breast-feeding love

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  • Alison Boda, 37, of Arlington, Va., says she was open to the idea of breast-feeding before she delivered her son last week.

    A New Tactic To Encourage Mothers To Breast-Feed

  • Linda was only able to nurse her twins every second or third feeding, because the doctors felt that breast-feeding, which is more strenuous than bottle-feeding, was too tiring for her babies.

    Mothering Twins

  • Linda was only able to nurse her twins every second or third feeding, because the doctors felt that breast-feeding, which is more strenuous than bottle-feeding, was too tiring for her babies.

    Mothering Twins

  • First Lady Tea Party darling calls breast-feeding campaign "social engineering."

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • First Lady Tea Party darling calls breast-feeding campaign "social engineering."

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • A spokesman for Mrs. Obama anticipated the debate, calling breast-feeding "a very personal choice."

    NYT > Home Page

  • First Lady Tea Party darling calls breast-feeding campaign "social engineering."

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • First Lady Tea Party darling calls breast-feeding campaign "social engineering."

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • A spokesman for Mrs. Obama anticipated the debate, calling breast-feeding "a very personal choice."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Breast Feeding: Formula was in and breast-feeding was out for much of the baby boomer years.

    Nancy Wurtzel: Obesity Epidemic: Is Your Mother to Blame?

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