Screaming to sleep, Part One: The moral imperative to end 'cry it out'

Cry It Out harms normal brain development and damages a child’s capacity to develop secure attachment bonds -- essential to the cultivation of empathy, pro-social behavior, and future, healthy long-term relationships "

Screaming to sleep: The moral imperative to end 'cry it out' Part one of a two part series on CIO

Cry It Out harms normal brain development and damages a child’s capacity to develop secure attachment bonds -- essential to the cultivation of empathy, pro-social behavior, and future, healthy long-term relationships "

Pediatric Politics: How Dire Warnings Against Infant Bed Sharing ‘Backfired’

Pediatric Politics: How Dire Warnings Against Infant Bed Sharing ‘Backfired’ - New study finds cosleeping is safe!

Pediatric Politics: How Dire Warnings Against Infant Bed Sharing ‘Backfired’

Pediatric Politics: How Dire Warnings Against Infant Bed Sharing ‘Backfired’ - New study finds cosleeping is safe!

Cosleeping is wonderful! Cribs are a fad. Cosleeping is intrinsic.

I let my parents sleep in the big bed with me, co sleeping t-shirt by Lactivist Long Sleeved.

New research claims babies should sleep with their mothers until they reach the age of three

Bad news for dads: Babies 'should share mother's bed until age three' because it's good for their hearts

Babies should share their mother's bed until age 3 because it's good for their hearts. Sleeping alone makes it harder for mother and child to bond and damages the development of the brain. I love to read stuff like this bc I'm a fan of co sleeping.

Screaming to sleep, Part Two: The moral imperative to end 'cry it out'

Screaming to sleep, Part Two: The moral imperative to end 'cry it out' from Philly Voice

Parents everywhere tend to think that the way they raise their children is the best way, and Americans are no exception. Contemporary American parents seek to optimize their children’s lives, treat them as equals, and reduce their risk of harm to zero; anything less may seem negligent. Yet many of the practices Americans hold as sacred are quite rare in other countries — and the burdens Americans place on themselves are often unwarranted.

It's OK to sleep next to your infant child. It's even beneficial.

It's OK to sleep next to your infant child. In fact, it's beneficial - LA Times

Babies 'should sleep in mother's bed until age three'

Babies 'should sleep in mother's bed until age three'

First time mothers warned over home birth risks - Telegraph

Breastfeeding Medicine -  Physicians blogging about breastfeeding - Should the AAP Sleep Alone?

Should the AAP Sleep Alone?

Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine: Reports on breastfeeding sibling study vastly overstated.

Why Aren't We Sleeping With Our Babies?

Why Aren't We Sleeping With Our Babies? (VIDEO)

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