About the Editors…
Heather Fontenot, is the c0-editor of the Rhythm of the Home Magazine,she is the mother of two boys living with her family on the Front Range of Northern Colorado. She has a passion for natural and creative living, and she is an active member of the gluten free community, with two boys being diagnosed with celiac disease three years ago.
Her daily life consists of knitting, sewing, embroidery, photography, cooking and home schooling her two little ones in the Waldorf tradition. She is also a doula and a yoga therapist, and that work plays a large role in her parenting style.
She is the author of the blog Shivaya Naturals, where she shares the daily ups and downs of combining her love of art and housewifery with the challenges of raising two very active little ones.
Bernadette Emerson , is the c0-editor of the Rhythm of the Home Magazine, she is a wife and mother of two small children. She has followed the paths of natural family living, homebirthing her babies, midwifery, and attachment parenting to an interest in Waldorf education and conscious living.
Her artistic and fulfilling pursuits include writing, reading, music, dance, photography, baking, and making soup. She is the author of the evolving blog Sugar in My Bowl, in which she chronicles her life and passions.
While maintaining that survival is the goal at this stage in her journey, she loves to dream of life of joy, reflection, and creativity.
Julia Daby, Associate Editor/ Blog Director, joined Rhythm of The Home this Spring to help expand the magazine’s reach. She is responsible for overseeing all of the content and creativity for the Rhythm of The Home blog. Julia’s well established reputation as a respected blog writer and artist makes her a wonderful addition to the editorial staff. Julia is a Registered Nurse who lives happily with her husband and little boy in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. She enjoys crafts of all kinds, eating good food, reading, and being outdoors. Most important of all….she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She blogs about life, family and creativity at Adirondack Mama