Non-Crunchy: We have boundaries and we enforce them, we eat fast food once in awhile, the big guy is obsessed with comic books, we vaccinate, we watch family movies every now and then (shhhhhhhhh two movies a year and we're out at school hehe). We own a stroller and use it sometimes. We use our car- a lot. Ice cream reigns supreme in our house (at least once a week). We own plastic toys. Our older son is circ'd.
Crunchy: cloth diaper, breastfed, babes that are happily worn 90% of the time, co-sleeping, gentle discipline (as in no hitting/no shaming), no commercial tv or video games or internet for the kiddos, healthy eating, we delay vax, and our younger son is not circ'd. (when we learn better we do better). Oh yeah, and our DS1 is at a Waldorf school.
To me, Attached Parenting is not a checklist and you don't have to do everything on it for your kids to have a healthy attachment to you. Do what works for your family.