Kristin Cavallari On Breastfeeding: I Was A Slave To My Breasts

Wed, January 30, 2013 5:33pm EDT by 5 Comments
Kristin Cavallari Breastfeeding
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S

Posted at 11:06 PM on January 30, 2013  

Any breast milk is better than none for both mom and baby. The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months and continued breastfeeding for 2 years and beyond. Breastfeeding is a public health issue.

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Mina

Posted at 7:58 PM on January 30, 2013  

Wait, so how is this anyone’s business?

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Courtney

Posted at 7:04 PM on January 30, 2013  

this is a non story she should’ve been forumla feeding the kid from the start because it confuses them when you switch for no reason. it’s one thing if a medical reason on either end neccessitates the switch like mum having mastisis or the baby being allergic to dairy

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Katy

Posted at 10:53 PM on January 30, 2013  

Really? I think it’s better that she tried to breastfeed and actually gave it a real effort. Good for her! Sometimes it just doesn’t work out.

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Kim LaCapria

Posted at 9:11 AM on January 31, 2013  

What? That is utter lunacy. It does not “confuse” them when you “switch for no reason.” Any breastmilk is better than no breastmilk.

Everyone who read this post is now stupider for having been exposed to your comment.

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