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Category Archives: Attachment Parenting

Natural Discipline for the Older Child

Natural Discipline for the Older Child

Your children may be past the age of tantrums and biting, but as they grow, behavior challenges certainly don’t go away. Your child’s brain won’t reach full maturity until long after childhood.  The average age is about 27 years old, … Continue reading


Attachment Parenting expert, Kelly Bartlett shares how to start early developing healthy attitudes about sex.

Getting Comfortable with “The Talk”

It’s never too early to begin talking with your kids about sex. In fact, the earlier you start, the more comfortable you will feel when it’s time to talk about difficult issues. Here are some age-appropriate topics parents should bring … Continue reading




The importance of tribe

Beyond Babywearing: Part Two

The Importance of “Tribe” in Modern Parenting Part 1 of this article revisited the classic book The Continuum Concept: In Search of Paradise Lost, and three important Continuum parenting principles discovered by author Jean Liedloff (often regarded as the mother … Continue reading



Encourage Your Child

5 Phrases to Inspire and Encourage Your Child

It’s no secret that kids need encouragement to thrive. But what exactly does encouragement sound like? It’s different than praise or admiration or guidance. It is common to want to give evaluative feedback to kids for their work (“Good coloring!”), … Continue reading


Winter 2014

Our Winter 2014 Issue is Here!

Our first issue of a new year! And it just feels natural that a new beginning should focus on Pregnancy & Birth. We’re honoring our moms-to-be with a wisdom-filled article on the seasons of pregnancy, some down to earth birth … Continue reading



Positive Parenting as a Team

It Takes Two: Positive Parenting as a Team

Every parent wants what is best for their child, but “best” is relative to the individual. Especially when it comes to attachment parenting. One parent may feel co-sleeping will offer their children security, while the other may feel that their … Continue reading


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