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Attachment Parenting Can’t Be Outgrown

There is a myth that parenting with attachment can be outgrown, that families “graduate” sometime in the toddler or preschool years. This thought usually crosses parents’ minds when their once-sweet baby who was content to be carried and cuddled and cooed at begins to assert herself – and not sweetly.

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  • May 16, 2012 at 1:17 am

    Wonderful post. Why should attachment stop at 3 or 4? Children need connection from their parents throughout childhood.


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