‘Cocooning’ parents want family to stay the hell away from newborns

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‘Cocooning’ parents want family to stay the hell away from newborns

by Raquel Laneri | August 20, 2019

It’s called cocooning, and it’s a common practice for adopted children that allows them to bond with their new parents. But it’s gotten more popular in the past decade among other families, says Midtown psychotherapist Dana Dorfman — partly, she thinks, because more generous parental leave policies for dads “amplify the desire or the need to really bond as a family.”

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