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That girl Amber +2 2 kids; California 6981 posts
Apr 20th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting linsα:</b>" If its not your kid or your tits then there is no reason to have an opinion about it. If its not for you then its not for you, and thats it. "</blockquote>




Yep. This.

CJKB+JMB=AMB 1 child; Watertown, New York 2525 posts
Apr 20th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Amberchik78:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Platypus:</b>" WDYT about it? I've seen few people do it, but ... [snip!] ... of one. I dont even know why this would be a d&d. Its not your damn business how long someone else chooses to nurse their kid"</blockquote>




cause she wanted to know other peoples opinions? she can have her own opinion thats why she stated it in d&d

Big D! Due October 7 (boy); 1 child; Escondido, California 9518 posts
Apr 21st '13
Quoting Carissa Biron:" i dont care how long a mom breastfeeds for, her body her kid... im completely new.to ebf though, and ... [snip!] ... and breast feed, is that ok because he and his mom feel comfortable? im honestly curious im not trying to judge AT ALL lol"

The same reason they stop every other behavior. They become developmentally ready.

The Master Due September 8; 2 kids; Perth, Australia 20023 posts
Apr 21st '13

I know of a woman who used to breast feed her 8 year old son in front of his friends and in shopping centers. He refused nearly all foods and she used to both co-sleep and co-bathe with him ... he's now 13 and as far as I know she continues to do all of the above. He wasn't even potty trained until he was 9 and the school insisted. The school even had him tested for mental/developmental issues, and everything came back fine. SO's family (she's friends of his family) think she's strange and bordering on abusive ... I'm just not sure.

CJKB+JMB=AMB 1 child; Watertown, New York 2525 posts
Apr 21st '13
Quoting Destiel:" I know of a woman who used to breast feed her 8 year old son in front of his friends and in shopping ... [snip!] ... came back fine. SO's family (she's friends of his family) think she's strange and bordering on abusive ... I'm just not sure."



damn! well that was kinda what i meant, would you consider it abusive to breastfeed a teenager/adult? lol thats crazy though!

mamaluvsher4babies 36 kids; California 4230 posts
Apr 21st '13
Quoting Carissa Biron:" damn! well that was kinda what i meant, would you consider it abusive to breastfeed a teenager/adult? lol thats crazy though!"


I would consider what she is doing mental/emotional abuse. with everything she is doing. Like some dang control issue.

CJKB+JMB=AMB 1 child; Watertown, New York 2525 posts
Apr 21st '13
Quoting mamaluvsher4babies:" I would consider what she is doing mental/emotional abuse. with everything she is doing. Like some dang control issue. "


thats what i was thinking to but if there a teenager arent they making there own decisions? lol

CJKB+JMB=AMB 1 child; Watertown, New York 2525 posts
Apr 21st '13
Quoting 11 weeks with #3!:" I think the not potty training is more of the issue. I seriously doubt that the continued breastfeeding, ... [snip!] ... him back in that way makes it sound like she has mommy issues... whch is very sad and I think that might be damaging to him."


you dont think a pre-teen bathing with his mom is unhealthy?

mamaluvsher4babies 36 kids; California 4230 posts
Apr 21st '13
Quoting Carissa Biron:" thats what i was thinking to but if there a teenager arent they making there own decisions? lol"


exactly. I think she has mentally/ emotionally damaged him. The mother has issues. Its everything she is doing. Sorry but co-bathing with a teenage boy? If the roles were reversed and the father was co-bathing with his daughter, he would be labled a child molester.

Vitameatavegamin 19 kids; League City, Texas 5829 posts
Apr 21st '13

I don't particularly CARE if an older kid is breastfeeding if they still want it, but I'd be a liar if I sad I wouldn't be a bit uncomfortable if I saw somebody doing that in public with an older kid. I would never say anything to discourage it or make them feel weird, but for some reason I would feel awkward. But by all means, if the child wants the BM, give it to them if you want to, can't hurt! I think it just seems strange because it's so uncommon.

♥Rach♥ 2 kids; Arizona 12877 posts
Apr 21st '13

I don't have a problem with it. My daughter will be two next month and I'm still breastfeeding. She has no interest in weaning. My personal limit is three (I think, lol), but it's not really my business if someone chooses to nurse longer.