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Parenting expert Alyson Schafer explains her concerns with co-sleeping.
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A Texas mom has come up with a unique Ikea hack that allows her family of seven to sleep together in the same bed. Mommy blogger Elizabeth Boyce has five children. After struggling to get them to sta...
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The term co-sleeping suggest everyone actually sleeps.
EDMONTON - The death of an infant in care has led to Alberta's child advocate recommending that foster parents stop letting babies sleep with them.Del Graff made the suggestion Tuesday in a report int...
I've adopted a lot of the attachment parenting principles, but co-sleeping isn't one of them. Unless they're sick or scared -- which of course happens from time to time and they're welcome in our bed -- I just can't do it. And I'm OK with that. So, attack me all you want but here are the top five reasons I don't co-sleep.
I get asked this question a lot, and it's a question I love to be asked. I have spent the last ten years trying out just about every security software product available. I have come to the conclusion that you get what you pay for, and not all software is created equal.
I hadn't even heard of the term "crunchy parenting" before my wife suggested it for a column. But celebs like Alicia Silverstone and Mayim Bialik are bringing its fringe philosophy, also known as "attachment parenting," into the spotlight. (Though not entirely interchangeable terms, think of crunchy parenting and attachment parenting like hip-hop and rap -- the former includes the latter, but is also more expansive in scope.)
A Quebec coroner is recommending parents never sleep in the same bed as their babies following an inquest into the death of three infants. Coroner Andrée Kronstrom is recommending infants under the a...