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Thread: New AAIMH Release: Responding to Baby's Cues

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    Default New AAIMH Release: Responding to Baby's Cues

    I have to give you a link as my PC is playing up:

    Responding to Baby's Cues

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    *bumpity bump*

    This is awesome Kel, thanks for posting!

    *hugs*
    Cailin

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    Thanks!!! Promptly printing to show Nan why I don't want Noah 'Exercising his lungs'

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    I was doing a child psychology course this semester in my masters program. Have some other useful attachment info sheets that people might like if you're interested. Not sure how to post them tho, or if I'm allowed??

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    Great article - thanks Kelly!!

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    SaraJane, maybe start a new post & do them as quotes and reference the articles.

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    Ok thanks, they are pdf articles tho so I will see how I go.

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    The link doesn't work for me

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    Very interesting reading

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    Hmm...perhaps we could sum up the article by saying "Follow your instincts"!

    Unfortunately time spent by parents with their babies and children is really undervalued in our society. I wonder how long it will take before we go full circle again and a nurturing, attachment based parenting style again becomes the norm.

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