Best Ever Explanation Of Attachment Parenting – Friday Favourites

My Friday Favourite today is an article from The Stir: Attachment Parenting: What It Really Means To Be AP. I really like the way Michele Zipp has explained attachment parenting in this article. Her views are welcoming and non-judgemental, and make me want to be an Attachment Parent (which, thankfully, I am.) I’ve really been… Read more: Best Ever Explanation Of Attachment Parenting – Friday Favourites

Attachment Parenting In Nature

Becoming a mother has changed me in more ways than I knew possible. I am passionate today about things I’d never heard of two years ago. I also spend a lot more time around animals than I ever did before, since we’ve tried to get Ameli outdoors and into nature as much as possible. Over… Read more: Attachment Parenting In Nature

Christianity And Attachment Parenting: Do The Worlds Collide?

Do Christianity and Attachment Parenting go hand in hand? I’m sure we’ve all heard that Jesus was breastfed, and I’m sure we’ve all heard the Christmas story enough to know that Jesus co-slept, at least until the wise men came. But my question is this: What would Jesus think of Gentle Discipline?

The ABC’s Of Conscious Parenting {Book Review}

I had an interesting discussion with some mama-friends a few days ago, as their almost two year olds are beginning to leave ‘baby’ behind, and welcoming toddlerhood. We discussed permissive parenting, and how it differs from conscious or positive or a word I really like, mindful parenting, and I wanted to share with you a resource… Read more: The ABC’s Of Conscious Parenting {Book Review}

Positive Parenting in Action, Rebecca Eanes And Laura Ling {Book Review}

Positive Parenting in Action not only explains the theory of gentle and positive parenting, but the ‘how-to’ as well, with over 40 easily adaptable scenarios to help parents in the heat of the moment. Read more: Positive Parenting in Action, Rebecca Eanes And Laura Ling {Book Review}

Parenting Fears And Reality Checks

Parenting is a cacophony of emotions. When you’re not thoroughly worn out from sleepless nights, exhausted from good parenting days, or simply just trying to make it through, there’s always something to worry about. Someone you know lost a child, someone in your area had a child go missing, someone who knows someone who was… Read more: Parenting Fears And Reality Checks

The Essential Parenting Collection – 35 Products You Don’t Want To Miss Out On

Welcome to the Essential Parenting Collection, the biggest online collection of Mindful Parenting products! This digital bundle offers a wide array of eProducts, including eBooks, audiobooks, eCourses, workbooks, audio, coloring pages. The Essential Parenting Collection is offered at $49.97/£30.45/AU$55.78, fractions of the retail value of $751.48/£457.98/AU$838.86. We have divided the products into 5 categories. Scroll… Read more: The Essential Parenting Collection – 35 Products You Don’t Want To Miss Out On

Friday Features: ‘African Babies Don’t Cry’ And ‘Parenting God’s Children’

Today’s bloggers in the spotlight are ladies who stir something within me. Reading their blogs is sometimes painful as it triggers a memory, something I prefer to keep shut away, so that I don’t have to remember, and with remembering, feel loss, or loneliness, or worse: longing.  They might not inspire the same emotions in… Read more: Friday Features: ‘African Babies Don’t Cry’ And ‘Parenting God’s Children’

Upstream Parenting

Welcome to the May Carnival of Natural Parenting: Role model This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by Code Name: Mama and Hobo Mama. This month our participants have waxed poetic about how their parenting has inspired others, or how others have inspired them. Please read to the… Read more: Upstream Parenting

The Privilege of Parenting

Today has truly tested my faith and beliefs. Watching my little girl throwing up clear slime, hearing her cough, listening to her raspy breathing and feeling completely helpless to fix what’s wrong, as I don’t really know what’s wrong. Unfortunately I have a rather iffy relationship with my GP and unless I really can’t do… Read more: The Privilege of Parenting