Modern Parenting BC is all about taking the wisdom of our ancestors and making it usable today. Much of this way of parenting has been rediscovered by parents and ethnopediatricians.
Parents have responded by reinventing the wheel, often stumbling along the way. Ethnopediatricians have responded by writing books, often academic in nature.
Modern Parenting BC combines the collective wisdom of parents practicing Attachment Parenting and Continuum Concept parenting with the scholarly studies of experts like Jean Liedloff and Meredith Small.
Modern Parenting BC looks at the needs of babies and children from biological and cross-cultural standpoints. It challenges many assumptions about children, and even challenges the advice of some experts.
Modern Parenting BC translates anthropological studies of ancient peoples to make the information accessible and usable in the modern world. It asks, "what would hunter-gatherers do?" and "how could those practices work for me?"
Modern Parenting BC discusses the parenting practices of natural childbirth, extended breastfeeding, babywearing, elimination communication, and co-sleeping, as well as other aspects of life in a modern continuum concept family.
Modern Parenting BC shows how families can create their own instinctive parenting journeys without it having to be an all-or-nothing, one-size-fits-all approach.