Too often we expect our kids to be happy about what we need them to do instead of allowing them to experience their emotions as they need to.
Babywearing may be as old as humankind, but it still garners controversy as a parenting tool. New research may help push forward the idea that it's not just about convenience.
We live in a society that has actively ignored that we are primates. This makes parenting so much harder, especially as our children hit the toddler years.
Does unsettled sleep lead to later emotional problems? Should parents take a hard line and do what is necessary to build up more "settled" or solitary sleep?