|Editor Addison Ross, 3d acrílico marco de fotos, 2,5 x 3,5, 3d, 2,5 x 3,5 cm|
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Addison Ross, 3d acrílico marco de fotos, 2,5 x 3,5, 3d, 2,5 x 3,5 cm
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so far I LOVE the intro & forward & chapter one. I am not weaning Max until he weans himself but these chapters have given me a history on what weaning really means, educated me on our history & how some other cultures do in terms of breastfeeding. I am thankful I have used my boobs for what they are for, have confidence in my body & baby & have lasted as long as we have in nursing. I think this will be a good book. ----- I read what I needed to read in this book. It will be a great reference. I loved how it went over the history of nursing/weaning. I love other cultures & how they do things. I think it gives me a good perspective that what I'm doing is totally normal. I loved the chapter on weaning 1-2 year olds & some "normal" things to expect during nursing this year. I feel that I am doing a normal thing in our lives & listening to Max instead of the clock or an MD. I do know the benefits of nursing a toddler & now have the book to prove it to naysayers in my family. I also really liked the chapter on dental caries & how breastfeeding at night is so different than propping a bottle filled with milk for a baby to nurse at night. It explains how BM doesn't leak from a the nipple or pool in the mouth when nursing, how its properties help protect the teeth.
If you haven't read this book, you really need to. Seriously. El Salvador, the disappeared, the problem of making a difference in the world, the problem of being an American. It's amazing. I first read The Country Between Us years and years ago, and I reread it probably twice a year. And pick it up more often than that to read an individual poem.