.... in relation to parenting choices/styles?
My DH made a comment yesterday in regard to me still BFing my 13mnth old....
He has never really taken much of an invested interest in my BFing- it's never been an issue, but he's never really encouraged it either- just happy to go with the flow.
But last night we were out with some friends- mostly a footy crowd (his mates and their partners, all really nice people but none with children yet)- for dinner, and it was getting late and DS2 was getting grizzly.... I had avoided feeding him as I was aware of making some of the crowd a tad uncomfortable, and he was easily amused in other ways anyway.... and DH asked me why I wasn't going to feed him- I told him that I didn't want to make the boys uncomfortable, and he was really supportive of me "whipping the boob out" despite what anyone else might think- and that "he (meaning DS) isn't *that* old yet", and that he would deal with anyone who had a problem with it.
It really made me so proud that he had this attitude.... I've never had any intentions of weaning DS at this stage, and not for quite some time to come yet- but had never really had the discussion with DH how he felt about it- I know pre children he certainly would have found it odd to see someone still feeding their 12mnth old... but I love that I know I have his full support and backing for however long I need it.
Just a little thing- but it made a big difference to me....
So share- what attitude shift has your DP had that has made you proud?