A Whopping 41 Reasons to Go Diaper Free with Elimination Communication, No Potty Training Required

by Elizabethon January 09,2012 in Child DevelopmentHealth and WellnessLearningNatural Parenting Style

  No, the babies just don’t pee all over the floor and on your couch.  No, it’s not just  for the mama with dreadlocks, or for obsessive compulsive personality types.  It’s as natural as listening and responding to your baby’s need to be held, fed, or consoled.  Although it takes a genius to see out […]

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A Response to The Dangers of “Crying it Out” by Darcia Navaraez

by Jillon January 06,2012 in Baby_WearingChild DevelopmentNatural Parenting StyleResearch

“Crying it out.” Just reading the words makes me shudder. The belief that babies can be spoiled by being given too much attention and care is just plain wrong. Babies do not need to be left to their own devices in order to learn how to sleep. There is a lot of information about why […]

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We’re In the Buzz Guide, We’re In the Buzz Guide (Sing With Us!)

by Heatheron January 05,2012 in Baby CarrierBoba NewsNatural Parenting Style

We’re just tickled by all the love coming our way for the Boba Carrier 3G! This latest edition of our soft-structured baby carrier is included in the just-released 2012 Stroller Traffic Buzz Guide as a hottest product launch of the year in the gear category (woohoo!) . Big thanks to StrollerTraffic.com Gear Guy Jamie Grayson (aka @TheBabyGuyNYC) […]

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Five Very Pinteresting Crafts for Kids

by Bunmion January 04,2012 in Family JourneyJust For Fun

If you love crafts and haven’t discovered Pinterst yet, please visit it today. The website is the perfect hub for families looking for their next exciting DIY or project. My girls love making messes in the kitchen with homemade playdough, paint, water & bubbles…whatever they can get their hands on. Giving them the tools to […]

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Significantly Reduce Breast Cancer Risk By Breastfeeding More Than Two Years

by Elizabethon January 02,2012 in BreastfeedingHealth and WellnessNatural Parenting Style

  In China, nursing a toddler is socially acceptable.  It is even perceived as desirable for a woman to nurse her baby for a long time.  A study published in the Journal of Epidemiology on lactating Chinese women shows a significant 50% reduction in risk of  developing breast cancer when a woman nurses for two […]

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