Peggy O’Mara: an Interview

March 7, 2014
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As it turns out with so many of the most amazing people I have been privileged to write about, Peggy O’Mara—a mother of four who was an absolutely integral force in starting and carrying the Attachment Parenting movement for 35 years through her magazine, Mothering—didn’t set out to change the world. But, wow, she sure […]

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Yep, I Do the Cooking, the Washing, the Childcare and I am a Man. {Part II}

March 3, 2014
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API is pleased to recognize this blog post for its contribution to AP and to share it with you, our readers. API does not review other content on the author’s blog or website and takes no responsibility for how that information may or may not align with API’s ethos or API’s Eight Principles of Attachment Parenting. […]

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Yep, I Do the Cooking, the Washing, the Childcare and I am a Man.

February 28, 2014
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Becoming an AP Mom

February 25, 2014
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I imagine that my journey to Attachment Parenting was typical to some degree. I believe we all learn, grow and evolve as individuals and parents when a child enters our lives. For me, it’s hard to remember life before my son and even more difficult to remember ideas that I had about parenting. I do know that […]

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There’s a Pause Button, Just in Case

February 18, 2014
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“It’s green. Really green,” said my midwife just after my water broke. The amniotic fluid was meconium-stained, and my mind went to the worst. “So he’ll end up with some in his lungs?” I asked.  She threw out a percentage of babies who aspirate meconium, and I don’t recall the exact figure, but it was […]

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Feature Friday: Why You Should Always Apologize to Your Kids

February 14, 2014
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The Llama Book and Why I Still Sing My Daughter to Sleep

February 10, 2014
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Ever since my daughter was born my favorite part of the day was bedtime (and not because it provided me with much needed rest.) I loved to rock my sweet baby and listen to her breath start to steady and slow as she drifted off to sleep. The fingers she had so tightly wrapped around […]

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The Hard Heart of Parenting

February 3, 2014
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My body tenses. Teeth clench. Heart hardens. I don’t hurt him. I don’t yell. Yet, my heart hardens with frustration. My agenda to clothe my two-year-old collides with his interest in remaining naked. He wants to play with his trucks on the bedroom floor; I have a morning adventure planned. After several attempts to wrestle […]

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