General Interest

“What Are You Thinking?”

May 7, 2018
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Reading Time: 2.5 minutes “You are not a good mother. You are not doing a good job. You are messing her up.” These are words I hear too often. No, not from others, but from myself. These words are my thoughts, or my negative self-talk. We all have self-talk. The lucky among us experience a […]

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The Attached Parent

April 10, 2018
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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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AP Research: Nurturing touch changes DNA, Spanking doesn’t work, and more

January 5, 2018

It’s exciting to see how much research is constantly being churned out that shows just how beneficial Attachment Parenting is to healthy infant and child development! Check out these recent studies that support API’s Eight Principles of Parenting: Knowing how our eating habits while pregnant may affect the health of our child is Preparing for […]

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Happy New Year!

December 29, 2017
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What are API’s Eight Principles of Parenting all about?

December 8, 2017

Learn more about API’s Eight Principles of Parenting here.

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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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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 22, 2017
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