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Dear Veronika A friend sent me a link to this blog...

2007-01-08T01:42:00.000-08:00

Dear Veronika
A friend sent me a link to this blog article, as she knows that I have always had strong concerns about the 'aware parenting' movement, as she does too. We have felt very frustrated that it is so accepted amongst 'attachment parenting' circles, and that it has been embraced by a number of our friends. I have often thought about writing an article about it for a magazine in Australia which I read which has carried many articles about the 'need' for babies to cry. Thank you so much for your wonderfully articulated comments about why this is rubbish. I really appreciate it and totally agree with you.



hi Jeremiah...I agree with your post. It isn't art...

2007-01-06T03:51:00.000-08:00

hi Jeremiah...I agree with your post. It isn't art to *make* a baby/child cry...
Best wishes, Veronika



hi Hoon The ethos behind The Mother goes beyond ra...

2007-01-06T03:50:00.000-08:00

hi Hoon
The ethos behind The Mother goes beyond race, creed and culture and rests with what is intuitive in all human beings who tap into their mammalian instincts. We do have readers of Chinese, Japanese, African origin, but mostly our readers are Anglo Saxon.
Best wishes, Veronika



So happy to have found your blog. I am adding it t...

2007-01-04T07:01:00.000-08:00

So happy to have found your blog. I am adding it to my blogroll at Z Recommends.

Thanks, specifically, for your comments on "Aware Parenting" and crying. I have a 2.5-year-old and am reminded of this issue as an art photography site renewed a debate I got embroiled in over whether it was acceptable to deliberately make young children cry in order to photograph them for an art project. The site named this photographer "Photographer of the Year" because of this project. I believed (and still believe) it was fundamentally wrong.

If you have any thoughts on this issue, I would love to see them addressed in your Saturday roundup.



I would so like to sprinkle angel dust around the ...

2007-01-01T07:55:00.000-08:00

I would so like to sprinkle angel dust around the globe.........

YOU DOoooooo! You shower! angel gems through your
soul resonance,
your lifes work,
your mothering,
the Mother magazine and SO much more.
It is US who need to celebrate and appreciate and support you more in this work, so our kindred spirit community puts love into action rather than workshops 'about it'-
YOU are pro-active in 'getting it out there' that is a gift in and of itself - that is Love in Action.
Loved your sharing of 'soul home' -I am putting out for one too lol.
Namaste blessing and new year aspirations for us all.
ruth.



I've read your blog for some time now and enjoyed ...

2006-12-31T07:49:00.000-08:00

I've read your blog for some time now and enjoyed it. For my own curiosity however, do you have any Oriental/African/Asian readers? A lot of the practices you advocate are traditional practices or at least they are in my culture, I'm Chinese. For instance, my grandmother practiced elimination/communication, although she didn't call it that, I slept with all my babies and they go everywhere with me, and my Mom still refuses to use to pram ( she says they're a royal pain in the behind ) and carries her grandchildren everywhere. However, the Mother magazine's readership does seem to be predominantly Anglo-Saxon. If I'm wromg I apologise because it would be nice for those of us who live here in the West to know that our baby-traditions are respected. Yours truly, Hoon, Salford