1 Birth: Prepare for birth and become educated about natural birth options and their benefits for baby and mother.
2 Breastfeeding/breast milk: A human mother's milk is the optimal food for human babies, and bottle-feeding should mimic as many aspects of breastfeeding as possible.
3 Be sensitive: Respond sensitively to your children.
4 Bonding through touch: Use physical contact such as baby wearing, breastfeeding, and massage to convey a sense of tenderness, love, and affection.
5 Bedding: Parent your children at night as well as in the day, looking to safe co-sleeping as an option.
6 Be there: Ensure consistent parenting by a primary caregiver or a trained and sensitive substitute.
7 Be gentle: Use positive discipline, forgoing corporal punishment.
8 Balance: Balance your needs with the needs of your child.