Category: Attachment Parenting

Missing Nanny 3: Children and Chores

Teaching your child how to do chores not only gives them a sense of responsibility. It also lays the groundwork for good habits and it makes them feel like their contributing something important to the family. Since I’ll be spending more time with my daughter and I won’t be able to get a lot of…

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Detachment Anxiety

One of the things that attracted me most to attachment parenting was that it made children feel secure, which in turn made them more self confident and self reliant as they grew older. This is actually one of the reasons I practiced attachment parenting with my child. I have a lot of insecurities and self…

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Revenge of the Attachment Parent

Being a parent isn’t a glamorous job, so prepare yourself for tons of embarrassment. When you have a baby strapped to your chest, you pretty much have to kiss your poise goodbye until they start learning how to walk. (Disclaimer: You baby learning how to walk isn’t an assurance you’ll have you pre-mommy poise back…

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