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An indispensable, hands-on guide to attachment parenting.
From breastfeeding to the family bed to "wearing" your baby or toddler in a sling or backpack, ATTACHMENT PARENTING has all the information you will need to forge a loving, secure attachment with your young children. With expert advice from pediatricians, lactation specialists, and anthropologists--as well as words of wisdom from dozens of real families--this book offers a comprehensive overview of today's most talked-about nurturing style. Also included is an exhaustive list of print, Internet and support group resources for parents. Topics covered in the book include: *Preparing for Your New Baby *Choosing a Birth Setting *Bonding in the First Days After Birth *Choosing a Breastfeeding-Friendly Healthcare Provider *How to Know Whether You Need a Lactation Consultant *Making the Breast vs. Bottle Choice *Breastfeeding Advocacy *How to Get Your Baby to Sleep *The Family Bed *"Ferberizing" *Working and Breastfeeding *Breastpumps *Choosing a Baby Carrier *Child-Respectful Weaning *Breastfeeding Past the First Year and Beyond and much, much more!
Katie Allison Granju is a writer whose work has appeared in The Chicago Tribune, Disney's Family.Com, Microsoft's Underwire, and Salon's very popular "Mothers Who Think" column. She is the mother of three attachment-parented young children.
Fast delivery. Nice price. Nice quality. The book was as it was promised.
Easy reading. Me and my husband enjoy it. Read more
I was too stressed and overwhelmed by all the advise and techniques to raise a loving and independent baby. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Irma
Nice book but I have read very similar books so it did not impressed me. It is a litlle bit absolute but in general follows the same guidlines I use.Published on 6 Aug. 2013 by despina monokrousou
Like so many other people I read Gina Ford and baby wise books when pregnant, this could not be more opposite. Read morePublished on 21 Jun. 2012 by Lct
This is truly a wonderful book.
I did find some of the advice hard to follow - some people are able to give more easily & more of themselves. Read more
Having read several books on baby care, especially sleep problems, from the likes of Tracy Hogg, Supernanny, Tanya Byron, Gina Ford and so on, I've been converted to this approach. Read morePublished on 23 Oct. 2010 by J. Lubanska
I believe in 'attachment parenting' but found this book deeply disappointing. The first three chapters are repetitive and pessimistic, without offering any practical or useful... Read morePublished on 18 Sept. 2009 by D. Hill
I am a big fan of attachment parenting. The book itself is good for someone looking for very practically oriented information about attachment parenting. Read morePublished on 6 Dec. 2008 by Ramiel Nagel
Really enjoyed this book. It gave me lots of insight into how to look after my 4 month old daughter. Really interesting and a great book to return to. Would recommend it to anyone. Read morePublished on 3 July 2008 by L. Fleet