"Breast-feeding infants, responsiveness to crying, almost constant touch and having multiple adult caregivers are some of the nurturing ancestral parenting practices that are shown to positively impact the developing brain, which not only shapes personality, but also helps physical health and moral development."
There are sme interesting presentations available for free from this symposium held in October: http://ccf.nd.edu/symposium/2012-sym...presentations/
Might be handy reading for anyone who is going into this parenting gig with only a birthplan that stops at cutting the cord and a copy of 'Save our Sleep'.
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