Kelly Bartlett

Choosing to Sit in the Dark

August 13, 2014

Brené Brown is a researcher at the University of Houston whose work centers on shame, empathy and vulnerability. She has written several books and speaks all over the world on these important topics, which have a dramatic effect on the ways we live, work and raise our children. I just love this segment of one of […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 5

December 3, 2013

We are concluding this series with two more of the most common challenges of transitioning from infancy to toddlerhood as your baby grows. Here is what parents had to say… What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? Challenge: Understanding Needs vs. Wants Figuring out […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 4

November 27, 2013

We are continuing this series with two more of the most common challenges of transitioning from infancy to toddlerhood as your baby grows. Here is what parents had to say … What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? Challenge: Understanding Aggression My toddler feels […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 3

November 20, 2013

We are continuing this series with two more of the most common challenges of transitioning from infancy to toddlerhood as your baby grows. Here is what parents had to say … What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? Challenge: Not Listening “NO! NO! NO!” […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 2

November 14, 2013

We are continuing this series with two more of the most common challenges of transitioning from infancy to toddlerhood as your baby grows. Here is what parents had to say … What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? Challenge: Criticism and lack of support […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 1

November 6, 2013

This is Part 1 in a 5-part series of the most common kinds of challenges AP parents go through when our kids grow out of infancy and into toddlerhood. What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? I asked this question on the API Facebook […]

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A Bundle of AP Resources

May 31, 2013

If you love great AP resources, this is the opportunity for you! A team of gentle/ mindful/ attachment parenting bloggers, writers and professionals from around the world have come together to create one amazing set of resources. Ebooks, audio recordings, tele-seminars, workshops, and e-zines…there are a variety of topics and materials brought to you in […]

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Chores Without Threats or Bribery

May 15, 2013

Contributing to household tasks and responsibilities is a great way for children to feel a sense of belonging. While at first, household contributions may only seem necessary to teach kids about responsibility (true; they do) and prevent a sense of entitlement (they do that, too), it may be surprising to learn that they also contribute something […]

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