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After giving birth for the first time and choosing what instinctually felt right, I was told I wasn’t doing things the “right way.” I was, and still am, whispered about, talked about and judged by many. I know this because I eventually hear about it. I really don’t care what people say or think of

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My family and I spent most of the day yesterday in the Federal Building updating passports. It was a very long day in a crowded space and what else does one do, other than watch your kids play superheroes with other kids in their common language, except people watch. I’ve always enjoyed people watching as

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Love.    Patience.    Presence.    Respect. Our role as Parent is constant…ever-changing and ever-growing. We each have different parenting styles and we each face challenges differently as well. As an attachment parent, four of my fundamental principles are Love, Patience, Presence and Respect. There are many others but these four will sum up an

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I started blogging about 4 years ago in an attempt to express myself and share my stories on attachment parenting. I never knew the term ‘attachment parenting’ existed until my first son was about 3 months old and people were constantly telling me I was doing things differently than normal. I never knew what kind

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Welcome to the new world of Baby Love Wrap and a community I’d love for you to be a part of!

I am so excited to build a community together where we can all share our stories, questions, helpful tips and more.

Time Magazine’s cover certainly caught the attention of everyone out there with this “provocative” cover, not just breast feeding mothers.
Although the attention may be negative and has sparked controversy, I am happy about the attention it is bringing to attachment parenting in America.

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