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no special leave for maternity/paternity?

The countries that adopt the social programs you speak of also have extensive maternity/paternity leaves. Canada's is approx 9mths to a year 


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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:



Furthermore socialising in daycare is good for child development

Also a lot of children's developmental issues are spotted in daycare


 
well most of the kids i grew up around got this from the other kids in the neighborhood as well as the other moms that stayed at home.  but then, it was a different time when kids actually went outside to play so yeah...
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


do yall not know some mothers that were able to "do it all" so to speak?
 
as well as claim they are happy.  why no.  no i have not...Cry
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oh and i worked @ a very reputable daycare when i was a teenager.  and now i have 2 girlfriends who run home day care both of which have curriculums that get the children into the "best" public charter schools.  yeah...no thanks.
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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

 day so daycare isn't  a measure of the quality of parenthood 


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i don't think it's a measurement of the quality of parenthood.  but i do remember side-eyeing those parents who NEVER give them a break from daycare....6am-6pm (and sometimes late smh) 5 days a week....
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Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

Do yall feel the same about mothers not breastfeeding as long as possible?

I'm a big proponent of breastfeeding and cloth diapers (I'm trying to convince my sister about cloth diapering)

Cloth is just so cute

i done told you when that child shats on your lap at the mall, you will buy some huggies right quickLOL


Breast feeding is wonderful. But I wasnt able to do exclusive breastfeeding.  she weaned herself off when she hit 12 months. But Im all for itSmile

Jones, i think youre going to be a fantastic momClap


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Originally posted by SimplyPut SimplyPut wrote:

Having your child in daycare can be a huge advantage. Most children I know who didn't go to daycare before school age and are only children tend to be socially awkward, have slower motor skills, and are very needed. They just don't tend to be independently functioning children in simple matters.

this is a fact
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Originally posted by PurplePhase PurplePhase wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:


are there truly any long term benefits of breastfeeding?  because for everytime they say things like disease, childhood obesity, etc etc i can point to a breastfed baby with problems.

my issue with breastfeeding are people, especially women, that are uncomfortable seeing breastfeeding in public.  so weird.




a recent study said no.

a recent study where? were developing countries included?
i cant give credence to any study about anything that isnt comprehensive
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Originally posted by mizzsandra00 mizzsandra00 wrote:

I believe in breastfeeding for one year....but breastfeeding a toddler is unnecessary to me...

i totally agree. i cannot imagine her latching on now with her mouth full of teeth. no way
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