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#1 of 6 Old 04-02-2012, 06:57 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I've been nursing for 13+ years, but I am writing a paper, it's actually an informative speech on Breast feeding, so I want my introduction to include something about the infant crawl that is known to happen when a newborn is placed on the mamas chest. If anyone can direct me toward a site that has this info, I'd be grateful, thanks!

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I am so glad I went to that link and watched that video. How unbelievably beautiful! joy.gif And amazingly impressive, too. Babies are like superheros.


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I've seen this video before and was amazed. But right now, I am looking at ways of helping my cousin (who is somewhat squeamish and conservative), to adjust to the idea of breast feeding. I think this would be too big a leap for her. so I was wondering if there are any videos like this that were done in this country, perhaps of babies born at home.
 

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I find it a bit creepy that the mother's face is pixelated out. I'm sure there is an explanation related to modesty, but it really feels like she doesn't have an identity of her own at all.

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Yeah, I noticed that too. It did feel weird, but I assumed it has to do with identity protection of the mother/family who were captured in the video. 

 

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I find it a bit creepy that the mother's face is pixelated out. I'm sure there is an explanation related to modesty, but it really feels like she doesn't have an identity of her own at all.

 

 


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