Posts tagged "attachment parenting"

Mommie Dearest: From Helicopters To Lawnmowers, With Free-Range In Between, What Kind Of Parent Will You Be?

Parenting can be overwhelming. Not the actual act of being a parent -- although that certainly has its challenges -- but the whole world of parenting philosophies. It seems like every other week we're bombarded with a new way to parent, each one promising even more chances of insuring your offspring's success. For a new…

By: Avital Norman Nathman / October 14, 2014

Mayim Bialik’s Son Has Quit The Tit!

"Well, nay-sayers, prepare to be proven wrong. All of you snarky mamas who glared at me nursing my 3 1/2-year-old on the NYC subway, prepare to be amazed. And to all of my family and friends who wanted to chastise me about nursing a walking, talking, thinking, laughing little man named Fred, thanks for holding…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / February 9, 2013

A Reality Show About Breastfeeding Older Children Is On The Way

On the heels of the Time magazine cover and all the talk about attachment parenting, Collins Avenue,the production company that brought us "Dance Moms" (which I happen to love, that Abbey Lee Miller is a trip), is developing a reality series about mothers who breastfeed older children. And no, I am not making reference to Michelle

By: Ami Angelowicz / July 9, 2012

8 Celebrity Attachment Parents

Alanis Morissette has something she thinks you oughta know: she intends on breastfeeding her 16-month-old son Ever until he's ready to stop, saying that the practice will keep him out of therapy. "For me, I protect his safety and his well-being and his attachment," she told Billy Bush. "That stage of development is a very important stage.”…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / May 21, 2012

The Soapbox: I Want A Ceasefire On The Mommy Wars

Here it is. The latest in the "mommy wars." Because everything is a war these days, it seems. Yesterday, we were talking about the “war on obesity.” I even heard that Obama declared “war on marriage.” So “war” means “having a different opinion.” Or possibly “wanting equal rights.” In a moment, it might mean, “Hey,…

By: Kate Fridkis / May 15, 2012

The Soapbox: Attachment Parenting Is The Lazy Mama’s Secret

When you become a parent, one of the first things that you will learn is that everyone has an opinion about the way you choose to parent. From friends, family, your doctor, to strangers in line at the grocery store, everyone will impart their own unsolicited brand of wisdom — usually by telling you what

By: Avital Norman Nathman / May 10, 2012