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  The Wild Family Blog

Natural Wellness, Community Connection, Artistic Expression And The Other Essentials Of Modern Day Family Life

Austin backyard with Gabriel Lindsay, on the Wild Family TV show

Chudakarana – A Child’s First Haircut Ceremony

By | Family Story, Natural Wellbeing, Parenting Styles, The Guide Inside | 2 Comments

A few weeks ago, our 2-year-old son’s hair was shaggy to the point of falling in his eyes and ​tangling in dreadlocks​​ in the back. ​We had been discussing a ceremonial haircut for some time, thinking it might help him to release some of his emotional baggage. So, on the last full moon, we hosted a special haircutting ceremony ​for Gabriel. Read More

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Global Sisterhood

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This is the story of a massive global initiative, embracing all people as family members. The “Global Sisterhood Movement” celebrates all women worldwide as sisters. With this broad embrace of sisterhood comes a call to honor and respect women of all nations and all walks of life, extending peace to all of humanity.

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Love Is

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Right on time for Valentine’s Day, the 15th episode of Wild Family TV is called “Love Is.” Here we explore the meaning of love, as it relates to parenting, partnership, and personhood. This show touches on multiple aspects of love: devotion, belonging, connection, kinship, kindness…

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Be The Love You’re Looking For

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by Kat Lindsay

When I first moved to Austin in 2009 I was a single mom of a 5-month-old son. My good friend Julie had invited me to move in with her, to help me raise Daniel. You know how it is as a new mom. You don’t really know what you’re getting into by having a baby. And depending on the day, you can be drowning in an ocean of unknowns–hormones, late nights, early mornings, diapers, spit up and this new life I didn’t recognize as my own.

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  The Wild Family Film And TV Show

Grassroots Films, Recipe Demos, Interviews, And Inspiring Stories For Families Growing Together

The Wild Family Film [Official Trailer] is a 2-minute introduction to the documentary feature film. Wild Family demonstrates the ways parents today are building relationships with their kids. This film blends interviews with adventures, featuring 40 families in their natural settings.
“The Divine Feminine” is the first Wild Family TV show. The focus of this episode is the grace and sensitivity we see in the feminine side of life. Kat Lindsay demonstrates the recipe for thumbprint cookies in Kat’s Kitchen. A mother goose outwits a wolf in our animated short film, Wild Goose Chase.
“Music Matters” explores the role of music in family life. This episode showcases young musicians, finding their voices. Music instructors and a Grammy-nominated musician share their perspectives on the importance of music, giving depth to Austin’s claim to fame as the “Live Music Capital of the World.”
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  Radical Parenting Tips

In-Depth Interviews With Progressive Moms and Dads

“Be The Teacher. Be The Student.” Brandy Tuttle holds a visionary world-view, in which we are all teachers and students at the same time. Her message is potent and important, with the potential to make a major influence in the lives of parents and children.
“Trust Your Inner Knowing.” Carrie Contey, Ph.D., is a world-renowned parenting coach. She makes two appearances in the Wild Family film, offering expert advice in the area of self-reliance, which grants parents the power to choose love.
“Include Kids In Sacred Ceremony.” The Roughton family leads sweat lodge meetings, smudging rituals, and related activities. In ceremonies of this nature, kids gain the gift of reverence, building the virtues of courage, compassion, and wisdom.
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  Book Recommendations

Five-Star Children’s Books And More Recommendations For Readers Of All Ages

I Want My Hat Back is an invitation to speak in the voices of a sorrowful bear, fixated on his missing hat, along with a turtle, rabbit, snake, mole, deer, squirrel… Our family enjoys the book so much we made it into a little movie, with the help of some kids we met at Zilker Park, here in Austin.
Dragons Love Tacos proves that dragons and tacos belong together. We love our tacos here in Austin. Dragons love them even more. And our kids delight in the dragons’ taco obsession, and their fear of spicy salsa, and their boatloads of tacos required for a proper taco party.
I Am Yoga reminds kids of the big picture behind the yoga movement: self-care, divine alignment, and connection. The book’s excellent imagery is by New York Times bestselling illustrator Peter H. Reynolds—creator of another one of our favorite children’s books: Ish.
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  Music Playlists

Kid-Friendly Music Mixes For Parents And Kids Growing Together

“Mountain Folks” is a lighthearted acoustic music playlist, with songs in the bluegrass and folk singer-songwriter genres. This music brings to mind the mountains, where wild animals roam through pine forests, sunny rain, and stony rivers.

“Campfire Chills” is a mix designed to stir up the imagination embers, with music that might be shared by the fireside. This playlist includes hauntingly-beautiful music by Neil Young, Ryan Adams, Laura Veirs, and other acoustic artists.

“Wonder Working” is a playlist with music by Ben Harper, Willie Nelson, Xavier Rudd, Laura Mvula, and other artists whose songs invite the creative juices to flow, with the help of some spiritual stimulation.

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  Gift Shop

Books, Movies, And More For Families, Plus Free Downloadable Coloring Books For Home Printing

Wild Family Film on DVD In the Wild Family film, the parents of preschoolers leave home on a mission to find guidance in raising their children. They travel across the U.S.A., searching for help through in-depth interviews and outdoor adventures with 40 families.
Be Well Bee - Children's Book by Wild Family The Be Well Bee children’s book is written and illustrated by Cabe Lindsay. Cabe is the parent of three preschoolers and co-founder of Wild Family TV. This is the fourth edition of his debut children’s book, first published in Fall 2015
Wild Family Coloring Pages for Kids The Wild Family Coloring Book is free and downloadable for home printing. These coloring pages features wild animals with familiar human characteristics, some of which might remind you of your own family life.
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