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    I must stop BF my DD as soon as she gets teeth :/ onto our 4th tooth now and I'm not stopping BF!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    The reason your baby still has no teeth is because you're still breastfeeding and she's missing out on essential nutrients from formula. MIL- dd was 8 months.
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    I have no words for such stupidity. Hahaha like seriously... i hope she was just joking.... for her sake..

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    I must stop BF my DD as soon as she gets teeth :/ onto our 4th tooth now and I'm not stopping BF!
    DS used to enjoy practicing using his teeth during many BF sessions.. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blessed Be View Post
    DS used to enjoy practicing using his teeth during many BF sessions.. LOL!
    Oh I've been bitten once but that doesn't mean I'll stop BF!

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    My MIL once told me that breastfeeding a baby past six months was unnecessary and would result in a spoilt child.

    I breastfed her grandchildren for 10 months, 2 years and nearly 3 years. Ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    My MIL once told me that breastfeeding a baby past six months was unnecessary and would result in a spoilt child.

    I breastfed her grandchildren for 10 months, 2 years and nearly 3 years. Ha!
    My mother is saying the exact same thing. She asked me if i plan to
    bother with BF the next one" and i said of course, for the same amount of time or longer if i can stay off work for longer ... she then screwed up her face and told me not to go getting carried away and no longer than 3 month is needed.. or if I must go longer, 6 months then stop because id be over doing it otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitrusRain View Post
    I had one like that too. I wasn't wearing my wedding rings and I had DS1 (2 at the time), standing in the trolley, my 8 month old nephew in the trolley seat and newborn DS2 in the hug a bub so 3 under 2.5. This awful old woman told me I should be ashamed of myself for getting myself into *that* situation (pointing to my hand and then the kids). I was 30, married (not that that should matter) and had 2 kids 25 months apart. I told her to mind her own business.
    Shocking. I once headed out with DS and forgot to put on my rings from doing the house work, and i recall getting some judgmental glares... unbelievable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitrusRain View Post
    I had one like that too. I wasn't wearing my wedding rings and I had DS1 (2 at the time), standing in the trolley, my 8 month old nephew in the trolley seat and newborn DS2 in the hug a bub so 3 under 2.5. This awful old woman told me I should be ashamed of myself for getting myself into *that* situation (pointing to my hand and then the kids). I was 30, married (not that that should matter) and had 2 kids 25 months apart. I told her to mind her own business.
    Why do people feel the need to make comments? People should mind their own business!

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    My parents seem to think DS will sleep better at night if he skips his day nap

    Ah no all you're delivering back to us is an angry troll child refusing dinner, bath and bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitrusRain View Post
    I had one like that too. I wasn't wearing my wedding rings and I had DS1 (2 at the time), standing in the trolley, my 8 month old nephew in the trolley seat and newborn DS2 in the hug a bub so 3 under 2.5. This awful old woman told me I should be ashamed of myself for getting myself into *that* situation (pointing to my hand and then the kids). I was 30, married (not that that should matter) and had 2 kids 25 months apart. I told her to mind her own business.
    Oh I had this happen to me too! I was at the shops with my 4.5yr old, 2.5yr old and was pregnant with DS3 - I dont wear my wedding or engagement rings. I said to the boys to hurry up a bit cos Daddy would be there to get them soon (I was going to the movies and DH was picking the kids up from me on his way home from work) and she said "oh that whole joint custody thing is so hard on kids, you must be sad you're bringing another one into this situation"

    I was utterly gobsmacked. I made a complaint to the manager. Even if I wad a single mum, that would be none of her business how dare she make such a rude comment.

    (Oh and I look young too, I was 26 at the time but look like I'm in my early 20's)

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