A Time To Heal- A Look at Postpartum Recovery

http://theleakyboob.com/2010/12/a-time-to-heal-a-look-at-postpartum-recovery/ I often see or hear of women pushing themselves to return to normal as quickly as possible after birth.  In a hurry to get their life and body back they jump into a myriad of activities at warp speed, often just days after giving birth.  Riding on the birth and baby high, pumped fullContinue reading “A Time To Heal- A Look at Postpartum Recovery”

Dangers of “Crying It Out”

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/moral-landscapes/201112/dangers-crying-it-out We should understand the mother and child as a mutually responsive dyad. They are a symbiotic unit that make each other healthier and happier in mutual responsiveness. This expands to other caregivers too. (click to read on psychologytoday.com)

Five Things NOT to Do to Babies

Five Things NOT to Do to Babies *Note: “Babies” refers to 0-2 or so. When I had a puppy, he hated to be ignored or left alone. At those times he would chew up the furniture. Babies hate these things too, but they can’t damage the furniture to let us know. Instead, their development getsContinue reading “Five Things NOT to Do to Babies”