: ' independence'
Play. It used to be about kids playing with each other, but that seems to be disappearing in favour of parent-child play. This is the first of a few planned posts coming up in [...]
I finally realized that we need to address the elephant in the room. And that elephant is that Attachment Parenting all too often is being treated as list of things that parents MUST do. [...]
I have been told by many about all the things my daughter will supposedly never do. From family, friends, and complete strangers. Everyone has an opinion and rarely is it positive. [...]
In part 2 I want to touch on two more types of expectations that can lead to deleterious effects for the family unit – feeding expectations and independence expectations. [...]
The basis for these two approaches is quite different and it is my hope that the Evolutionary Parenting approach may be able to cross chasms that have not been penetrated by Attachment Parenting. [...]
There is an endless array of questions and judgments and ‘should’s associated with both infant sleep and feeding. But this hasn’t always been the case. It used to be a simple matter of mother [...]
Every aspect of parenting can be broken down into individual components and studied to try and determine what part of it makes it work (or not work). It’s what science tries to do on a [...]