Attachment Parenting, sometimes also called instinctive parenting or continuum concept parenting, is a style of parenting that is more natural as demonstrated by historical, anthropological, psychological and emotional evidence. It involves listening to your baby's cues, breastfeeding on demand, holding baby in arms or against your body whenever possible (using slings or other body baby carriers), co-sleeping, plus other activities and natural health concepts. The following books are great resources for attachment parenting, natural parenting and breastfeeding:
The Thinking Woman's Guide to a Better Birth - excellent guide to prepare you for making better pregnancy and birth choices. Do you really need an amnio? a CVS? or other prenatal tests? Read this to help you better decide what makes the most sense for you.