20.9.2019 04:30 am
Attachment parenting is quite a controversy in the parenting circles and as a parent, I can understand why. I’ve learned that parenting is about instinct and mostly winging it. There is no rule book, Only a million parenting opinions.
My instinct told me to carry my child whenever she seems uncomfortable and attend to her every need. I am only recently learning that this parenting style is called attachment parenting. Parenting was hard enough for us, especially trying to navigate around our newly found schedule. I didn’t feel I wanted any more drama, I just wanted to do what felt right for me, whether that was right according to other people’s opinion.
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