Nature Study: Seussical Fruit

 


So much of the flora here reminds me of a Dr. Seuss book. I’ll update once we figure out what this is!

ETA: Thanks to a friend who used to live in Thailand, I’m pretty sure this is part of the Screw Pine / Screw Palm family — most likely Pandanus utilis.

Eat the Weeds is a cool site, which I’ve referenced frequently since moving here.  Like in Ukraine, people in Bahamas forage quite a bit.  The other day dropping off a friend at the airport, I saw a woman picking a couple of coco plums in the parking lot and popping them in her mouth on her walk to her car.

Move It!

Look what came in the mail!

Look who is excited about Diastasis Recti!

Thanks to the usual postal delays we have living overseas, I’m not the first to have Katy Bowman’s new book … but I didn’t have to wait long!

My womb has held in firm embrace six children, from zygote to full term.  My body has marathoned through the intense forces of childbirth.  My babies have been nourished at my breasts.  My body has served me well.

It’s time to use the movement and forces of daily life to better support my body.