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Posted on August 13, 2011 | No CommentsReading the latest The Parental Intelligence Newsletter I came upon this article that struck a cord with me - Why African Babies Don't Cry by J. Claire K. Niala.
Posted on March 16, 2011 | No CommentsA very helpful article by Helen Ball on bedsharing and breastfeeding, from Breastfeeding Today
Posted on December 31, 2009 | No CommentsAs the Archbishop of Canterbury's Christmas sermon bemoaned children's lack of childhood Philip Johnston in the telegraph asks why adults are treated like children? But Mr Johnston - both are true, and are two sides of the same coin - a lack of individual independence and increasing dependence on the state.
“risks for babies whose parents did not smoke or consume alcohol or drugs but who did sleep with their baby were not different from that for babies in a separate cot”Posted on October 19, 2009 | No CommentsOK – another study clearing saying what those of us who ever actually looked at the previous studies that supposedly linked cosleeping in an adult bed with cot death knew […]