The 7 Bs of Attachment Parenting – Mothering

The 7 Bs of Attachment Parenting – Mothering.

Wonderful! Brian Leaf, MISADVENTURES OF A PARENTING YOGI

Dangers of “Crying It Out”

Dangers of “Crying It Out”.

With neuroscience, we can confirm what our ancestors took for granted—that letting babies get distressed is a practice that can damage children and their relational capacities in many ways for the long term. We know now that leaving babies to cry is a good way to make a less intelligent, less healthy but more anxious, uncooperative and alienated persons who can pass the same or worse traits on to the next generation.

Normal Infant Sleep: Part I | Evolutionary Parenting | Where History And Science Meet Parenting

Normal Infant Sleep: Part I | Evolutionary Parenting | Where History And Science Meet Parenting.

Infant sleep problems are some of the most common concerns reported by parents of young children.  Ask any new parent and most will complain about lack of sleep. 

Positive Parents: Love Courageously Challenge – Day 10 (Loving Courageously Through Sleep Deprivation)

Positive Parents: Love Courageously Challenge – Day 10 (Loving Courageously Through Sleep Deprivation).

Sleep deprivation is no joke. I think this has been the hardest thing, because when I’m sleep deprived, nothing about me functions properly.

Pediatricians Revising Anti-Bed Sharing Stance: Dire Warnings “Backfired.”

Pediatricians Revising Anti-Bed Sharing Stance: Dire Warnings “Backfired.”.

Both of my babies slept with us in a king-size futon on the floor. It has bothered me to see so many dire warnings about co-sleeping lately. A great article about this.