If there's a parenting style or philosophy I associate most with, it's AP, but I prefer not to label my parenting at all. I just say I parent lovingly, with soul, with attention, by instinct, and with respect.
I find that identifying too strongly with a set of beliefs--any set of beliefs--leads to a very rigid mindset. I first started talking to other AP moms because I couldn't stand the closemindedness that I saw in "mainstream" mothers and on mainstream boards, but I'm sad to say I sometimes see the same closemindedness in AP moms--they're just on the other end of the spectrum.
For example, unlike some AP mothers, I don't see anything intrinsically evil
in bottles, pacifiers, strollers, etc.--it's how a parent uses those things that determines how attached she is, in my opinion. I do NOT identify with a mother who plugs her child's mouth with a binky every time the baby makes a sound, or transfers the babe from carseat to stroller to bouncy seat to crib with very little holding time. I simply don't believe any baby would thrive best that way. But I do think that every family has to decide what's best for them, and there's no "right" way. (Except for breastfeeding--I'm pretty inflexible on that!)
Personally--I co-sleep, breastfeed, use a sling and
a Bjorn, use a pacifier sparingly, pump occasionally and let my husband feed the babe while I go to swim or out with a friend, pick up and nurse on demand, delay vaxes, use natural organic products, and do NOT carry all the time, I let baby have her space, but lots of cuddling too.
My I'm going on and on... good question though!