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https://plus.google.com/106174622044926328646 The Children's Book Review : Parents who choose to parent using the attachment parenting theory, will greatly appreciate author Toni...
Parents who choose to parent using the attachment parenting theory, will greatly appreciate author Toni Olson’s approach of guiding a young boy through the lifestyle changes that come along when a new baby is introduced into a family.
Mama, Talk About Our New Baby, by Toni Olson | Dedicated Review : The Childrens Book Review
Mama, Talk About Our New Baby is a great parental tool that supports breastfeeding, co-sleeping, baby wearing, and raising emotionally intelligent older
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https://plus.google.com/118267854491348075308 Mia Larby : Night feeds? Night feeds. How did you cope with that? For me they were so easy. Yes, the hard part is...
Night feeds?
Night feeds. How did you cope with that? For me they were so easy. Yes, the hard part is definitely to wake up! But since I believe in attachment parenting I always slept next to my babies. They had an open bed next to mine they could roll in and out of if ...
Night feeds?
Night feeds. How did you cope with that? For me they were so easy. Yes, the hard part is definitely to wake up! But since I believe in attachment parenting I always slept next to my babies. They had an open bed next to mine t...
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https://plus.google.com/115693352032216169156 U.S. PRESIDENT ARLENEA BALLARD : The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story on the rise of attachment parenting, "Are You Mom...
The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story on the rise of attachment parenting, "Are You Mom Enough?" hits newsstands Friday.

(On the cover: Jamie Grumet, 26, and her son, 3, whom she breastfeeds. Photograph by Martin Schoeller for TIME)
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https://plus.google.com/114724429234954116101 Erin Harris : PFALO guest post Original Post over on Wifessionals . If you would have asked me before if I practiced...
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Original Post over on Wifessionals . If you would have asked
me before if I practiced attachment parenting, I probably would have laughed or
just not known what the heck you were asking me about.  My experience has been less research- based
and really just ...
PFALO guest post
Original Post over on Wifessionals. If you would have asked me before if I practiced attachment parenting, I probably would have laughed or just not known what the heck you were asking me about.  My experience has been less r...
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https://plus.google.com/115896375593191244488 Jessica Stefanish-Smith : Attachment parent/Natural Parent Attachment parenting is the term coined to describe a parenting style...
Attachment parent/Natural Parent
Attachment parenting is the term coined to describe a
parenting style that is characterised by eight principles including heightened
education about natural birth choices, breastfeeding/breast milk, responding
sensitively to your child, using physical conta...
Attachment parent/Natural Parent
Attachment parenting is the term coined to describe a parenting style that is characterised by eight principles including heightened education about natural birth choices, breastfeeding/breast milk, responding sensitively to ...
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https://plus.google.com/118431339401136092888 Ethical Parent : Attachment Parenting
Attachment Parenting
Attachment Parenting
Was it just a few weeks ago that Time ran a cover story claiming women were poised to become "the richer sex" – getting more education than men, working up a storm and, in one out of four marriages, bringing home the fatter slice of bacon? That was followed by Katie Roiphe's fact-free Newsweek cover story alleging that women have become so weary of being in charge, they long for men to dominate them in bed. Well, never mind all that. Now, acco...
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https://plus.google.com/117831775468555430667 andom tampomas : Naked breast-feeding yoga mom A mom who gained notoriety with the attachment parenting set after she...
Naked breast-feeding yoga mom
    A mom who
gained notoriety with the attachment parenting set after she was
photographed practicing yoga naked while her daughter Naia breastfed,
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Naked breast-feeding yoga mom
   A mom who gained notoriety with the attachment parenting set after she was photographed practicing yoga naked while her daughter Naia breastfed, ...
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https://plus.google.com/108971723460057003596 Julia Wang : Holle Organics Formula I know attachment parenting is the latest trend these days, but it's not for ...
Holle Organics Formula
I know attachment parenting is the latest trend these days, but it's not for me. Most of my friends are hardcore attachment parenting advocates, and while I admire them and their unselfishness, I personally think it would weird me out if I was breastfeeding...
Holle Organics Formula
I know attachment parenting is the latest trend these days, but it's not for me. Most of my friends are hardcore attachment parenting advocates, and while I admire them and their unselfishness, I personally think it would wei...
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https://plus.google.com/116090294752280922857 jm ng : Attachment Parenting I didn't read up about "Attachment Parenting" until it was mentioned in "2 broke...
Attachment Parenting
I didn't read up about "Attachment Parenting" until it was mentioned in "2 broke girls" a super entertaining US sitcom about 2 broke girls. I mean, I heard about "Attachment Parenting", but didn't bother to find out what it is about. There are so many Paren...
Attachment Parenting
I didn't read up about "Attachment Parenting" until it was mentioned in "2 broke girls" a super entertaining US sitcom about 2 broke girls. I mean, I heard about "Attachment Parenting", but didn't bother to find out what it i...
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https://plus.google.com/112338604967047841429 Kristine Mansfield : Why should I have a schedule for my baby? A baby's needs aren't that complicated – food, sleep, play...
Why should I have a schedule for my baby?

A baby's needs aren't that complicated – food, sleep, play, and love pretty much sums it up. But knowing what your baby requires when, and how much of it, can be a real challenge. Not to mention balancing your baby's needs with your own and those of older children and other family members.

Many parents find that getting into a regular routine or schedule with their baby makes life much easier: It's almost like developing a personalized how-to manual for your child. As a parent, you'll have a predictable pattern for your days with your little one. And your baby will know what to expect – for example, that he or she gets a bottle or nursing session after her morning nap, then playtime or an outing.

"Babies like to know that [certain things will happen] at a certain time each day," says pediatrician Tanya Remer Altmann, editor-in-chief of The Wonder Years: Helping Your Baby and Young Child Successfully Negotiate the Major Developmental Milestones.

"When they're not sleep-deprived or hungry, it makes for a much happier baby. By meeting your baby's basic needs, you put her in the best frame of mind – and body – to learn about and explore her new world."

An added bonus: When you're ready to try leaving your baby with a sitter or caregiver, the transition will be easier. Your baby will be reassured by the usual routine, and your caregiver will be able to anticipate his or her hunger, sleepiness, or desire to play or go out.

When can I start?

Experts disagree on when and how to establish a routine – and even on whether you need a set schedule for your baby. But many pediatricians, including Altmann, say that babies are ready for a general schedule between 2 and 4 months of age.

Most infants' sleeping and feeding habits become more consistent and predictable after three or four months, says pediatrician Marc Weissbluth, author of Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child. You may want to take this opportunity to encourage your baby to follow a more defined schedule.

Some experts advocate starting a schedule much sooner. British maternity nurse Gina Ford, author of The New Contented Little Baby Book, offers a clock-driven schedule to begin when your baby is 1 week old. And "Baby Whisperer" Tracy Hogg offers a loose routine for parents to begin at birth.

No matter which approach you take, it's essential that your baby's well-being come first. That means following the advice of your baby's doctor, plus your gut feeling and common sense, to determine what your baby needs when – no matter what the schedule says.

What are my options?

To make things easier, we've grouped baby scheduling methods into three main styles: parent-led, baby-led, and combination.

Parent-led schedules are the most strict. They may specify exactly when (and sometimes how much) your baby will eat, when he or she will sleep and for how long, when he or she will play or go out, and so on. The schedule may be one you create based on your baby's natural patterns or a suggested routine from an expert, but once it's set, it's very consistent – even down to the minute – from day to day. Well-known advocates of this style include British nurse Gina Ford and Gary Ezzo, author of On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the Gift of Nighttime Sleep. Read more about parent-led schedules.

Baby-led schedules are the least defined kind of routine. You follow your baby's lead, meaning you'll look for his or her cues to decide what he or she needs next rather than imposing a timetable for feedings, rest, or play. This doesn't mean your days will be totally unpredictable: After the first few weeks, most babies form their own fairly regular patterns of sleeping, playing, and eating. But your baby's schedule may vary from day to day depending on the signals he or she is giving you. Well-known advocates of baby-led scheduling include attachment parenting gurus William and Martha Sears (a pediatrician and registered nurse, respectively) and famed pediatrician and author Benjamin Spock. Read more about baby-led schedules.

Combination schedules bring together elements of both baby- and parent-led methods. With this approach, you'll have a timetable for when your baby will eat, sleep, play, and so on, and you'll generally stick to a similar pattern every day. But you'll have more flexibility than with a strictly parent-led routine. A nap can be pushed back if your baby doesn't seem tired yet, and lunch can be postponed if a trip to the store takes longer than expected. Well-known advocates of this style include Tracy Hogg and "Supernanny" Jo Frost. Read more about combination schedules.

To see what other parents and babies do, check out our sample baby schedules for your child's first year.

And for more information, see seven keys to creating a successful baby schedule.


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https://plus.google.com/107647271147188962866 MegaMom's Wisdom : Infant #Anger Management is attachment-parenting friendly (not extreme attachment #parenting). It produces...
Infant #Anger Management is attachment-parenting friendly (not extreme attachment #parenting). It produces patient #kids.
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https://plus.google.com/112809951288716513618 Kaylee Ryerson Vieira : Attachment Parenting Whenever I heard the term "Attachment Parenting," I had a very vague image in mind...
Attachment Parenting
Whenever I heard the term "Attachment Parenting," I had a very vague image in mind. I knew that it often involved sleeping in the same bed as your children, and supplying support in any way that your little ones needed it, but I have to say I never actually...
Attachment Parenting
Whenever I heard the term "Attachment Parenting," I had a very vague image in mind. I knew that it often involved sleeping in the same bed as your children, and supplying support in any way that your little ones needed it, bu...
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https://plus.google.com/108199648464577223248 Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis : How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best! w...
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids

Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best!
www.Hypnobabies.com
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids
Children are in our care for a limited amount of time generally spanning two decades. During that time, their needs change drastically, yet gradually from year to year. I’ve always found it odd that the principles of attachment parenting are criticized as promoting dependence in children when, if you analyze the proper development of independence in childhood, the attachment style would be considered the ideal method for raising competent adults
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https://plus.google.com/108199648464577223248 Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis : How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best! w...
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids

Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best!
www.Hypnobabies.com
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids
Children are in our care for a limited amount of time generally spanning two decades. During that time, their needs change drastically, yet gradually from year to year. I’ve always found it odd that the principles of attachment parenting are criticized as promoting dependence in children when, if you analyze the proper development of independence in childhood, the attachment style would be considered the ideal method for raising competent adults
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https://plus.google.com/108199648464577223248 Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis : How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best! w...
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids

Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best!
www.Hypnobabies.com
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids
Children are in our care for a limited amount of time generally spanning two decades. During that time, their needs change drastically, yet gradually from year to year. I’ve always found it odd that the principles of attachment parenting are criticized as promoting dependence in children when, if you analyze the proper development of independence in childhood, the attachment style would be considered the ideal method for raising competent adults
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https://plus.google.com/108199648464577223248 Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis : How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best! w...
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids

Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best!
www.Hypnobabies.com
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids
Children are in our care for a limited amount of time generally spanning two decades. During that time, their needs change drastically, yet gradually from year to year. I’ve always found it odd that the principles of attachment parenting are criticized as promoting dependence in children when, if you analyze the proper development of independence in childhood, the attachment style would be considered the ideal method for raising competent adults
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https://plus.google.com/108199648464577223248 Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis : How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best! w...
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids

Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best!
www.Hypnobabies.com
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids
Children are in our care for a limited amount of time generally spanning two decades. During that time, their needs change drastically, yet gradually from year to year. I’ve always found it odd that the principles of attachment parenting are criticized as promoting dependence in children when, if you analyze the proper development of independence in childhood, the attachment style would be considered the ideal method for raising competent adults
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https://plus.google.com/108199648464577223248 Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis : How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best! w...
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids

Hypnobabies® - Natural Childbirth at its best!
www.Hypnobabies.com
How Attachment Parenting Produces Independent Kids
Children are in our care for a limited amount of time generally spanning two decades. During that time, their needs change drastically, yet gradually from year to year. I’ve always found it odd that the principles of attachment parenting are criticized as promoting dependence in children when, if you analyze the proper development of independence in childhood, the attachment style would be considered the ideal method for raising competent adults
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