Google+ Authentic Parenting: Sunday Surf

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Sunday Surf

On Sundays, I will now be posting the most remarkable posts I came across during the preceding week while surfing the blogosphere.

In Two Kinds Of Society, Corneilius writes about detached and attached societies, detached not only vis-a-vis children, but detached or attached in a more general sense, as to their relationship to nature, other people and innate human capacities.

I read a couple of good articles on Bring Birth Home this week, where I am also following the homebirth emails - if you are considering a home birth, they are definately worth your while. I specifically liked Morgan McLaughlin McFarlands guest post that states there is more to birth then a healthy baby.

Public Health Doula writes a great post about the sillyness of the 'guilt' arguement when discussing the benefits of breastfeeding.

If you are wondering about the effects of the cry it out method on children, I suggest you go over to Baby Dust Diaries, where Paige wrote a clear and to the point entry on CIO's effect on the infant's brain.

Don't hesitate to use the comment form below and let me know what you thought about the articles, and how you like this new concept.

Happy Sunday!



  1. Thanks for the link love. I really like the Sunday Surf idea. I would join in. I'm thinking you need a badge and mr. linky! :) Could become the next Wordless Wednesday! I keep meaning to do a post where I summarize great things I read and I always forget.

  2. Thank you for the link to Public Health Doula - loved her post! And I'd already read and loved the CIO post at Baby Dust Diaries :)

    ~Dionna @ Code Name: Mama

  3. @Paige, you are very welcome, good posts deserve all the recognition they can get. I already thought about making a badge, but I'm new at the design thing, so I'm going through a rather steep learning curve here (all help would be welcome :) ) And adding mr. linky is a great idea.

    @ Dionna: I'm glad you liked it :)


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