Cărucioare, Marsupii şi Stresul bebeluşilor

by Abbyon October 22,2013 in Boba RomânCărucioareMarsupii şi Stresul bebeluşilor

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Cărucioare, Marsupii şi Stresul bebeluşilor 8 Noiembrie 2008 de Elizabeth Antunovic (©2008 NAP, Inc.) 1. Introducere 2. Dezvoltarea coloanei vertebrale la bebeluşi 3. Întinsul la orizontală este stresant pentru coloana vertebrală şi pentru şolduri 4. Întinsul la orizontală cauzează deformări fizice 5. Viaţa în “recipiente” 6. Poziţia “îndoită, îndesată” fetală 7. Scaunele auto 8. Purtatul […]

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Traveling Alone with a Baby, Lessons Learned, Flight Tips Enclosed

by Heatheron October 09,2013 in Baby CarrierBaby_WearingFamily JourneyHolidaysTravel

I just got back from a fairly whirl-windy visit to the states with my 14 month old and though it wasn’t easy, I did find a few ways to to make it as low-key as possible (and made a few mistakes I won’t be repeating). While it can be a challenge to navigate all the […]

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Adventures in Babywearing: Babywearing at Work

by Nicholeon October 08,2013 in Adventures In BabywearingBaby CarrierHow-To TipsMommy Success StoriesMoms Who InspireNatural Parenting Style

They are the mother and daughter babywearing powerhouse duo heard round the world: Licia Ronzulli and daughter, Victoria. Ronzulli, an elected Member of the European Parliament for Italy, brought Victoria to Parliament when she was just six weeks old back in September 2010. Rozulli was operating under European laws that allow for and protect women who […]

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Unschooling Basics: Understanding What Unschooling Really Is

by Jillon September 20,2013 in Family JourneyLearningNatural Parenting Style

    “Before I talk about what I think unschooling is, I must talk about what it isn’t. Unschooling isn’t a recipe, and therefore it can’t be explained in recipe terms. It is impossible to give unschooling directions for people to follow so that it can be tried for a week or so to see […]

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A Path Traveled Better Together (Cooperative Mamahood)

by Heatheron September 12,2013 in Family JourneyMommy CareNatural Parenting StyleParenthood

Freedom Together. It’s not just for mothers in relation to their babies, and vice versa. I think Freedom Together is a way of seeing the world, a way of moving through life that embraces connection and joy. It’s a notion removed from our highly “independent” society where separation seems to equate mobility and success. I […]

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Are We Helping Our Kids To Be Happy? Reconsidering the Criteria for Joy

by Heatheron September 10,2013 in Family JourneyGrowthHealth and WellnessNatural Parenting StyleParenthood

Last year at my mother-in-law’s birthday, someone asked her what her birthday wish was. “For all my children to be happy,” she said resolutely. I hear the same sentiment echoed in my own mother’s words regularly. Now that I am a mother, I understand this clear and present wish. I, too, want above all else […]

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How Focusing On the Positive Shifted Our Experience of Discipline

by Rachel Thomason September 04,2013 in DisciplineFamily JourneyGrowthLearningNatural Parenting StyleParenthood

Over the years of raising six children, my spouse and I have learned a very important aspect of caring for them: positive reinforcement works much better than disciplinary actions. Don’t get me wrong, we’ve had our fair share of having to lay down the law when situations called for such. However, we noticed a profound […]

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In Her Own Time: Musing on Walking and Other Developmental Milestones

by Heatheron August 22,2013 in Family JourneyGrowthHealth and WellnessLearningNatural Parenting Style

It was a simple, easy morning. We woke up a little extra chipper, worked our way up to and through a decently yummy oatmeal breakfast. She crawled and knee-walked around, particularly fascinated with two plastic balls – one yellow, one blue. She’s been dropping and pseudo-throwing things lately (mostly balls and stones) and just watching […]

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