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In this issue of Attached Family, we take a look at the cultural explosion of breastfeeding advocacy, as well as the challenges still to overcome. API writer Sheena Sommers begins this issue with “The Real Breastfeeding Story,” including …

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1. Pregnancy & Birth

Fertility and conception, pregnancy, childbirth, and the early postpartum period.

2. The Infant

From newborn to 17 months.

3. The Toddler

From 18 months to age 3.

4. The Growing Child

From age 4 to age 9.

5. The Adolescent

From age 10 to age 18.

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Breastfeeding and Co-sleeping in a Critical Culture
Thursday, 4 Dec, 2008 – 3:25 | 23 Comments

By Lisa Walshe
Looking back at life often brings understanding. As I look back at my life as a mother, I have more questions than answers. I don’t really know what made me mother the way …

Dear Editor: Confused By Crying Article
Wednesday, 26 Nov, 2008 – 22:37 | No Comment

Dear Editor,
The article “Crying and Comforting” from The Journal of API, Summer 2008 AP in a Non-AP World issue, states: “Two commonly prescribed approaches include: ignore the crying and encourage the crying,” and it offers …

Discipline Begins at Birth
Saturday, 8 Nov, 2008 – 17:58 | One Comment

By Rita Brhel, managing editor and attachment parenting resource leader (API)
My youngest daughter is turning one year old this month. It’s amazing how much she’s changed since she was born - she’s learning to walk, waves …

Discovering On-Demand Breastfeeding
Saturday, 8 Nov, 2008 – 14:40 | 5 Comments

By Deborah Bershatsky, PhD, AP mother
“We’ll put her on modified demand feeding,” the pediatrician said confidently at Rachel’s one week visit.
I was eager to be a good mother and terrified I wouldn’t know how. I …

Baby Sign Language as an Attachment Tool
Saturday, 8 Nov, 2008 – 14:37 | No Comment

By Linda Acredo, PhD, and Susan Goodwyn, PhD, co-founders of the Baby Signs® Program
Lisa Smith, a young mother of two little girls, was at her wits end, and very worried. She knew enough about child …