Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 4

November 27, 2013
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We are continuing this series with two more of the most common challenges of transitioning from infancy to toddlerhood as your baby grows. Here is what parents had to say … What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? Challenge: Understanding Aggression My toddler feels […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 3

November 20, 2013
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We are continuing this series with two more of the most common challenges of transitioning from infancy to toddlerhood as your baby grows. Here is what parents had to say … What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? Challenge: Not Listening “NO! NO! NO!” […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 2

November 14, 2013
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We are continuing this series with two more of the most common challenges of transitioning from infancy to toddlerhood as your baby grows. Here is what parents had to say … What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? Challenge: Criticism and lack of support […]

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When Your Partner Wants You to Wean: Heart Advice for Nursing Mothers

November 12, 2013
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*The terms “husband” and “partner” are used interchangeably throughout this post. “She’s too old to nurse. You need to stop.” “There’s no way my son is nursing when he’s three years old!” “You are being selfish. Breastfeeding past one year is unnecessary. You only do this because it gives you pleasure.” “I should have a […]

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Transitions in Attachment Parenting: Infancy to Toddlerhood, Part 1

November 6, 2013
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This is Part 1 in a 5-part series of the most common kinds of challenges AP parents go through when our kids grow out of infancy and into toddlerhood. What do you find most challenging about transitioning from using AP in infancy to using AP in toddlerhood? I asked this question on the API Facebook […]

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Courageous and Creative

November 1, 2013
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We end our 2013 AP Month blog event with this post from Zen Honeycutt, founder of Moms Across America. Today I invented the possibility with my accountability partners (yes, I have two … it takes two to keep me in line) of being Courageous and Creative. That is my theme for this year. No more business […]

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Parenting Outside the Box

October 30, 2013
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This year’s theme for AP Month, “Parenting Creatively: The Art of Parenting,” gives us all an opportunity to look a little closer at the ways in which we are (or are not) fostering creativity in our parenting approach. It’s often easy to play creatively, but it’s a bit harder to find our creative flow in […]

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A Tangible Approach to Time

October 28, 2013
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Parenting is the most rewarding yet most challenging job there is. Children change so quickly. What worked yesterday may not work today, and what works today may not work tomorrow. Being creative in our parenting is practically a must. Each child is different and needs to have her needs met in a way that works for her. Honesty and […]

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