I unashamedly formula feed and, after carefully reading the studies and literature really don't consider it inferior to breastfeeding. That's probably the biggest one! I try to avoid the topic on this site, not worth it.
We use disposable diapers. We have cloth and we're trying to get back into using it because 'sposies are so @#$@# expensive. For awhile we were in a groove and used cloth very regularly, but we're having trouble getting back there. We've never exclusively done cloth, though.
Food is probably a big place- although I'd love to be able to eat all grass fed, pasture raised animal products, soaked grains, etc- it's simply not financially feasible. We do our best, but there are times that we eat too much fast food. I've given my toddler cookies for breakfast. Sure- they were low sugar, made with coconut oil cookies, but I still did. I'm also not bothered about organic vegetables.If we could afford it, yes. If we can't, I won't lose any sleep. I'm hoping to have a vegetable/herb garden next year, though!
I'm not sure if the plastic thing is actually related to attachment parenting- but I don't care about plastic. I'll take slow poisoning to needing stitches any day.
For some reason, the apartment complex we live in doesn't have recycling bins (they should- they used to), and going out of our way to recycle is really hard, so we don't recycle. That's something we're really
Not sure if our car counts or not. We now have two, one is a 15 year old car on its last legs that guzzles gas like it's going out of style. Again- finances. If we could afford a hybrid, I'd probably get one because my drive to work is all city driving- we'd pay virtually nothing for gas! We're down to 12 mpg. 12
. The other is a decade old and doing much better at least.