No opinions, theory or judgment; just a ton of ideas and strategies to handle every normal parenting challenge.
A compilation of ideas from real attachment parents in one neat little book. Each tip is respectful, kind and non-punitive.
Attachment Parenting Tips is an easy-to-use reference book of ideas to solve every common parenting problem that arises while raising children from 0 - 13 years of age and beyond.
Each challenge is detailed with a brain development explanation on why it is occuring.
Written by a certified parent educator and mother of five grown attachment-parented children, this book is bursting with over 3,000 practical tips tested by real parents.
Every topic in parenting is covered, from feeding and sleep, to bullying and homework, and the strategies can be put to use immediately.
Proceeds will be donated to support non-profit attachment parenting organizations.
"A much needed reference book with no theory - just plenty of neuro-biologically informed, kind and effective strategies for the everyday challenges parents face."
Lysa Parker, MS, Cofounder, Attachment Parenting International and coauthor of Attached at the Heart.
Bonus! Every challenge includes a brain and child development tip for that age and issue!
"This reference book should be on every parent's phone or nightstand. It is a treasure chest of respectful tips and practical ideas to use for almost every common parenting challenge."
Elizabeth Pantley, Author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution and The No-Cry Solution series
Just found this video on youtube of Buffy breastfeeding a baby in the 1970's
Duchess Kate practices Attachment Parenting! Read the article Dec 2, 2013 in US Weekly
Finally, popular media catches up with the research. This photo is from the ad campaign from Health Canada.
Judy Arnall, Past-President and Co-Founder of Attachment Parenting Canada discusses the AP style
Attachment parenting babies, toddlers, preschoolers, school-aged, and teenager children is a natural, instinctive approach to parenting and MAY involve breastfeeding, babywearing, and co-sleeping, BUT definitely embraces respectful communication, non-punitive guidance of behaviour, and a warm and nurturing, structured, parenting style, that includes nurturing, attentive response to both children's and parents' needs at the same time. It's a family-centerd parenting approach based on mutual respect between all family members.
It takes a village,
To cherish a parent
To nurture a child.