“I’m passionate about the idea that the attachment stage of development segues into exploration,” the Canadian singer says. “You can continue the attachment stage of development throughout everything.”
She adds: “This just really implies connection, that the child feels connected through touch, that they can trust life and the people around them.”
And according to the first-time mom, it’s not all about breastfeeding.
“Breastfeeding can be apart of all that, it doesn’t have to be, if a mother can’t provide that or it’s not economically feasible for them due to schedules or careers,” she says.
In the end, it’s all about providing a safe environment for her baby boy.
“To know that I can provide my son with comfort and connection when he needs it is so very important for me to know as a mom,” she adds.