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The Attachment Parenting Book Might You And Your Baby Both Sleep Better If You Shared A Bed How Old Is Too Old For Breastfeeding What Is A Father S Role In Nurturing A Newborn How Does Early Attachment Foster A Child S Eventual Independence Dr Bill And Martha Sears The Doctor And Nurse, Husband And Wife Team Who Coined The Term Attachment Parenting Answer These And Many Questions In This Practical, Inspiring Guide Attachment Parenting Is A Style Of Parenting That Encourages A Strong Early Attachment, And Advocates Parental Responsiveness To Babies Dependency Needs The Attachment Parenting Book Clearly Explains The Six Baby B S That Form The Basis Of This Increasingly Popular Parenting Style Bonding, Breastfeeding, Babywearing, Bedding Close To Baby, Belief In The Language Value Of Baby S Cry, Beware Of Baby Trainers.Here S All The Information You Need To Achieve Your Most Important Goals As A New Parent To Know Your Child, To Help Your Child Feel Right, And To Enjoy Parenting.

Dr Sears, or Dr Bill as his little patients call him, is the father of eight children as well as the author of over 30 books on childcare Dr Bill is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine Dr Bill received his pediatric training at Harvard Medical School s Children s Hospital in Boston and The Hospital for Sick Children in T Dr Sears, or Dr Bill as his little patients call him, is the father of eight children as well as the author of over 30 books on childcare Dr Bill is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine Dr Bill received his pediatric training at Harvard Medical School s Children s Hospital in Boston and The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto the largest children s hospital in the world, where he served as associate ward chief of the newborn nursery and associate professor of pediatrics Dr Sears is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics AAP and a fellow of the Royal College of Pediatricians RCP.Dr Bill is also a medical and parenting consultant for BabyTalk and Parenting magazines and the pediatrician on the website Parenting.com

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • The Attachment Parenting Book
  • William Sears
  • English
  • 20 March 2017
  • 0316778095

10 thoughts on “The Attachment Parenting Book

  1. says:

    In our family, this is the definitive parenting book Rather than extolling the virtues of being a wire monkey Mama, and getting your newborn infant to adapt to your busy life, Dr Sears gently shows that it s OK to listen to your parenting instincts Hold your babybreastfeed your babysleep with your babyand by all means, pick your baby up when she cries In a culture that prizes independence beyond just about all else, Dr Sears presents evidence that the mainstream parenting practic In our family, this is the definitive parenting book Rather than extolling the virtues of being a wire monkey Mama, and getting your newborn infant to adapt to your busy life, Dr Sears gently shows that it s OK to listen to your parenting instincts Hold your babybreastfeed your babysleep with your babyand by all means, pick your baby up when she cries I...

  2. says:

    I had high expectations for this book.Mostly, because without a lot of information and preparation, I d likely be a pretty shit parent It was either read a buttload of books and hope for the best or let the TV do the job for me image error I m still not sure I made the right choiceI want to make it clear that if there is a particular parenting philosophy that I give favouritism to much like I do to...

  3. says:

    Beware of Baby Trainers as a foundational building block of your philosophy I think Sears takes it too far when he refers to all other parenting styles as detached He is misguided at best arrogant at his worst.I agree that emotionally bonding and attaching with my child is important, but not with the underlying premise that a child was emotionally traumatized at birth and needs to be near to parents 24 7 to receive this attachment I also find it laughable that Sears spends 80% of t Beware of Baby Trainers as a foundational building ...

  4. says:

    This book is very commonsense as the subtitle suggests but also different than what I thought I knew I like what it has to say.When I read A Lantern in Her Hand it talks about Abbie s daughter in law who raises her children by the book, and is so strict about it that she will let no one else help This is in contrast to Abbie, who had almost no mentor, but knew ...

  5. says:

    My two star rating doesn t reflect my opinion of attachment parenting, it reflects how I responded to the book overall Even though my family practices many aspects of attachment parenting I felt as though the tone of the book was too preachy and made too many assumptions about parents who don t practice attachment parenting I also felt many of the statements and beliefs weren t adequately backed up by research and seeme...

  6. says:

    When my daughter was about 2 months old she stopped sleeping in her crib One morning after a horrible night of neither of us sleeping, I bundled her up and walked to my mom s place My mom took one look at us and told us to go sleep in the spare room As tired as I was, I was terrified of co sleeping but my mom promised to check in on us every few minutes to make sure I didn t roll over onto her We slept that way the entire day and when we awoke my mom said I hadn t moved at all except for twi When my daughter was about 2 months old she stopped sleeping in her crib One morning after a horrible night of neither of us sleeping, I bundled her up and walked to my mom s place My mom took one look at us and told us to go sleep in the spare room As tired as I was, I was terrified of co sleeping but my mom promised to check in on us every few minutes to make sure I didn t roll over onto her We slept that way the entire day and when we awoke my mom said I hadn t moved at all except for twice when I nursed her something I only vaguely remember doing The next night I tried again to put her in her crib and when she refused I immediately gave up and moved her into my bed She hasn t gone back into the crib since and I love sharing a bed with her I slee...

  7. says:

    I liked this book, but not as much as I thought I would I followed a lot of attachment parenting principles with my first son, without even knowing it was called that I just did what made sense and came instinctively to me It made me feel better and easier for us to work on his struggling nursing issues to have him close to me at night than to put him all alone in a separate room It was easier to wear him and have my hands free than carry him all around or dea...

  8. says:

    Nedo etla jsem zcela, ke knize se vr t m, a bude d t star.Doporu uji ji st, je t kdy jste t hotn To nejd le it j je podle m hned po porodu a v estined l.

  9. says:

    Bebe e disiplin vermeye al mak yerine onun ihtiya lar n g z n nde bulundurmam z gerekti ine dair bir kitap Uyku e itimi, saatli emzirme yapan biriyseniz size farkl gelebilir Ama her istedi inde emziren, bebe inizi ask yla ta yan biriyseniz anlat lanlar hali haz rda biliyo...

  10. says:

    Our model of parenting has always been very attachment style, just by nature We didn t read any parenting books prior to our first being born We already had ideas about what we wanted to do based on our philosophy studies, namely Aristotle s Ethics , as funny as it sounds, and attachment parenting was what was fell into through a combination of those thoughts, our personalities, and our baby s needs.I read some rather bizarre articles lately though that laid out attachment...

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