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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


The VPs (women) at my company have kids (some with grandkids) and their children seem to be okay (I don't know them personally, but they aren't strung out or anything lol)

I know this isn't the case for every family, but people make it work

i cant believe in 2014 people are talking like you cant have a family and a job at the same time, and be balanced. take me to the eutopia where that isnt possible
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Originally posted by LovesHim LovesHim wrote:

My LO (little one) will be 6 months when I return to work in August.... 
I would love to be able to SAH with him or work part-time but it's not currently an option. 
I knew this when we decided to TTC (try to conceive)... 
However I choose a career that I thought would be family friendly (education)
I work 10 months out of a year... yeah for summer breaks
He will attend daycare while we are at work like many other children..
I'm sure I will be sad at each drop off and miss his smile and laugh during the day... sighhhhh 
Unfortunately that's our reality 


you will be fine after the second week. the other little ones at DC chant "campfire, campfire, campfire" when i take her in the mornings, and she sqeuals, wriggles out of my arms, and dashes off to greet her friends. Warms my heart. Embarrassed
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Originally posted by Wildfire Wildfire wrote:

Originally posted by ThoughtCouture ThoughtCouture wrote:

hmmmm as for breastfeeding i'd have a hard time believing a study which suggest that formula is on par with breast milk.  i mean unless the mom has the absolute worst nutrition in the world, i'm not buying it...


this. ridic.
 
Right, I saw the comment about this "study" and knew that wasn't true. Breastfeeding is recommended for 12 months of life and the several evidence based reliable studies can be easily found via google.  I know in the NICU if the infant is below 32 weeks all we feed them is breastmilk because of the benefits. If the mom won't or cant supply the breastmilk we give them donor breastmilk so formula isn't even an option.
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Originally posted by ThoughtCouture ThoughtCouture wrote:

my girlfriend is still breast feeding her 1 year and 2 month old.  i told her it was time to cut the cord.  that baby fondling her nipples now...
 
IMO, I've always found this to be weird.  After the child turns 1, its any other milk than my breast.Wink  But I know a co-worker who still breastfeeds her child and he's 3.  I told her to make a psych appointment immediately.Wacko
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Originally posted by Wildfire Wildfire wrote:

 

a recent study where? were developing countries included?
i cant give credence to any study about anything that isnt comprehensive


it was a sibling study

Sibling Study Shows Little Difference Between Breast- and Bottle-Feeding


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TC, my girlfriend breastfed her 2 until weaned too.

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Originally posted by NuAttitude NuAttitude wrote:

Originally posted by ThoughtCouture ThoughtCouture wrote:

my girlfriend is still breast feeding her 1 year and 2 month old.  i told her it was time to cut the cord.  that baby fondling her nipples now...
 
IMO, I've always found this to be weird.  After the child turns 1, its any other milk than my breast.Wink  But I know a co-worker who still breastfeeds her child and he's 3.  I told her to make a psych appointment immediately.Wacko

See, I don't think this type of stuff would be weird if they were just pumping the milk and giving it to the child in a cup or something. However, I side eye any mother who's still letting her child attach to their nipple once they are past one. And I can only imagine the thought of the child accidentally biting into their breast.
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I don't believe that study either...
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OMG this thread
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y'all dont believe any studies LOL

i was never breastfed, i'm healthy as a mule...so far.  i do have allergy issues but so does my mom.
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