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- 03/05/12--07:55: _A Mother to Mother ...
- 03/09/12--06:22: _Magic Mama
- 05/17/12--06:49: _Dr. Sears Comments ...
- 06/22/12--06:14: _Own Two Hands
- 07/16/12--20:25: _Helping Older Kids ...
- 07/23/12--09:52: _Extra Pair of Eyes
- 10/02/12--06:00: _The Power of Connec...
- 03/11/13--05:59: _Our Attached Family
- 11/03/14--07:05: _Because breastfeedi...
- 09/11/16--13:27: _The growing trend o...
- 03/05/12--07:55: A Mother to Mother Conversation With Mayim Bialik
- 03/09/12--06:22: Magic Mama
- 06/22/12--06:14: Own Two Hands
- 07/16/12--20:25: Helping Older Kids Adjust to a New Baby
- 07/23/12--09:52: Extra Pair of Eyes
- 10/02/12--06:00: The Power of Connection – Guest Post by Nancy Massotto
- 03/11/13--05:59: Our Attached Family
- 11/03/14--07:05: Because breastfeeding is normal
- 09/11/16--13:27: The growing trend of grandfamilies
“…neuroscience and developmental neurobiology and psychology support a style of parenting that fosters healthy dependence. It’s simply biologically true.” We know of Mayim as Blossom, the Mayim who earned a PhD in neuroscience, Mayim as Amy Farrah Fowler in the hit TV series, Big Bang Theory. She adds “author” to her impressive list of titles with […]
My mom was magic. She is magic. But her dust sparkles the most in my childhood mind. She did it all, and now that I am a mom to a toddler at the same age she was a mom to a toddler and a new born baby, it baffles my mind she even combed her […]
Guest blogger Dr. Bill Sears shares his thoughts on the much talked about TIME Magazine Attachment Parenting Article, “The Man Who Remade Motherhood.” Hello parents! The cover was risky but a brilliant hook by Time Magazine to attract readers, and they achieved their goal. The writer, Kate Pickert, herself a new mother and one of […]
By Deanna Spangler, API Leader in Roseville, California So life in my house is busy with three girls ages 7, 5, and 2. Not only am I a stay-at-home mom but I started homeschooling my oldest this year. Busy doing the same tasks grossly repetitively I clean, teach, change diapers, laundry, errands – we […]
My older son was 2 years and 8 months old when his little brother was born. I’d agonized for a long time about child spacing, and was worried about how Sol (my first born) would handle the addition to the family. We’re 3 months into being a family of 4 and I’ve learned a lot […]
I cannot underscore the importance of a supportive spouse, partner, or mother’s helper when you’re a work-from-home parent of a mobile baby or preverbal toddler. Just this week, my seven-month-old son has learned to climb the few steps between the family room, where my office is located, and the kitchen. I had hoped the steps […]
This year’s Attachment Parenting Month theme is “Relax, Relate, Rejuvenate: Renewed with Parent Support.” We are delighted to kick off AP Month with a guest post about the importance of support by Nancy Massotto, Founder and Director of Holistic Moms Network. We live in a virtual world. We connect online, spend hours in front […]
Hey there! I am looking forward to being a regular contributor here at APtly Said. My name is Jillian and I am a twenty-two-year-old wife and mother. For as long as I can remember I have wanted nothing more than to have a happy family. When I was diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of […]
For some, breastfeeding doesn’t come easily. I, for one, have shed my fair share of tears over the challenging journey that it has been at times. Yet, even though I have seen the negatives — even though I have been shamed, ridiculed and challenged about nursing my daughter — I support breastfeeding. Even though there […]
Editor’s Note: Today, in observance of Grandparents’ Day, we acknowledge and honor grandparents for their love, dedication, and contributions to their evolving families and future generations. As we celebrate grandparents, we spotlight the growing trend in the U.S. of grandparents raising their grandchildren. A few months ago, a third-grade boy in my sons’ school unexpectedly […]