I'm not into labels, but if I had to use one, I would say so far, in my short time as a mom, I find myself most drawn towards what some call attachment parenting. That's not because of anything I've read. (Although the more I read, the more I like it, because there is a lot of hard evidence to support the benefits of increased parental responsiveness.) Ultimately, I like some principals of attachment parenting because being as responsive as possible to my daughter, wearing her, and sleeping close to her feels right and it makes my daughter happy. Plain and simple. But I shy away from labeling my parenting style because it may lead some to believe that so-called "attachment parenting" is some new, countercultural practice that drastically differentiates from what we accept as the societal norm.
In reality, what many call attachment parenting (holding baby close and as much as possible, sleeping with or near children, feeding on demand, etc.) is widely practiced around the world without question, and babies are biologically hardwired to expect it. These practices aren't new, the label is.