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Welcome to the book review thread for The attachment parenting book by Dr sears (from the sears parenting library)
If you've read this book, please give us your review so that future readers/buyers can know what to expect from it.
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stars out of five
the whole book i think! its a brilliant book for sarting out as an AP parent and i will be purchasing for my family when they have kids too. explainations of the 7 baby Bs are laid out right there for you, with examples for every type of family including a chapter on the working mother, and day cares etc (so not just for the SAHMs) its non judgmental about FF and breastfeeding, and explains situations in which some of the baby Bs wouldn't work.
its an all round good book for AP and wanting to be AP parents.
the layout drove me a bit crazy! it has loads of facts in boxes, some of which are quite long so to finish one paragraph i'd have to go back to read the facts.... etc a personal preference though! lol
♥ good points This book just is the perfect book for any parent doubting if breastfeeding, babywearing, holding your baby, co-sleeping, gentle discipline (and overall parenting) if it's for you. I think it's a great stepping stone book for anyone into AP. ♥ bad points Well, it's not Ap enough at an emotional and spiritual level. ♥ overall impression of the book Good. ♥ what age is it appropriate for Pregnany and up. ♥ stars out of five 5 out of 5 for a new AP person and 3 out of 5 for people not new to the AP concepts.