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Part 1 - Attachment Parenting

by Karuna Fedorschak and Elyse April

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"It is recommended that nursing be “on demand” and continue as long as the child is actively nursing and the mother is physically capable, ideally for three to five years. There is a vital connection between early feeding experiences and the child’s Psychological and emotional development. As the child grows and the mother senses the time for weaning approaching, she can begin preparing the child by talking about when nursing will end."

Conscious Parenting Workbook pg 6 - soon to be released by Hohm Press http://www.hohmpress.com/index.html

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"Create a space for the birth that is simple and welcoming, preferably a room with soft, quiet colors and free of music—a space of communion and celebration. Continue to talk to your baby psychically or verbally during the birth, as you would to an adult."

Conscious Parenting Workbook pg 6 - soon to be released by Hohm Press http://www.hohmpress.com/index.html

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"After the birth, it is recommended that mother and baby remain in the house together for approximately two weeks before venturing out into more stimulating environments.

As outside stimuli are introduced, you can objectively describe to your baby what these new noises and lights are, and assure him or her that he or she is safe and need not feel threatened."

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