Attachment Parenting Five Years Later

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I took this photo this past summer while on our regular nature walk. And then shared it on Instagram with what  I call my insta-poem: She often doesn’t wait for me anymore. Down and up the trails. She walks faster than my feet can muster. Climbs higher than my heart can take. A mind of… 

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Attachment Parenting Series: I Wonder. I Trust.

Note: I woke up in the middle of the night itching to write this. A rare occurrence so I thought I’d best follow it. If this speaks to you, do comment below so I know my middle-of-the-night waking is not in vain. Sometimes, I wonder. Whether or not my kind of parenting (also known as… 

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Remembering: Back To BabyWearing (And My Favorite Ring Sling)

Note: Kathleen’s posts on her Attachment Parenting series inspired me to revisit babywearing. I kinda want to revisit some other AP related stuff and how I see Attachment Parenting a little bit differently now three years later. But for today, allow me to gush about Babywearing. Really, I’m all love. It’s been about two years… 

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Nursing An Almost (Gasp) 3-Year Old: Why We Do It

Today, I’m writing about our extended-breastfeeding story not to prescribe our philosophy to others, but to simply give voice to an experience that most often isolate other moms in our culture. We all have our reasons why we raise our children the way we do, and I simply want to share this part of our… 

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Now Mother, Discover Your Strengths

    Mothering is a multi-job position.  Oftentimes, we find ourselves wearing multiple hats simultaneously. A mother may  also be a: Cook Nutritionist Educator Psychologist Confidant Coach Researcher Facilitator Economist Manager Housecleaner Interior Decorator Personal Stylist  Seamstress Toymaker Gardener Homesteader And I’m sure the list can go on.   As a new mother, I was overwhelmed… 

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