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Have You Seen the Attention-Grabbing New TIME Cover?

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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:30 PM
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I doubt he has teeth yet,
, the natural thing to do is
stop when any teeth emerge or you get what you deserve.
. . . utter-cream for chaffing will be the least of the problem.
The best thing for a healthy immune system is to nurse but only till
the teeth come in (a fail for gmo baby formula)


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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:31 PM
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Actually this would go against the global elites agenda. Breast feeding Improves IQ. we all know they dont want smart people running around unless they are directly working for them. Why do you think this practice is against social normality. because people like you will persuade people not to do it based on ignorance bestilled on you by the global elite themselves. sit down chill and read something.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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So Time is that hard up for subs, huh?



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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Well the nutritional benefits are there for the baby until about 2yrs of age after that ....



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:41 PM
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Originally posted by verotik
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Well the nutritional benefits are there for the baby until about 2yrs of age after that ....


After 2 years has not been proven because the proper studies have not been done. However here's an interesting little blurb about the issue:




6. Studies have shown that a child's immune system doesn't completely mature until about 6 years of age, and it is well established that breast milk helps develop the immune system and augment it with maternal antibodies as long as breast milk is produced (up to two years, no studies have been done on breast milk composition after two years post partum). And on and on. The minimum predicted age for a natural age of weaning in humans is 2.5 years, with a maximum of 7.0 years.

In terms of the benefits of extended breastfeeding, there have been a number of studies comparing breastfed and bottlefed babies in terms of the frequency of various diseases, and also IQ achievement. In every case, the breastfed babies had lower risk of disease and higher IQs than the bottle-fed babies. In those studies that divided breastfed babies into categories based on length of breastfeeding, the babies breastfed the longest did better in terms of both lower disease and higher IQ. In other words, if the categories were 0-6 months of breastfeeding, 6-12 months, 12-18 months and 18-24+ months, then the 18-24+ month babies did the best, and the 12-18 month babies did the next best, and the 6-12 months babies did the next best, and the 0-6 months babies did the worst of the breastfed groups, but still much better than the bottlefeeding group. This has been shown for gastrointestinal illness, upper respiratory illness, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, heart disease, and on and on and on. Likewise, the babies nursed the longest scored the highest on the IQ tests.

One important point to notice is that none of these studies looked at children who had nursed longer than 2 years. Anyone 18-24 month or longer was lumped into big category. Presumably, the benefits continue to accrue, as your body doesn't *know* that the baby has bad a birth day and suddenly start producing nutritionally and immunologically worthless milk.

www.kathydettwyler.org...



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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Wait, what I'm curious about is why anyone cares. It just seems like that new-age parenting stuff, except it involves a boob which I'm sure the baby is still familiar with by then.

Also, what's with everyone calling the mother a crackhead? Jesus, I'm sure everyone's parents had a couple of weird parenting ways, I doubt you'd say they were crackheads though. And although I find a lot of parenting habits weird, I wouldn't step in a tell them that they couldn't do that. Next thing you know, we'll be required by law to only feed our babies "Quality GMO certified fluoride enriched mush".



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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That is still a baby.................yes that is quite older than we do in America but still they are little ones.

The kid on the Time cover was about the size and age of my grand daughter.

We had a kid about that size, age, look give my grand daughter the "eye" at Burger King last week.

Sorry big difference between the two babies and the kid on a stepping stool.

You are twisting logic to make argument to make something that is not okay seem okay.

At what point?

My sister in law breast fed hers until around 3-4 and we found that strange.

Once a kid can converse, walk around, hold a cup, eat their own oatmeal - to me, logically, it's time to ween em.

Hey, maybe you are a guy and or had gentle girls - I had three hungry, boys that when it was time to ween em I didn't look back.

Again, weened the oldest (the child from hell) at eight months cause he kept chomping down on me. I told him, "One more time and you are getting bottle fed, you are not going to chew up my O O's mister."

Also, once they get teeth...............................look out.

I think teeth is natures way of saying, okay now junior can chomp on his own food now.

Ever have a pair of baby teeth clamp down on your mammary gland??????


And that part of a woman's body is very sensitive.

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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:43 PM
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Originally posted by verotik
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Well the nutritional benefits are there for the baby until about 2yrs of age after that ....


I would be interested in seeing where you have heard/read that.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:46 PM
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I honestly think a big part of people's 'shock' or whatever is that they werent breast fed as children themselves, or had it taken away from them after a few months. After WW2 we had a generation or two who was raised by parents who were told breast feeding was bad, old fashioned, and dirty. Now we see the effects this has had on the psychology of those children. They lash out at something they themselves didn't get to enjoy-a nourishing, loving relationship with their mother, not a bottle and a television.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:47 PM
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For goodness sakes the kid pictured in the article is 3 years old. You said your relative bf until 3-4 and you found that 'strange'. So this kid shouldn't be bf simply because he 'looks' older than he is or someone finds it 'strange'?



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:49 PM
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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:49 PM
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Originally posted by ofhumandescent
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S & F

Yes that picture would be against ATS protocol to post, having a young boy (almost young man) sucking on his mother's mammary gland.


He is 3 years old ... should he start working on the factory line as well?


In Game of Thrones, a HBO TV Series, the evil Queen has a young (almost hitting puberty) son, suckling on her and I found it obnoxious and disgusting.


Can I have your opinion on the murder, rape, incest and torture that they show in GoT?



Nature intended for the baby to be weened at approximately 12 - 15 months.


No, that is incorrect

The minimum predicted age for a natural age of weaning in humans is 2.5 years, with a maximum of 7.0 years.


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Saw the picture and found it pornographic.


That is very disturbing ... I am seriously suggesting that you talk to a physiological professional about this - it is an abnormal thought process to consider a child breast feeding to be pornography ... I am being 100% serious.


We possibly are ushering in a new age of deterioration, esp of morality or culture; decay; degeneration and many people are swallowing the bait hook, line and sinker.


The Mean Wolrd Syndrome

We are living in an age of unparalleled safety in all aspects of our society - there has never been a better time to be alive.


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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:56 PM
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The usual time for baby teeth is 18 months.

Varies.

Can't find the oldest one's baby book but the second son got his first baby tooth lower right front on February 7, 1979 - he was born on August 27, 1978, so that's six months and I documented it in the book the day I first felt it.

Now the second son also was inside of me for 10-1/2 months (yes I'm positive the only time I never had a period was when I was pregnant and the doctors had to go in and get him, he didn't want to come out).

My doctor said that it varies from person to person and time frames can and do vary.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:57 PM
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I personally feel that breast feeding should not last longer than the first year...however...there are mothers who do breast feed a lot longer....to them (for some reason) this seems normal....and their intentions are good and not perverted....but....I think when a child turns one it is time to ween them...to a sippy cup.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:57 PM
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My husband and I started off with some aspects of Attachment Parenting, and let me tell you what we ended up dealing with as a result of this.

When our daughter hit the age of 5, she began to have a lot of disciplinary and self entitlement issues, and we have been dealing with them since. She's almost 9 now.

I went into parenting determined that we would be non spankers, all the way. I was on the extreme radical end of not spanking.

My daughter got her first spanking, on her behind at age 6, and one at age 7. Since then, her behavior has improved greatly.

Yes, I do think that radical extreme Attachment Parenting can create some problems down the road. Some aspects are fine, such as not "crying it out" as babies, and baby wearing, etc. I never nursed beyond 6 months though.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:57 PM
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Nature actually had children nursing for years, for nutrition, and 2 years is highly recommended by experts, not NWO type doctors or anything but the real ones, we had a lot of good information given in handouts on nursing in Canada.

Lucky kids nurse until 2, but most moms wean when they start biting.

Also kids are different, some really like the bottle, some take 6 months of weaning and refuse anything but the breast for quite a while.
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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 09:00 PM
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Oh and anyone whoever posted on the old AOL attachment parenting forum will understand what many Attachment parenting parents are like. They are extremely judgmental, nasty, and self righteous. And if you don't play by the AP book, they will let you know what a bad parent you are. The best thing I ever did as a mother was get away from parenting forums.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 09:00 PM
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Father of two very hungry boys and my wife will breast feed them until they are ready to finish ... for our eldest that was 2 years and 11 months.

The problem here is that you are arguing your opinion rather than the facts.

Facts are that breast feeding until the ages of 3 and older is healthy and normal.



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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 09:06 PM
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Well, I'm sorry, but if they have teeth and can eat a happy meal, they don't need to be suckling at the breast. If the parent wants their child to have breast milk until they are ten years old, then wonderful! There's a great device called a breast pump, where one can express milk and serve it in a glass or sippy cup. I'm sorry but I don't think it is psychologically healthy for a 3 + year old to suckle at the breast, especially in public.

I'm going to just go with my grandma's old school opinion on how to nurse. She nursed 5 children, and she did so until they were 1 1/2, and in a discreet manner. There's no need to go in public and pull your breast out and let your child stand up next to you having a nursing session.



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