I’m not taking the bait, Time magazine. What other mothers do to raise their children is their business. I do have one question about attachment parenting and I just may pick up the magazine to see if the article answers it.
I apparently didn’t do my best reading when my girls were infants. I didn’t read What to Expect When You’re Expecting that has inspired a movie and didn’t read anything by Dr. Bill Sears. Oops!
That said, I wore and nursed Simone and Nadia. I did some form of attachment parenting for a year for both of them. I nursed my babies because it gave them a good start. I wore my babies because it was efficient, fun and they loved it.
Here is my question: What, if anything, does attachment parenting do after year one?