Kourtney Karsdashian Is A Fan Of Attachment Parenting

Mon, July 30, 2012 3:51pm EST by 7 Comments
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KarTRASHian Fan

Posted at 6:35 AM on August 3, 2012  

No matter how much I cant stand Cortney, she is a great mom. She is at home with her kids daily and gave up her career to be a mom. Granted her career now is to be filmed for KUWTK, she is not on very often. Scott is a loser and not a very good father figure. I cant stand any of the Kartrashians except for Khloe. I cant wait for Khloe to have a kid

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kbear954

Posted at 5:13 PM on July 31, 2012  

There is nothing wrong with attachment parenting – but you have to make sure that you’re still attaching to your husband / boyfriend / significant other. You can’t expect a man to be happy that he has these beautiful children who have now replaced him in the bed. The thing is – that the need for physical affection, and I’m not talking sexual physical affection – just phyiscal affection, snuggling, hugging, etc, normai affection for your children – tends to replace the sexual affection you’ve received from your partner before you had the children. Kourt is getting the love she got from Scott from her children now – and he’s left out. This is the only pitfall of attachment parenting. My sister in law does it with my nieces and nephew – and the same thing that has happened with Scott is happening with my brother… they have lost their ability to have sex or snuggle like they used to. This is an important part of a relationship and it needs to be nutured just like the children do. As the children get older, they will begin to sleep in their own beds, and it’s also very normal for sex to drop off after having children…. relationships need work. Kourtney needs to pay attention to this or she will end up with a cheating boyrfriend.

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kelley

Posted at 8:52 AM on July 31, 2012  

These are the type of kids that turn out to be wusses and get made fun of..

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The Shepherdess: A Guide to Mothering without Control

Posted at 9:23 PM on July 30, 2012  

As a progressive parenting author, I think when attachment or progressive parenting has a celebrity following it helps get the message out there – and that can only be a good thing for babies, children, and their mothers. Chaley-Ann Scott.

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kbear954

Posted at 5:20 PM on July 31, 2012  

Do you agree that attachment parenting creates a situation where the non-attached parent needs to be given special attention to keep the physical relationship healthy? Physical love – innocent – with children can overload a persons “circuits” and the sexual need is deminished and then creates a need for attention to the non-attached parent? Each person in the family needs to have that physical affection and the adult relationship needs additional attention during this early / transition time.

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Chaley-Ann Scott

Posted at 8:24 PM on July 31, 2012  

A baby or young childs need for attachment is waaaay more important than anything else in those early years. It should be the number one priority for both parents. However, it is also important that everyone’s needs in the family are met too. They don’t have to be mutually exclusive though. You don’t ‘have-to’ have an evening and the night alone with your husband in bed to still have romance and intimacy.You can be physically affectionate around your children, snatch moments to flirt or be more intimate when they are happy and quiet, or napping. There are a world of possibilities to make sure everyone gets what they need, rather than pitting children and parents against one another.

 
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Shelly

Posted at 6:53 PM on July 30, 2012  

Kourtney probably get paid to give the book a shout out on twitter. I doubt very seriously if Kourtney will be breastfeeding her daughter until the daughter decides she done. I can’t see Kourtney lugging around her daughter at 7 breastfeeding her. Don’t think so.

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