"Follow me at ParentTrapped. My boyfriend and I co-blog about parenting our 3 month old son, two dogs, two ferrets, ball python, and turtle. We also share parenting tips, breastfeeding tips, cosleeping tips, photos, and more.
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This is a group for all the proud attachment parents. The ones that sleep with their baby, carry their baby or wear them in sling, for the moms that do not practice cry-it-out, do not spank and take a loving, gentle and natural course to parenting.
That's my website, my boyfriend and I co-blog about our misadventures in parenting our three month old boy, two dogs, ball python, two ferrets, and turtle. As well as sharing parenting tips/reserach, things about breastfeeding,…"
"Hi I'm Bree, my boyfriend and I blog at ParentTrapped about our life with our three month old son, being a new parent, as well as using it as a way to keep our memories together. I'll be going through the list following some of…"
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We're just two parents trying to share our experience parenting our son. Parenting from both sides of the gender spectrum.
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I don't know that I have one. I just want to share my research with other young moms, share my experience parenting my son, and preserve my memories. If I happen to connect to other moms and maybe even make some income, that's great too.
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