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This review examines an age-old approach to parenting recently rediscovered in Western industrialized societies and known by names such as natural parenting, attachment parenting, and instinctive parenting. Its leading principle is utmost sensitivity to the child's innate emotional and physical needs, resulting in extended breastfeeding on demand, extensive infant carrying on the caregiver's body, and cosleeping of infant and parents.

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This resource discusses the safety of swaddling a baby.

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This brochure provides tips on safe sleeping for babies.

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This handout describes how to create a safe sleeping environment for a baby.

This resource introduces safe sleeping tips for babies.

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This article reviews research on the connections between language and later reading, environmental factors associated with language learning, and interventions developed in varied countries for encouraging book use by parents of young children.

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This graphic outlines developmental milestones of early childhood.

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This resource gives tips on development and safety of children aged 2-3

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This resource gives tips on development and safety of children under age 1.

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This resource gives tips on development and safety of children aged 3-5.

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This resource gives tips on development and safety of children aged 1-2.

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This resource gives tips for parents of children under 5.

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