Diana Stone

Parenting After a Loss

November 9, 2012

I lost my sons in May at 20 weeks after a long, hard pregnancy. When I came home to my little girl, 2 1/2 at the time, it was both a relief to be with her and a hardship to be around her. I’d spent a week in the hospital longing to be with her, […]

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Beyond Babies: Attachment Parenting in the Later Years

October 12, 2012

As a mother who loved her baby wearing and co sleeping days with her daughter, it’s been tough at times to see my little girl grow up and still want to have the same closeness with her. In a different way. I was fortunate enough to be able to stay at home with Bella, and […]

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The Benefits of Babywearing Your Toddler

September 15, 2011

My daughter, Bella, is almost 22 months. My husband Sam and I still babywear her many times. To some, this might seem a little crazy. She is perfectly able to walk and we own a stroller she loves. She isn’t as easy to carry anymore, and it requires some maneuvering to get her in an […]

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The Practice of Attachment Parenting

February 9, 2011

There are days when I think to myself, “I shouldn’t call what I do attachment parenting – because quite honestly, today was anything but.” I never thought of attachment parenting with any interest until about a year ago, right after Bella was born. Before that, I just knew I didn’t want to spank or hit, and […]

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