I think most all of us believe that attachment parenting and natural family living is the best way to live and parent. However, there are certainly things that we disagree about and/or things we do not do for a variety of reasons. I'm the first to admit that I am far from the perfect AP/NFL parent and I think it's safe to assume that no one is 100% attachment parenting and natural family living all of the time. And I think that is okay. So, this thread is for sharing our shortcomings. What do you do that isn't AP/NFL?
I'll go first.
We drive an SUV.
We occasionally go to fast food restaurants.
We eat very little organic food.
We have a chlorinated pool.
I had all my babies in the hospital and I had a couple of pain-medicated births.
I had ultrasounds.
I weaned all my children when they were two, give or take a few months.