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Dear Attachment Parents: You Aren't Ruining Your Kids

If you aren't familiar with attachment parenting, it is a style of parenting often characterized by things such as co-sleeping, feeding on demand, quick response to baby's cries, and gentle discipline. If attachment parenting isn't for you, then this post probably isn't either. And that's fine. This isn't an indictment against conventional forms of parenting. No doubt those have advantages for both parents and children that I know nothing about.
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