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Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Parents have all heard before that it is possible for a child to receive too much attention and love when they are growing up. The idea that kids can be spoiled from the love of their parents is a topic of debate, and Authentic Parenting tackled the topic in a recent post. It is, in fact, not possible to spoil your baby with love, and there is no need to try and act in a detached manner when parenting. Authentic Parenting offered a few ways to parent your child lovingly that I thought were great. You should keep your baby close to your heart; when they need to fall asleep your heartbeat is soothing to them. Respond tenderly to your baby's mannerisms. The more you pay attention to certain things they do or faces they make, the easier it will be to know what they need. Babies are programmed naturally to expect to have their needs met, so there is no reason to think you are spoiling them by giving them what they need.
Read the entire article here: Babies Don't Spoil: Affection and Attachment Matter!