What is Attachment Parenting? Attachment parenting is an approach to parenting that parts from the conventional “wisdom” of schedules, checklists, and “baby training” programs.  Your dear Aunt Linda may have bestowed upon you nuggets of wisdom such as “let her cry it out” or “get that baby on a schedule”.  These so-called tried and true approaches may have promised the security of rules for mommyhood success, but there was a monumental oversight.  The value system of generations past embraced the idea that children must be compliant and the goal was to avoid their becoming brats.  We can all agree that we do not want our son or daughter to be that kid

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What is Attachment Parenting? Attachment parenting is an approach to parenting that parts from the conventional “wisdom” of schedules, checklists, and “baby training” programs.  Your dear Aunt Linda may have bestowed upon you nuggets of wisdom such as “let her cry it out” or “get that baby on a schedule”.  These so-called tried and true approaches may have promised the security of rules for mommyhood success, but there was a monumental oversight.  The value system of generations past embraced the idea that children must be compliant and the goal was to avoid their becoming brats.  We can all agree that we do not want our son or daughter to be that kid

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Breastfeeding Joy and Cosleeping: Bliss.  Your body finally melting into your bed, drifting to sleep to the tune of your baby’s delicate breath.  It’s music.  Fuelled by love, connection, and hormones, you feel yourself nestled in absolute bliss.  With your baby close to you, you feel complete.  This is where sleep meets you.  This is the place where you can find rest. Related Article: How to Kick Ass at Attachment Parenting       Co-Sleeping and Breastfeeding Routine: Beyond the maternal, co-sleeping has its practical perks.  Nighttime feedings are less likely to inhibit much-needed sleep (the most important of all breastfeeding essentials) for baby and for mom.  With baby in close proximity, breastfeeding

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Breastfeeding Joy and Cosleeping: Bliss.  Your body finally melting into your bed, drifting to sleep to the tune of your baby’s delicate breath.  It’s music.  Fuelled by love, connection, and hormones, you feel yourself nestled in absolute bliss.  With your baby close to you, you feel complete.  This is where sleep meets you.  This is the place where you can find rest. Related Article: How to Kick Ass at Attachment Parenting       Co-Sleeping and Breastfeeding Routine: Beyond the maternal, co-sleeping has its practical perks.  Nighttime feedings are less likely to inhibit much-needed sleep (the most important of all breastfeeding essentials) for baby and for mom.  With baby in close proximity, breastfeeding

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