Breastfeeding a child over 2 1/2 year old till bout 5 years old or allowing and letting a child have a relationship with his dad that is absoluetly no harm or danger, and LOVE and CARES for the child (in which the child loves to be with dad, enough to not ask or care about boobie)?
What would be in the best interest of the child? Keep breastfeeding till bout 5 for all the health benefits claimed. Or the emotional and personal relationship with dad that is needed and grows and bonds till 5 years. The most receptive and psychological development parts of children s lives are from 2-5.
Just asking because my husbands ex-wife is taking him to court saying it's more important she breastfeeds till 5 is more important than the benefits of the child's relationship with the dad (visitations) because he is to young, but it's okay for the older siblings 9 year old's to go ahead without him.
The court hearing is done. The child gets to leave and go for a week straight with dad. HOWEVER, DO YOU THINK SHE WILL BREASTFEED HIM WHEN HE GET'S BACK AND YET IS FULLY WEANED FROM BREASTFEEDING?
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT? if she does put him straight back on the boobie when the kid go back home?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:08 PM on Dec. 2, 2010 in Parenting Debate
Answer by ShouldHaveLeft at 5:11 PM on Dec. 2, 2010
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Answer by soflashelley at 5:24 PM on Dec. 2, 2010
5 years old Oh my, thats a long long time. I thing in the 1st year is awsome and after for awhile is a bonus but that long. I say a relationship with dad but my son who is one will choose boobie over anything. He loves boobie.
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