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    Lali07 is offline Registered User
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    Thanks Pixelelf :) at some point we're hoping to get an AP group (mums, dads, babies, kids) together.

    Ozmerc, some bookstores e.g. dymocks will often order books in, otherwise try paddyfield.com (HK site) or amazon.com

    Cheers! :D

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    while i followed some of the AP ideas, i didn't follow them all....and just to let you know, both of my kids know i love them more than anything, that i will always be there for them and that i am an attentive parent.... those qualities are not only found in AP parents.

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    dr sears books on www.shopinhk.com.
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    Here's a list of Dr Sears Books
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    I thought I saw the Sears AP book in Bookazine a couple of months ago?

    We're at AP family. We share the family bed with our 3.5 yr old who is still BFing. I very much doubt he will wean before September so I'll be tandem nursing him and his baby brother.

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    Thanks Rani - will order from that website. I think it's cheaper than Amazon too. I've actually never read any AP books but found out about it after I'd already decided that it's principles seemed to make good sense.

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    Thanks for everyone's reassurance. Its always good to talk to people who shares the seam mentality.
    Btw, I live in Kowloon and would love to meet up with any of you for a playdate/ coffee date. PM me if you're interested.
    =)

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    I agree with carang I was an attachment parent. I had actually no idea there was a name for it it's just what I wanted to do and my baby wanted to do. My LO is 18 months and I still co-sleep, I stopped breast-feeding at 16 months and I have been out past 7 o'clock twice lol and my LO still loves me and knows I'm there for her whenever she needs me :)

    Try not to let anyone pressure you into doing something or doing something else whatever parenting style you choose is your decisio. whatever it is you choose someone will always have an opinion about

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