Ingrid Bauer





Ingrid Bauer



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Diaper Free: The Gentle Wis...

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Neurobiología de la Memoria

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“There are many different ways of approaching parenting as there are cultures. However, in non-industrialized cultures, the similarities are also striking. Extended nursing, co-sleeping, carrying the baby in close physical contact, responding promptly to cries or distress, never leaving a baby alone, are all virtually universal in traditional societies that have not become overly "westernized".”
Ingrid Bauer, Diaper Free: The Gentle Wisdom of Natural Infant Hygiene

“There is only one thing your baby really needs: you. There is only one thing to do: be fully present. The greatest gift you can give your child is yourself: your body, your acceptance, your responsiveness, your time, and your energy. Nothing could be simpler or more challenging, more vulnerable or more empowering. Nothing could be more freeing or health and life enhancing.”
Ingrid Bauer, Diaper Free: The Gentle Wisdom of Natural Infant Hygiene

“In her fascinating and well-researched book Our Babies, Ourselves: How Biology and Culture Shape the Way We Parent, anthropology professor Meredith Small writes, “When signals are missed, babies stop signaling; they withdraw; they suck their thumbs; they turn away; they try to right the system themselves by not sending out any more signals.” The baby protects herself by shutting down, and “accepts” the situation because she has learned that a response is not forthcoming. We”
Ingrid Bauer, Diaper Free: The Gentle Wisdom of Natural Infant Hygiene

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