Oh, I absolutely, totally agree with you that a child is better off with a wonderful, nurturing, loving caregiver than with a crappy biological mother!
As far as the scientific stuff, there are tons of books (written by very qualified individuals) that support the fact that things like breastfeeding, bed-sharing, etc. are ideal for human infants.
Kind of like kids who were on formula "seem great", but that breastfeeding is superior in SO many ways...
oops, you do realize that you didn't actually ANSWER the question, right? The question was what "biological HARM" is or should be happening to my children as a result of not attachment parenting, not having a sahm (waaaah, poor, poor chldren, LOL!) and attending dc.?
<kids who were on formula "seem great", but that breastfeeding is superior in SO many ways...>>
frankly, I'm just not getting into some stupid bf-ff "debate". If you want that there is a board for that -- or you can just go to the support board where everyone will give you a thumbs up.
My kids were all on formula. They didn't "seem great", they were great. Healthy, happy and intelligent all around.
Of course, I could be wrong but I'd wager that I probably have WAY more years of parenting (i.e. distance from my children's infancies) than you do and can, therefore, see the much bigger picture.
~Kind of like kids who were on formula "seem great", but that breastfeeding is superior in SO many ways...~
I ff one of mine
oh whatevs... I bottle fed and I worked andmy daughter went to daycare at 4 months. She's nearly 11 now and we're practically velcroed together-- you wanna talk attachment parenting? I'll show you attachment parenting LOL.
i'm sure you're a great mom. Gues what? so am I . It's all about what works for YOUR FAMILY..
OHHHHH My straigh A fifth grader who's rehearinsg 3 shows, dancing 3 classes a week, singing in 2 choruses, and also develping the comic timing of Don rickles only SEEMS GREAT!
Oh.... clearly i've just been fooling myself
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