening this March 31st! The Wild and Scenic Film Festival sponsored by ‘e’ inc. will take place at the Atlantic Wharf’s Waterfront Square (290 Congress Street). The EcoFest activities are free and the admission to all films is just $5. It’s great if you’re in the city and worth a short drive if you […]

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Planting a Spring Garden

By Anastasia B

I do not particularly have a green thumb, nor do I have any land to plant on. I am interested in container gardening though. Interested is the key word there! I don’t know when I’ll actually get around to realizing my dreams of growing our own veggies, but until then a girl can dream, right? […]

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Tegu Blocks Mobility Hatch Giveaway!

By Anastasia B

    My toddler is obsessed with blocks and building. Her latest obsession? Tegu. Okay, so maybe it is partly my obsession, I admit. She loves these as much as I do and guess what? She no longer gets terribly upset at her creations falling apart or toppling over. We received the Tegu Hatch to […]

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Massachusetts CSAs

By Anastasia B

It was 55 degrees outside today, beautiful being out with kids! That of course made me think of the pending spring and all the CSAs in Massachusetts that are still accepting members. Sigh. I want to get on the CSA wagon, if only I could convince my husband. If you are in Boston, there are […]

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Why Avoid Genetically Modified Food

By Anastasia B

    You may have noticed a lot of talk about genetically modified organisms in the media lately. But if you’re new to the subject, do you want to know why you would not want to eat genetically modified food? We will give you enough reasons not to think twice and start reading labels. I […]

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