There’s a new blog in town

There’s a new blog in town

Hey mamas! There’s a new blog in town and I think you should check it out. API SpeaksThe voice for gentle parents everywhere launched last week with it’s inaugural post and has been turning out excellent content ever since.

API Speaks is written by a group of very talented people who all have one thing in common – they practice Attachment Parenting and will be discussing their personal experiences and journeys in AP on the blog. You might notice some familiar bloggers’ faces/names there and discover some new ones as well. More names will be added to the contributor list in the weeks ahead.

My first post (an oldie, but a goodie) about why we choose to have a home birth was posted there yesterday. Some other recent posts include It Takes a Village by Half Pint Pixie and Spare the crib, spoil thyself by Law and Motherhood.

Julie Artz and I, the contributing editors there, are quite proud of the blog and, in addition to great content by our wonderful contributors, have some exciting things planned for it including giveaways of AP-related merchandise, so we hope you still stop in often. :)

Hope to see you there! :) And if you haven’t yet visited API’s newly redesigned web site or checked out their new online support forums, I encourage you to stop by those as well.


  1. Awesome! I’ll definately give it a look-see. :)

  2. I’ll check it out, I’m always telling one of my network editors that we need a blog like this. Thus far most people cover traditional parenting only including spanking, frowns on co-sleeping, and unschooling, and more. It’s frustrating.

  3. very interesting site, I will look at it in some more detail.

  4. I checked it out earlier and I love it. I look forward to adding it to my daily blog reads.

  5. congrats on your new “birth”!:-) i’ll add it onto my reader….

  6. It looks like a great resource! Thanks for the heads up.

  7. It’s amazing that you manage to create so much great content in so many places. Good for you!

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