Attachment parenting was easy the first 13-14 months. BF, co-sleep, BW. For us, those were far easier than 'alternative' approaches. I almost felt like it was cheating!
Now I have a toddler with a mind of her own and that mind often wants to do things that I disapprove of. I've read books and I *know* what the AP approach to toddlerhood is all about but I'm left wondering .. if we don't spank, we don't do time out, and we don't admonish petty "behavior" problems ... what on Earth DO we do? All the books I've read have helped me to form an idea of what the goal of our disciplinary actions should be but none have provided concrete advice for what to do.
A bunch of us are in or are nearing the toddler days and I've seen some lurking BTDT moms. What disciplinary actions have you taken that you feel jive with AP? How about we start a scenario thread to help us all gain ideas of what to actually DO!