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DonnaMcGill1396589755 DonnaMcGill1396589755 1 year

Doing the best we can...that describes us pretty good:) I hope people can enjoy their kids at whatever age they are....because it does go by way to fast for my taste!

Mary-GraceWeir1372388603 Mary-GraceWeir1372388603 1 year

I am an all of these parent. i think I apply methods from each of the styles listed. Every child is different and every family dynamic is too. So use your intuition that God gave you to raise your children. The major thing is that you are raising souls! Not just minds and bodies. Number one on my list is to make sure I teach them about God and Love through my modeling of those virtues, and to let them know that I am human, but I am their mother and teacher for life!

Jensee Jensee 1 year

Nope.

Jensee Jensee 1 year

Following babies cues ("baby-led") is just natural/attachment parenting.

CassandraSimons1381311710 CassandraSimons1381311710 1 year

What about parent-led parenting? Where the baby/child doesn't have to make all the decisions and the parent provides the schedule/activities/feed-times/bed-times. So they fall into a consistent routine and body-clock, which sets them up with long good-quality sleep and good-quality awake times.

brandymiller53518 brandymiller53518 1 year

yeah def. on the doing the best we can parenting

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