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  • Heather Somers

    Beautiful article on weaning

  • Mistie Charles

    Gentle Parenting / Attachment Parenting blog

  • Rachel Raney

    Nurshable- a very sweet and informative letter to her 3 month old about the "wait it out" method for infant sleep training (also see

  • Eve Schwarz

    Nurshable - I am not a human pacifier.

  • Heather Somers

    Beautiful read on breastfeeding

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The "Wait it Out" method of sleep training:

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