Alli Wittbold is a wife, momma, writer, and lover of healthy food, nature and dogs. Time spent outside, away from scheduled activities and screens is where she is happiest. Alli lives in New England with her husband, daughter, and three hilarious (and huge!) dogs.  They have a fierce love for the changing seasons (and let’s face it– live for the summer and fall).

Alli completed a BA in Elementary Education and a M. Ed. in Elementary ESL Education.  She brings her love of living a natural and healthy lifestyle and experiences as a mother, teacher, and former nanny to her writing about all things pregnancy, babies and parenting.  

Her own parenting philosophy is rooted in nature, experience, and imaginative play.  And sometimes, she has to remind herself that you can’t live and die by the schedule.  After all, memories are made by heading out into the falling snow (even if it is 8:30pm) and jamming on the electric guitar instead of taking a nap.

Learn more about Alli on her writer website.


Whitney McIntosh is a writer, wife, and mom of 4. Her passions are natural living, essential oils, reading, writing, and most of all, spending time with her family.


When she isn’t at her retail management job or chasing after kids, Whitney loves inspiring other mommas like her to live more naturally by teaching them the many benefits of essential oils, how to use them, and how to make their own natural products, so they don’t have to rely on harmful chemicals for everyday use.
Whitney lives a comfy life in a small town in Arkansas, though she hopes to one day have the financial freedom (through writing and teaching) to travel the world and show her children a life she never thought was possible.
She started a blog in 2018 called MintyMixx, all about natural living and parenting. Make sure to check it out.


Danielle Lasher is a writer, mother, and women’s health advocate living in Western Maryland—just outside of Washington DC—with her fiance, their four kids and two dogs.
After earning her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Penn State, Danielle made good use of her writing talent and went on to work as a copywriter, providing marketing content on healthcare and drug research to facilities around the globe. But her true love—the world of mothers and babies—was lying in wait. She cut the only career cord she’d ever known and spontaneously changed gears, and she hasn’t looked back since, contributing to several online publications, such as BabyGaga, Hot Moms Club, and the Organic Daily Post. 
While passionate about women’s birthing choices and informed consent, she is also slightly obsessed with city living, genealogy and cooking. When she isn’t curating content for the masses or running natural birth and parenting support forums, you can find her refinishing worn out furniture or binge-watching Bravo. 
You can catch up with Danielle on her website BumpMama