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    Default Re: Preschool food policies

    I can't believe you just lumped formula feeding in with smacking and feeding a child junk food... if your goal is to try and get on as many people nerves as possible, I feel you are succeeding.

    Until you have sat with your sobbing, screaming child due to them being in horrible pain from an allergic reaction due to someone else deciding to ignore your sons allergy, you have no idea what other parents go through - my son isn't anaphylactic but he has a severe reaction to tomatoes that leaves his skin looking as if it has burnt him. Just from touching the juice of a tomato. And attitudes like yours are the reason why I am so anxious of my child going to school next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I can't believe you just lumped formula feeding in with smacking and feeding a child junk food... if your goal is to try and get on as many people nerves as possible, I feel you are succeeding.
    lol I was thinking that too. Didn't want to take it off in a tangent but since you commented I had to point out I find this point laughable. I won't even say I'm offended as there is so much bashing of formula on here I'm used it.

    But anyhoo, I won't derail any further

    and can I just say, before this thread is closed that everyone has a right to an opinion. But if (a general) you are going to make offensive comments at least be prepared that others are going to challenge you. It's annoying when people won't let you have an opinion, but if it's clearly offensive then own it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    lol I was thinking that too. Didn't want to take it off in a tangent but since you commented I had to point out I find this point laughable. I won't even say I'm offended as there is so much bashing of formula on here I'm used it.

    But anyhoo, I won't derail any further
    hehe, nothing wrong with formula!! I happy fed dd and ds formula. Never have felt ashamed of it either..

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