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- (breastfeed) give suck to; "The wetnurse suckled the infant"; "You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
- Breastfeeding is the feeding of an infant or young child with breast milk directly from female human breasts (i.e., via lactation) rather than from a baby bottle or other container. Babies have a sucking reflex that enables them to suck and swallow milk.
- (of a woman) Feed (a baby) with milk from the breast
- (of a baby) Feed from the breast
- (Breastfeed) Breast milk is known to protect against respiratory tract infections, even years after breastfeeding is done. Kids who don't breastfeed average five times more ear infections.
- without interruption; "the world is constantly changing"
- without variation or change, in every case; "constantly kind and gracious"; "he always arrives on time"
- Continuously over a period of time; always
- (constant) a quantity that does not vary
- the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"
- a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
- pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
- A young or newly born animal
- The youngest member of a family or group
- A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born
The Complete Book of Breastfeeding, 4th edition: The Classic Guide
The Complete Book of Breastfeeding is a recognized classic in its field. Now it's been completely revised and updated in a new fourth edition—non-doctrinaire, informative, and friendly, it is the most accessible and authoritative book, as much required reading for expecting and new mothers as a pregnancy guide and baby name book.
All healthy mothers should consider breastfeeding for the first year of a baby’s life, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, and this is the book that will help women give their babies the healthiest start possible. Written by Sally Wendkos Olds and a new co-author, Laura Marks, M.D., The Complete Book of Breastfeeding, Fourth Edition offers a comprehensive introduction to breastfeeding—how to get ready before the baby arrives; how to involve fathers and siblings; and the best diet and foods for mom. There are sections on dealing with problems at the hospital; extensive information on exclusive pumping (EPing); the best systems for giving supplementary bottles to a breastfed baby; the safest sleep scenarios for babies; breastfeeding in public, including laws affecting breastfeeding mothers. New data about preterm infants is presented, and special situations—multiples, breast cancer, overweight and large-breasted women, breast surgery, tattoos and piercings—are also discussed in detail. An expanded chapter on weaning features sections on breastfeeding past infancy. Also new is an appendix of online resources.
I tire of the moronic standards that our culture has for good, bad, appropriate, benign, offensive, et cetera. I am constantly being told to watch my mouth. This mouth thing is not just on account of choice of words per se, its also about content. It's weird really. I am sometimes offended that I feel censored by morays and taboos and yet most of them are retarded (1). We are told (some of us) that it is a good thing to be educated, to think out-of-the-box, to blaze new trails of thought. Yet we as a society still get hung up about thinks like breastfeeding, sex education, race, ideology and so on. It seems that we are tongue tied to certain subjects and just plain inept about others. Here are a few examples of my irritants:
I am "offensive" if I say "God-Damnit!" even though I don't acknowledge a god or sin. This phrase will be edited out of television because it
is offensive. Yet the use of the word "Bitch" is acceptable (and comedic). I have a wife and three daughters, I don't want them to live in a world where women are degraded. I don't know any gods but I do know many women, I think the payoff of my respect to them is much greater. In spite of this, it is still offensive to say "god-damn!"
I am a post civil rights middle class white man. I am not welcome to talk about race openly. It's considered taboo to ask others about their "experience" living in this culture as a non-white. The same thing goes for sexuality. I am welcome to talk to other middle class white people about what it's like to be middle class white people. Which is of course very enlightening for me.
Our social class system is taboo. If I write about it, I would be acknowledging that a class system exists which might offend people.
Anything anti-American. I don't think very much of this country so If I ever express my views, I am considered "anti-American". If I allowed myself to be homogenized into one of a few groups of thought, I would then be quot;American" then people would think that the things that said were cool. Then they would pat me on the back. Then I would club a baby seal (2) and they would pretend like they didn't see me do it. Then we would talk about the weather.
(1) Retarded = not advanced. This is not a slur against the mentally challenged. I have known many challenged people who think on a much higher level than those who we consider intellectual. If you are reading this and you cant fathom this, you are probably retarded.
(2) I know, not many people actually club baby seals. It was more of a metaphor for doing something obviously wrong. If you dont get this see footnote 1
my poor guy
dylan has diarrhea. i am getting worried because i called the ped today when he was having loose stools and they said, oh sounds like he is getting over something since he isn't going more frequently. well now it is more frequent. he has gone 3 times since then and it is watery. he doesn't have a fever yet and is acting normal other than the diarrhea. well he isn't breastfeeding quite as much. he usually feeds 6 times a day and yesterday he only ate 4 times and i know he isn't drinking as much because i am constantly full... of course i can't pump. aarrgghh.... so i am worried.
bob's parents and my parents both got him this activity center for christmas. when i first got it out of the box, it was so big! now he is so big it looks small! this center used to act as a barrier to keep dylan away from all the tv, computer, printer, and stereo wires but it doesn't work any longer. we need to baby proof a lot more this weekend.
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Just what did the Apostle Paul mean when he said, Pray without ceasing (1 Thess. 5:17)?
In this perceptive and timely book, celebrated spiritual teacher Benedict Groeschel demonstrates how the combination of grace with enduring Christian truths and practices will enable you to experience a deep, rewarding prayer life that in effect, permeates everything you do.
But Groeschel is not implying everyone should join a monastery. In fact, he points out that half of the communication equation has already been solved by ordinary Christians. God, who created humans in His image, is constantly trying to get in touch with us. He uses the gift of our senses, the beauty of creation, and the riches of music, art, and literature as a kind of celestial call-waiting system.
The challenge confronting us is to answer the call by cultivating an awareness of God s loving presence. The foundation for doing so is to establish and maintain a schedule of daily prayer, thereby creating a framework for communication with God. In addition, the Church offers a lavish variety of resources to support our personal efforts, from daily Mass attendance, to praying the Rosary, to engaging in the ancient practice of lectio divina. As we let God touch our spirits, we will begin to practice contemplation, a prerequisite for regarding everything in our lives as spiritual exercises.
This remarkable book uses the testimonies of Scripture and of the lives of saints through the ages to show how you can make your words and actions a river of unceasing prayer.
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