The first time your baby signs “more” during a meal, you will flip out.
Mark Greene is fed up with the binary generalizations that run rampant in articles like Ms. Pollitt’s.
Katha Pollitt says some cool shit on attachment parenting: And only tangentially are child-raising fads about fathers; men are more “involved” now than 50 years ago, but you won’t catch them beating themselves or one another up over not making organic baby food from scratch. Indeed, Time’s attachment-parenting package includes a humorous “Detached Dad’s Manifesto,” [...]
The Sexless Father wanted to really capture his intensely personal conversation with his wife, without distorting the message. So they recorded it.
I like this Annie Urban lady. There was an entire New York Times discussion about “motherhood versus feminism” (cringe) which is actually about attachment parenting versus feminism. The people have positions from the sensible (hey, maybe we should stop freaking out) to the ridiculous (fuck you too lady). However, of them all, Annie Urban was [...]
Chuck Ross encourages parents in restaurants to practice dictatorial hegemony. (Has he mentioned that he’s a waiter?)
Oliver Lee Bateman tries–and fails–to make sense of some of the “trendingest” topics on the Internet.
Jamie Reidy criticizes Jamie Lynn Grumet, the mom on this week’s cover of Time with her 3-year old son’s mouth clamped on her nipple.