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6 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: AP with Older Kids

  1. Melissa  

    I love these!
    While I’m not at all eager for my daughter to grow up, I look forward to the experiences that naturally parenting an older child will bring! Thanks for sharing these 🙂

  2. Michelle @ The Parent Vortex  

    It’s great to see how all these older children seem to have such positive relationships with their parents after an AP childhood. Thanks!

  3. Deb Chitwood @ Living Montessori Now  

    I loved seeing the photos of how others are using AP as their children grow older. AP is definitely rewarding throughout the years – and the rewards continue when our children are adults! Thanks for using my photo!

  4. Lauren  

    I love all these photos and stories! Thanks so much for submitting them (at the last minute), everyone!

    It’s so heartwarming to see how connection can continue even as our children grow.

  5. nerdling

    it’s funny how it never occurred to me before in this context, but the photo and caption from christy @ 3 moms & a kitchen really resonated with me. i’m an attachment parenting nanny who wore the 3 yr old most of her life until her sister came along and i still wear her 20mos old sister quite often. AP really is about passing the principles on to the next generation. when we’re at home, the girls pull out their little backpacks, wear them on their chests and squeeze their baby dolls or cuddle toys between the straps (for an ergo-like effect). they walk around cooing and stroking their little ones, and it melts my heart because i know that i’m doing something right. thanks for posting this.