When Allison’s first child was born, she imagined stay-at-home motherhood to consist of blissful days filled with finger-painting and frolicking at the park. Three children later, the reality was more like a scene from Captain Phillips with her children surrounding her and murmuring softly, but sternly, “We’re the captains now.”
These days Allison has regained control of the ship. Her days are filled with a full-time job in Human Resources, home schooling her boys, and working on an MA in Behavioral Leadership and Management. She draws from her personal experiences and her past education and clinical experience in Marriage and Family Therapy to offer solutions to other parents through her blog, Our Small Hours.
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Since my oldest son was born in 2001, I’ve been practicing attachment parenting. I would love to tell you that attachment parenting has been some easy-breezy, peaceful-earth-mother experience, ... Read more
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