I think the push for more education and support is a good thing.
I wish they hadn't put the guilt-thing in the press release.
tcasil wrote:Thank you!My motto has always been that I don't
care how you feed your baby as long as you feed your baby. But as far
as my own children, breastfeeding was just the natural decision/choice
for us. I never considered otherwise.
I think I have said this before on this board but have an issue with the motto " I don't care how you feed your baby as long as you feed your baby." because if taking literally then that would mean one is OK with feeding something other then BM or formula such chocolate milk, Kool-Aid, Cola, beer, etc. which i assume most people who use that motto don't really mean. I assume most people do care to some degree what others feed their baby if it's something other then BM or formula. I think
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