The truth shall not only set you free…

January 7, 2015

It will hopefully save you and make a difference for someone else. As children, we do our best to navigate through this world with the guidance and support of our parents and/or loved ones. As parents, we give all of our love and do our best to nurture and guide our children. It was through my reflection […]

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A New Year, a time to pause and reflect

January 2, 2015

Like cooking turkey on Thanksgiving or giving flowers on Valentine’s Day, I cannot help feeling the tug at this time of year to pause and reflect. Yes, January 1 is just the next day after December 31. But it feels like a beginning, and the part of me that loves rituals and traditions always comes […]

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Wishing upon a star…mindfully ringing in the New Year as a family

December 29, 2014

Today, I want to share with you a beautiful, mindful way to ring in the New Year as a family: Wishing upon a star. You can repeat this practice on a regular — maybe monthly — base throughout the year if you like. It is a beautiful way to check in and connect with your […]

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Giving thanks through presence and connection

December 22, 2014

I am grateful to be an Attachment Parent. I don’t feel that we need to be labeled in order to define our type of parenting; however, being a part of a community with like-minded parents reminds me that I am not alone. Yes, we are all different. We all choose to parent differently. The families we come […]

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Making connections through gift-giving and receiving

December 19, 2014

I don’t know about you, but every year as the winter holidays begin to creep closer, I start to have a moment of panic. Well, maybe it is not so much panic but more dissociative in nature. What I am preparing for is the list that is coming, the list of items that I know […]

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Teaching the art of giving

December 17, 2014

I have such fond memories of my childhood Christmases. I remember the emotions and feelings of warmth, love and happiness more so than the bountiful supply of gifts we eagerly unwrapped each year. I want my 3-year-old daughter to have the same kinds of cherished memories that I have stored so lovingly in my heart. […]

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