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Attachment Parenting Int'l has a nice summary of AP for the older (they say school-age) child--I think it fits nicely with toddlers though. This is just the list, you can follow the link for really helpful explanations of each ideal.

The Eight Ideals of Attachment Parenting for the School-age Child

1. Become knowledgeable about your child's development and cognitive levels.
2. Stay emotionally responsive.
3. Strive for optimum physical health.
4. Maintain a high-touch relationship.
5. Develop and maintain positive sleep routines.
6. Be present and available for your children.
7. Use positive discipline.
8. Maintain balance in your life.
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