… connecting parents of connected children.

About APConnect! May 4, 2007

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Looking for local attachment parenting and natural family living resources for Dallas/Fort Worth (Texas, USA) and the surrounding region? You’ve come to the right place! APConnect! is the online network for Dallas/Fort Worth families interested in attachment parenting and natural family living. We’re connecting parents of connected children.

  • Natural pregnancy and birth resources: doulas, midwives, birth centers, natural childbirth, VBAC, unassisted childbirth and more
  • Local homeschooling groups and educational alternatives
  • Comprehensive breastfeeding resources, including IBCLC consultants and a complete listing of area La Leche League groups
  • Local sources: slings, natural toys, organic foods and products, cloth diapering supplies, diaper services
  • AP-oriented playgroups and networking with local families
  • Tips on finding natural- and AP-oriented local healthcare providers
  • The Internet’s best AP and natural parenting links

Our goal at APConnect! is to provide a place where like-minded parents can connect with local resources and with each other. We’re here to share information about what’s out there in Dallas/Fort Worth, making life as an attached parent easier and more rewarding for you!

APConnect! is a non-profit service site maintained by generous donations and volunteers. We do not accept paid advertising and we are not open to affiliations — thank you.

Contact APConnect! at apc (dot) admin (at) gmail (dot) com.

Special thanks to Brandon and Nataly Sneed for hosting and technical support. Photography © The Baby Photographer and Loli Kantor Photography. APConnect! website © 2003-2007. All Rights Reserved.

Information here at APConnect! is provided as a convenience and resource to Dallas/Fort Worth families. Please use your own screening and evaluation process in selecting resources for your family. If you are concerned about your health or that of your child, please consult with your own healthcare provider. APConnect! does not endorse or recommend specific organizations, products, professionals or healthcare providers.


2 Responses to “About APConnect!”

  1. janeen0225 Says:

    Hi Folks! I’ve been gone quite a long time; I think the last time I posted regularly, I was struggly with TTC.

    I gave up on the fertility treatments a couple of years ago. I accepted that I just wasn’t going to be able to have another, and I thought that eventually I would stop wanting another child. That hasn’t happened.

    We have been looking into adoption, but I’ve noticed that the most promising adoption stories I’ve heard of seem to happen serendipitously, rather than through the usual channels. You know… someone you know knows someone who knows someone who is looking for a family for a child… that sort of thing. So, in that spirit, I thought I would come clean and just let people know that I’m looking for a child. So…if you know someone who knows someone who knows someone… let me know?

    We would really love a girl, up to age 3, healthy and not abused.


  2. dlalatalo Says:

    Have you contacted any of your local high schools to see if they have a teen pregnancy program or something set up to help pregnant teens? The counselors may know of teens thinking about adoption before the teen has contacted an agency. It may be a long shot, but it couldn’t hurt.

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