The Phrases We Hate Most Listen When We Breastfeed

Breastfeeding is something very beautiful and natural. Even though it is a natural process, breastfeeding is still the target of much criticism from society, one of them about breastfeeding in public.

The Phrases We Hate Most Listen When We Breastfeed

Breast milk is the most complete food for the baby.

The WHO – the world health organization – recommends exclusive breastfeeding until 6 months of age. Breast milk contains everything your baby needs, protein, vitamins, fats, water.

In addition to feeding the baby, breastfeeding allows a very special bond between mother and child, promoting a strong emotional attachment to the mother.

Phrases that breastfeeding mothers hate

Those who breastfeed, especially after the first year of life, often hear a lot of comments and criticism. Some phrases are common to most breastfeeding women.

Do you still have milk? This is most heard phrase by almost all mothers when they see some baby or child suckling. A silly question that deserves a response to the height.

Your milk is weak, give LA. (artificial milk)

The breast is small it has no milk.

Does he / she still breast?

Still milk.

I’ve never seen a baby that big.

The baby takes too long to breastfeed, not normal.

Give the baby bottle at night for the baby to sleep all night.

He does not breast, he makes the breast pacifier.

The baby needs to drink water.

He / she is very thin, the milk is weak.

Are you going to breastfeed here?

This is just addiction.

The baby can only suck every 3 hours.

Breast milk makes cavities, your teeth will be damaged.

The worst of this kind of comment is that they are often made by people quite close to moms. Breastfeeding is a choice of woman and couple.

Who has heard these or other phrases. How did they react?

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