sleep training

Safe cosleeping benefits both babies and parents

November 9, 2016
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The key to world peace and harmony

October 4, 2016

What is the key to promoting peace and harmony in our world? In view of all the recent unrest and violence in our country and around the world, it’s a timely and imperative question. It’s a question I often reflect on. As the mother of two young children, I’ve come to the realization that my role as a […]

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Letting go of what you “should” do

May 11, 2016

Editor’s note: Welcome to APtly Said’s celebration of mothers! This year’s theme for Mother’s Day is “Life Lessons” as Attachment Parenting International (API) celebrates with an inspiring series from May 7-11. We hope you enjoyed your Mother’s Day and were able to reflect on what you’ve learned through your motherhood journey. The greatest lesson I’ve […]

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We can do this in our sleep!

February 5, 2015

Editor’s note: This post was originally published on Oct. 14, 2008, but so many parents through the years since and in the future can relate well to its message. Nighttime has confronted us with some of the most challenging parenting moments we’ve faced so far, but being present for our now 14-month-old daughter at 3:00 […]

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Lessons from Parents of a Sleepless Baby – Part 1

April 9, 2014

by Abigail Flavin My husband and I learned about Attachment Parenting when, after reading many, many reviews of various baby books, we selected one by William Sears, MD. We found the principles and practices intriguing. They offered us clarity for our own thoughts and hopes for ourselves as parents. Repeatedly, we discussed the principles, sharing […]

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The Llama Book and Why I Still Sing My Daughter to Sleep

February 10, 2014

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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