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  • March 29, 2008 @ 8: 30 pm your children are beautiful! and this is what i have noticed with nursing: it is wonderful, and beautiful, and i would not trade nursing my daughter for anything, and all of that joy and beauty can make it hard to see the same in bottlefeeding. nursing is something that makes mommyhood bearable, especially during the first few months (although it really hurts), and it can feel like we are not adequate as mothers to not be producing enough milk, or if our child is not quite strong enough to take the milk they need, and we forget that the supplementing for a while is a wonderful way to have our children get enough to eat to satisfy their growing bodies so that they are content.

    Insecurities of a sleepless crazy lady. « A Bird’s Nest

  • Furthermore, for the period of time when an infant would be breast or bottlefeeding, breastfeeding will save the mother around $300-400.

    "The happiness of the mother is far, far more important in shaping the life of the child than whether or not the child was breast-fed as a baby."

  • Still, every cloud has a silver lining – Emilia has severe reflux which often results in underweight babies but, in her case, bottlefeeding has meant that she has always had as much milk as she wants, no matter how much she vomited.

    » Jacob’s Breastfeeding Story

  • Whoa -- I had almost the same experiences with my first daughter (the hours of labor but not progressing, leading to a c-section, and then bottlefeeding because she didn't like to latch on well).

    Defensive Lines

  • It is all breastfeeding = good, bottlefeeding = formula = not so good.

    Defensive Lines

  • It is all breastfeeding = good, bottlefeeding = formula = not so good.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • One is making sure breastfeeding is acceptable anywhere bottlefeeding is do we need to say this is a positive goal?

    Breast Feeding Cover Causes Controversy

  • The nurse came in and went through this long list of probably twenty or more questions, all about the birth, and ended with the last question, “Are you breast-feeding or bottlefeeding?”


  • My daughter could be reclined in the beginning when she was still bottlefeeding, and now that she is older, the chair has been great.

    The Gallagher Guide To The Baby Years

  • She is an expert in nursing, diaper changing, bottlefeeding, burping, and cleaning up various baby messes.

    The Gallagher Guide To The Baby Years


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