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    "No offence mum but you aren't qualified to speak about breastfeeding. I don't feel comfortable talking about this with you so please do not raise it with me again."

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    Luckily I never really had any comments about bf. mum did ask once or twice how long I planned to feed for, I just said for as long as we are both happy to.

    I was in a shop looking at baby clothes the other day for my new neice. I saw a indie covered in baby bottles. I said to the shop assistant (knowing she was in the Aba) "not all babies have bottles, it would be interesting to see clothes with the alternative on it" she said that she said something similar to the rep that came in with those clothes and he didn't know what to think. He was a very young single bloke. Not the most qualified to sell baby clothes!!

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    My DD is only 14 months, but I've been asked a few times if I'm still breast feeding. I find a stern 'yes' shuts them up and makes them realise the topic isn't up for discussion.

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    When I sae the title I thought you were talking about maybe over 2 yrs of age! But only 8 mths old?? If your happy to breastfeed; have a good supply then just keep going. Don't the aba reccommend at least 12 mths if you can?


 

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