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Originally Posted by michelle1k
if a parent had more info, has read the stats on why it is ok to sleep with your baby, why it is better not to bottle-feed, etc. and still makes the decision not to (health and medical reasons aside), it is because of a lack of emotional (and psychological) wholeness.
|So there could be no conceivable reason that someone would make any parenting decisions that are different than the ones YOU find appropriate? You know all the information, both factual and personal, that could go into each of those decisions? And even if you did, your consensus is right and theirs is wrong? Always? OK|
Originally Posted by chandraj
-There are co-sleepers that attach to the bed to keep the baby at a safe distance for those who are paranoid about squishing their babies,although I believe momas have a natural instinct that would make this virtually impossible. When you hear about momas suffocating their babies they were probably drunk, on drugs,morbidly obese or completley stupid.
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