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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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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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AP Month 2017 is here — Let’s celebrate “Word Power”

October 2, 2017

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Regardless of this old adage, words have been used to initiate great harm across history and into our present day. As parents, we’re in a unique position to help our generation of children learn to not only “use your words” but use […]

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Helping kids with back-to-school transitions

September 12, 2017

Going back to school after the summer can be a difficult transition for kids. It can be especially hard for a child who’s entering a full-day kindergarten after being in a part-time preschool program the year before. The first few weeks of school may be especially trying, as it is a new routine and children […]

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Try reframing

August 29, 2017
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