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From the family bed to the Peace Corps… Attachment Parenting is worth it in the end

September 8, 2016

This past week was an emotional one for us. Our 22-year old son departed for Namibia, a country in southwestern Africa. After several months of language and cultural training, he will spend 2 years as a Peace Corps volunteer teaching mathematics to young people, living in a village with a native family, and having little […]

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She’s Sleeping in Her Own Room Now

April 21, 2010

My daughter is six and guess where she is sleeping now? In her own room. That’s right, babies who cosleep grow up into young children who cosleep but don’t always turn into high school students that still need the comfort provided by sleeping in your room. When my son began cosleeping I heard many people […]

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