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Originally Posted by melinak
While I agree that making a big deal out of something that isn't really going to harm her in the long run...which is why I did let it go anyways, I am reminded of the days when I was exclusively nursing her and many people thought that it would be helpful for me to go out and get a drink with my cousins and they would offer to just give dd a bottle while I was gone. I understand that red dye and sugar and processed foods aren't something that once in a blue moon are detrimental to my childs otherwise healthy eating habits, but I wouldn't have bent on the above example then, why is it that I should be doing that now...just a question as to why, other than being rude, pp think that would be okay.
Not trying to create any conflict, just trying to understand the rationale!?
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