Looking for book recommendations - have just joined the Parenting Library and was wondering what books cover attachment parenting/philosophies well?
Someone has just recommended Beyond the Sling so am going to start there! Any others?
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04-08-2012 01:21 #1
Book recommendations - Attachment parenting
04-08-2012 05:22 #2
Baby book by sears
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04-08-2012 05:29 #3
The Continuum Concept - Jean Liedloff
Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering - Dr. Sarah Buckley
Um, I thought I knew more titles but I gave up reading books a few months post birth and just started doing whatever my baby told me to!
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04-08-2012 06:11 #4
Parenting By Heart by Pinky McKay
Sent from my GT-S6102 using BubHub
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04-08-2012 07:34 #5-
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Buddhism for Mothers - Sarah Napthali
Children are people too - Dr Louise Porter
Toddler Tactics - Pinky McKay, reading this at the moment, lots of practical tips and ideas.
I haven't read yet, but "Raising our children, Raising ourselves by Naomi Aldort", Have heard really good things about.
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04-08-2012 13:37 #6
Thanks some great suggestions. I love Sarah Napthali's books! Am going to see if the library has any of these or maybe the city library may have files I can download onto my ereader.
04-08-2012 18:16 #7Senior Member
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Heart to heart parenting by robin grille
Attached at the heart by attachment parenting international
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04-08-2012 18:21 #8
Not really a - this is how you ap but more this how I Ap sort of book of you get what I mean.
I got it from book depository pretty cheap.
OP I recommend the baby book by dr sears or anything by Pinky McKay
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04-08-2012 18:33 #9
Good to hear lots of titles at the library!
Yes my friend sid Beyond the Sling is more a personal journey backed up with scientific based evidence. Looking forward to it as I dont really want to read "this is how you should do it" books if you get what I mean. I enjoy reading "journey" type books
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04-08-2012 18:46 #10
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