Breastfeeding is a way of substaining human life. It's the babies nourishment, among other things. Peeing, while it may make you feel more comfortable, is NOT comparable to breastfeeding because you generally will not die nor will you be in immense pain from not peeing. As adults you have the ability to understand your need to urinate & usually the physical & mental control needed to wait until your in a bathroom or behind a bush.
Babies are in physical pain when they are hungry so someone shouldn't wait until they are screaming to feed them just because it mind offend someone else. They do not have the mental comprehension to understand why someone is making them wait to eat. They do NOT understand why they are in pain. They know ONE THING...
Asked by Anonymous at 12:32 PM on Oct. 21, 2008 in General Parenting
Answer by Anonymous at 12:32 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
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Answer by drowninginboys at 1:08 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
I'm not against BF in public, but I'm against someone whipping their entire breast out in front of my 10 year old. My kids understand BF, they watched me do it. But I was discreet even at home when they were around. There is a tactful way of doing it. Sometimes women think just because they are feeding their baby they can be as free and open as they'd like. I disagree with that. At least throw a blanket over yourself or turn your back to people to get the baby latched on. Peeing in public is just a no no.
exactly what i was going to say - there is no need for me to see your breast when your baby is hungry & i dont think you should have to run and hide when they are ready to eat - use a blanket ...
peeing in public is absolutely not comparable!
Answer by vakatia at 1:19 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
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