Attachment Parenting

You claim that attachment parenting demands more from mothers than traditional parenting does, but that's not the case ["The Man Who Remade Motherhood," May 21]. Carrying a baby in a sling while going about one's daily business gives the baby a chance to experience the world from a secure base without the burden of constantly being the center of her mother's attention. Attachment parenting makes life with young children easier and more enjoyable.

Kirsten Caspers, ERKELENZ, GERMANY

As a longtime subscriber and a mother of two healthy, well-adjusted young adults (yes, they were breast-fed; no, they didn't sleep...

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