Smartphones and parenting

September 1, 2015

Instinct tells you it’s been too long. She’s been too quiet. It has only been a few minutes since you held her. Probably all is well, but you can never be sure without checking. And, even if all is fine, you long to lift her, hold her, gaze at her. You wonder why you didn’t […]

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Screentime and Attachment Parenting

March 25, 2015

There are issues that Attachment Parenting International (API) does not take a stance on — circumcision, vaccinations, cloth diapering and elimination communication, to name a few — and instead advocates for all parents to be informed when making parenting decisions that work best for their families. The same applies to choices about media access for […]

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Meditating in the Shower & Balancing Technology Use…

August 21, 2013

This post is written by Stephanie Petters, coordinator of the API Reads program: Come on over to API Reads, on GoodReads, where we’re discussing the last few chapters of Nurturing the Soul of Your Family by Renée Peterson Trudeau. API Reads is more than club for people who love to read books. It’s a place […]

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