Like many readers here, I’ve done my breastfeeding research.
I know that the health benefits are undeniable, the physical side effects at times exhausting, but the spiritual and emotional worth like no other.
But if you haven’t breastfed your own child, held him at your bosom and watched the magic of life move from one body to another, then you just don’t understand. He turned 3, 4, 5, 6–I still felt the magic of breastfeeding, and I still felt no impulse to put an end to that feeling. The opinions expressed here are the personal views of the author.
Sixteen years after the birth of my son, I still feel the same way. Comments are moderated, so use your inside voices, keep your hands to yourself, and no, we're not interested in herbal supplements.
A newborn baby was branded an 'alien' and later shunned by his mother after being born with an extremely rare condition, this week.
Khalida Begum, 35, gave birth to the as-yet-to-be-named baby on Monday night and was 'shocked' when she saw he had a small head and bulging eyes.
'The suitcase was being used as a surface to roll their joints.More recently, women who adopt infants and want to breastfeed them are also seeking ways to induce lactation.And of course, some couples who find breastfeeding erotically exciting are exploring these strategies as well.I am now the mother of a brilliant, compassionate, creative, handsome, and loving sixteen-year-old. Unlike other teenagers, he is not angsty, does not slam the door to his bedroom and blast loud metal music, does not do drugs or drink alcohol, and does not disrespect his parents or grandparents in any way. I am closer to my son than I could ever dream of being, and I know that we have, hands-down, the most amazing mother-son relationship I’ve ever witnessed.