Parenting without Shame

The sweetness of Attachment Parenting

January 11, 2018

Have you ever tried to explain to someone what attachment parenting is? Parenting is very personal, and it’s not so easy to describe any approach to raising children given the amount of emotional baggage, future hopes, joys, and trials there are wrapped up in that one word, “parenting.” But as I was contemplating today about […]

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An Open Letter to New Mamas

December 1, 2017

Dear New Mamas, With so much unsolicited parenting advice in our information era, I encourage you to raise a red flag to advice including any of the following 6 terms: ”Should” There is no “should” with babies especially regarding breastfeeding, safe cosleeping, and milestones. Ignore anyone telling you what your baby “should” or “should not” […]

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Navigating sibling squabbles

September 20, 2017

Arguments between siblings are inevitable. The question many parents face, is how to best handle the situation? I’m sharing one recent instance that unfolded in my own house in hopes of helping some of you in search of that very answer — also to show you that it can be done in a way that […]

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Positive discipline

September 5, 2017
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