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Ancestral Parenting

 
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I''m a man

Regarding prenatal/infant early childhood care I would suggest you do what comes natural.  

I'd like to advise about young walking talking....development.

That was particularly great when I was say about 1-5.

And what made it great was humor and honesty.

When I stepped on a bee and it stung my foot and I was writhing in pain, my dad came over grabbed my foot, saw the stinger and made me look at it:

"Look here son"

You killed this bee. He found the bee too.

"Looky here...."

He pulled the stinger out of my foot.

"It attacked you because you stepped on it."



I Did?

Yeah and you killed it.

You pulled it's butt off.

And it's dead.



This sounds militant and anti-bee.

But I remembered that getting stung by a bee wasn't' the bee's fault.


I stepped on it.

My pain wasn't as bad as the bee dying,

and My dad knew I was in pain and taught me the right way. We both laughed. Not as animosity towards the bee, but the absurdity of the lesson.

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