Okay, so it's really only one lesson, but it's an important one:It is, apparently, appropriate to breast-feed while in the produce section of the grocery store.
I love a little light nipple nibble in the produce section and in the dairy. Go figure. (Can I even say that on here? nipple nibble?) I'm going to say that all day long tomorrow. I like it. Mikey really likes it (and is now speaking of himself in third person - excellent)
Huh. That's interesting. I'm cool with breastfeeding in public but I just can't figure out how easy it would be to do while one is grocery shopping. Whatever. I guess some people figure out a way to do everything.
Ew. No, it's not appropriate. And, ew, ew, ew.
It is most certainly appropriate. Don't be ashamed to breastfeed wherever you are, Edgy.qgofek
I'm okay with it. But then, I'm also okay with public sex and open displays of Republicanism, so long as there's no danglage.
According to Attachment Parenting, not only is it an appropriate practice, it is a necessity. They say a baby should be carried in a sling and given nipple access at all times. Of course, they also condone breastfeeding until the child is, say...4? 5? or whenever they feel the need to stop. (Saw it on a show on the BBC so it's gotta be okay, right?)
.How else will you know if the baby will be okay with you eating beets unless you shoot a sample down to her? Mother nibbles, baby accepts or rejects, purchasing decision is made without regrets.
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