Maybe I'm the only one who notices this, but it seems everytime a breastfeeding mom asks a question about wanting to stop breastfeeding, they go into a long list of reasons why they want to stop. It's almost as if they're asking "permission" from us cafemoms! What's up with that? Why not just stop breastfeeding? Why go into a long and drawn-out "explaination"?
The same with formula mommies. When they ask a question pertaining to using formula, a lot of them usually go into a lot of detail about why they use formula and why they didn't breastfeed. Why? Since when does it matter what other people think about how we choose to feed our babies?
Do you find yourself doing these things? Or am I just seeing something that isn't necessarily true?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:46 PM on Apr. 30, 2009 in General Parenting
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