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Here are the top ten articles for the Attachment Parenting Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Are Chlorine Free Diapers Better?
Chlorine free disposable diapers are advertised as the safest way to diaper your baby. Separate the facts from the hype.
2. Homeschool Options
Many attachment parents choose to homeschool their children and the options for homeschool families are far greater than they have ever been before. Here is a simple breakdown of three main categories of homeschooling.
3. Avoiding Mommy Burnout
Parenting is a demanding job that can often lead parents to feeling overwhelmed, smothered, or burnt out. It is important to recognize when you are starting to feel that way and to make time to care for yourself
4. Make Your Own Baby Sling
Crochet or sew your own baby sling. Get just what you want in just the right fabric or yarn when you do it yourself!
5. Strollers Deprive Infants of Contact
A recent study shows that strollers that face away from parents inhibit interaction between parents and babies.
6. Quick and Easy Ways to Take a Break
As a parent, it is often hard to find the time to take a break. However, it is important that we are able to relax and recharge our batteries if we want to be able to be our best selves with our children. Here are some quick, easy, and low-cost ways to take a break.
7. Preparing for Baby
Preparing for a new baby, or nesting, can be expensive and overwhelming for many parents. Luckily, attachment parents often find that many of the popular baby purchases are unnecessary. However, there are a few things you will want to have on hand!
8. Connecting with Kids
While it may not be possible to feel connected with our kids all of the time, there are a few key times of the day when it may be more beneficial to the parent-child relationship than others. By focusing on these key moments, you can boost your connection with your child.
9. Discipline - Time In
Many parents are aware of the parenting technique known as Time Out. However, a lesser known approach, Time In, is an excellent way to encourage the child to change their behavior without isolating them. Learn more about Time In and how it can help your child.
10. Should You Use Cloth Menstrual Pads?
Why use cloth menstrual pads? You want to do what is best for your health and the environment, but aren't cloth pads icky? Learn how simple and easy these cloth menstrual pads can be. You'll save money and be more comfortable - what could be better than that?
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