Lianka - posted on 10/02/2011 ( 1 mom has responded )
I'm a mom of two girls: one is 6 years old and one is almost 17months old. I've been happily married for 10 years.
I follow the attached perenting principles without knowing that there were any associations for ... the way I thought to be the right way to be a parent.
I've recently left my job to spend time with my daughters. It's difficult to me say that I'm a stay-at-home mom, but I think I'm lucky to have the chance to be a mother that can helps her children to grow up.
My first child is 6, she is turning 7 next December. She is now attending her 2nd year at the primary school. She is lovely and very smart, she likes science and always wants to find new experiments to do. She loves nature and animals like me. I spent so much time with her and teach her so many things about anything she likes that I hope to do the same with my second one.
My little one is almost 17 months, she arrived unexpectedly one after a miscarriage. She is a gift for me, because I had tought I have never had a baby again, and then she arrived! She is full of life, she is learning to speak and she walks and run joiful all the day. She doesn't like to sleep, she hasn't slept for about 1 year, now she is going better but she needs practise.
I've found few people in my life that have a kind of "attached perenting way" as a way to live the children. I really to talk to someone that has the same point of view of mine, because sometimes it's hard to spend time with people who try to convince me that my way to live with my children is not the right way.
Anyway, I think I've told anything about myself. I'm very glad to know you all and I hope to know you all more.