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Bonding With Children at Every Age – Guest Post by Susan Stiffelman

October 19, 2012

Once past the early years, many parents come to API for information on how to continue raising children with attachment in mind. Today’s special guest blogger, Susan Stiffelman, explains how Attachment Parenting principles apply to the next phases of a child’s life.   Bonding with Children at Every Age by MFT Susan Stiffelman Most of […]

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Beyond Babies: Attachment Parenting in the Later Years

October 12, 2012

As a mother who loved her baby wearing and co sleeping days with her daughter, it’s been tough at times to see my little girl grow up and still want to have the same closeness with her. In a different way. I was fortunate enough to be able to stay at home with Bella, and […]

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The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

October 11, 2012

When my children were babies, I was with them almost constantly. I breastfed and co-slept and wore them. When they started to talk they learned to say “dada” ages before they learned to say “mama”. I joked with my husband that there was simply no reason to learn my name. I was just there, a […]

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Feeding Solids With Love

October 8, 2012

Feeding with love is an incredibly challenging yet important part of our parenting adventure. My husband has a ridiculous number of food allergies, as a toddler I had tons of allergies and my daughter is at risk for allergies. Early in my pregnancy, I came to the decision I would delay solids for our daughter, […]

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When Relatives Criticize, Transitioning to Stay-at Home Parent, and More at The Attached Family

October 6, 2012

It’s finally here! This October, in celebration of Attachment Parenting Month 2012, The Attached Family online magazine is focusing on the importance of parent-to-parent support. No matter who we are, where we live, or where we are on our parenting journey, each of us longs to connect with like-minded others: Who’s Your Support? Get the inside […]

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Three Cheers for Dirt!

October 4, 2012

I have to sing the praises of letting your kids get dirty. I mean really filthy, covered from head to toe with muddy, wet, slippery glop. I, like many parents I know have a house too full of every cool, interesting, and trendy toy available. And yesterday my five year old said, “I’m bored.” Hmm, […]

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What is Attachment Parenting? Guest Post by Peggy O’Mara

October 3, 2012

We are thrilled to feature a guest post by Peggy O’Mara, mother, author, editor and owner of Mothering magazine. Here, she explores the foundations and history of Attachment Parenting, showing how AP became what it is today. What is Attachment Parenting? by Peggy O’Mara The recent furor in the press over attachment parenting stems from […]

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The Power of Connection – Guest Post by Nancy Massotto

October 2, 2012

This year’s Attachment Parenting Month theme is “Relax, Relate, Rejuvenate: Renewed with Parent Support.” We are delighted to kick off AP Month with a guest post about the importance of support by Nancy Massotto, Founder and Director of Holistic Moms Network.   We live in a virtual world.  We connect online, spend hours in front […]

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