SheKnows’ Pregnancy & Baby chose The Baby Bond as their Top Parenting Book.
They write: “In The Baby Bond: The New Science Behind What’s Really Important When Caring for Your Baby, parenting expert Linda Folden Palmer identifies nurturing techniques to help new moms bond with their child naturally while building a healthy family. From the benefits of breastfeeding to the influence of attentiveness and touch on brain development, this book even explains how the teen years can be less stressful for parents who rely on “attachment parenting.”
Wouldn’t The Baby Bond natural parenting, attachment parenting, and natural health book make a great baby shower gift or present for a new mother?
This table from Georgetown University is very telling about SIDS in the U.S. Many publications make the assumption that African-American SIDS rates are higher than Caucasian, in part, due to Continue reading
A Review of the Studies – Part 1
Because the AAP, baby product industry, and media want you to hear only the sensationalized incomplete findings.
Charts of Studies: It’s easy to see that human milk brings far greater survival and optimal development for premature infants, as shown in the below chart of studies. Continue reading
Attempts to fortify human milk for preemies are very common… …It all sounds great, but there are many problems associated with fortification. Continue reading
What causes stress during infancy? Laboratory and psychology research on animal and human infants gives us many clues. Continue reading
During her pregnancy, Sarina ate all the right things, attended maternity yoga classes, and perused a nice stack of parenting books, but she was unprepared for what lay ahead.
There are occasions when a mother is unable to provide any human milk for her baby, or where serious supply challenges require artificial supplementation.
I highly recommend that all pregnant mothers become informed about premature infant care. There’s no time to become informed if a premature birth happens to you, and your choices can have huge consequences on the Continue reading