Romy And The Bunnies


What do you love most about being pregnant? So many things. Having time for myself. I normally travel and work long days, so it has been nice being… […]

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November 11, 2014

We love this photo of Christy Turlington and her family, because it reminds us of how comforting moms are, and how peaceful and safe it feels to have yours nearby. We also love that Turlington is working hard to help ensure other families have a chance to feel as lucky. In 2010, she founded Every Mother Counts, a non-profit dedicated to making pregnancy and birth safe for mothers everywhere, proving that not only is she a legendary model and dedicated mom, she also has a heart of gold.

November 7, 2014

We all have our favorite bedtime rituals with our children, and whether it’s story time, bath time, or snuggle time, we live for those cozy moments before sleep…. […]

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November 5, 2014

You live in New York and your children live in the South of France–how do you balance visits, travel, your career, your charity, and everything else (you are a superwoman!) and manage to keep a routine? I just do… […]

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November 4, 2014
Flashback Of The Week

Photographed by Juergen Teller in the most Icelandic of settings—Reykjavik’s Blue Lagoon–Bjork and her son Sindri look perfectly in sync. Frequent collaborators, Bjork and Teller’s work together has produced some of the most iconic and beautiful images of the singer, but this simple and sweet photo of mother and son is a Romy and The Bunnies favorite.

October 31, 2014
Home-made Milk-made

These days, it’s nearly impossible to find a coffee shop that doesn’t serve the ubiquitous almond milk. We’ve all read the nightmarish stories of the dreaded soy milk (GMO-laden soybeans! Highly processed! Thyroid-impeding!) And while almond milk is surely the cleaner route to go for both you and your baby—even the latest brands have pumped up the once innocent beverage with thickening agents like carrageenan and xanthan gum, on which the jury is still out (holistic purists claim that both are inflammatory). What’s a health conscious mother to do? Play it safe and make your own. Before you go running to your nearest Whole Foods, it’s not as scary as it seems. Below we’ve broken down the simple steps to homemade nut milk. Enjoy!


Basic Almond Milk Recipe

1 cup of raw almonds

4 cups of water

Sweetener of choice (We like 5-10 drops of liquid stevia or 1-2 teaspoons maple syrup)

1 cheesecloth or nut milk bag

Optional: ½ teaspoon vanilla extract / ½ teaspoon cinnamon / pinch of sea salt


Soak 1 cup of almonds in a bowl of water over night. (Soaking allows nuts to soften, sprout and become more vegetable-like, which is easier on the digestive system.)

The next day, strain and rinse almonds. Add nuts to your Vitamix or high-powered blender with 4 cups of water. Blend for 30 seconds to 1 minute.

Place nut milk bag or cheesecloth in a medium sized bowl. Squeeze bag, releasing the liquid “milk” into the bowl. One the almond meal inside the bag is dry, pour liquid back into blender and add sweetener of choice plus vanilla, sea salt and cinnamon if you’re using them. Blend for 30 seconds.


Store in refrigerator for up to 3 days.

October 30, 2014

Can you tell us a bit about DEGEN? How did you get your start?  I originally started DEGEN in 2011. My friends were getting jobs working for very… […]

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October 29, 2014