Re: I need to understand something about those not bf.
I specifically posted this here (on the BF board) as a sincere question so that I would NOT be offensive to FF moms. If it sounded judgy, I am sorry. I was merely curious. It just seems to me that as far as health benefits and environment are concerned, bf is certainly as important, if not tremendously moreso, than cd'ing, so it just piques my interest when some die-hard cders ff. That is all.
I also never stated that I had any issues with FF. People do it and it is their choice. This is not condemnation. I have worked with moms who have tried and been unable; I certainly do not fault them for that. I guess I do find it a little more difficult to understand why some might not ever even try. But I now see reasons that could happen.
Stacey, wife to Steve, Mom to 26yod, 24yod, 22yod, 20yos, Granny to 4 and #5 due 1/16
Step-mom to 28yoss & step-granny to 5, Caretaker of 2 dogs, 5 cats + Kool & the Gang (my roo and his "chicks")
Christian SAHM/Granny & Disney travel planner - hbirthed, b-fed, cd'd, co-slept, sel/delay vax, didn't circ