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emkana Sun 08-May-05 00:15:43

am thinking of emailing it to the loose women



(I think the pictures are lovely, what do you think?)

rickman Sun 08-May-05 00:17:34

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hunkermunker Sun 08-May-05 00:17:59

They're gorgeous pictures - thanks for posting the link!

PMSL at the thought of the Loose Women seeing it - dopey mares would run screaming!

sparklymieow Sun 08-May-05 00:18:48

awwwwww, I think the pics are lovely too....

highlander Sun 08-May-05 03:16:56

OMG, those are absolutely beautiful. Now, if only DS could look that serene......

actually, must get a picture of us feeding for posterity!

dropinthe Sun 08-May-05 06:57:24

Sorry,but the way I'm feeling they can all bugger off! Ive had it with breastfeeding-have done it far too long and wish someone had told me how to stop a long time ago!

hermykne Sun 08-May-05 08:22:42

DIT
bad night?

misdee Sun 08-May-05 08:27:00

lovely lovely pics.

ghosty Sun 08-May-05 08:34:36

Thanks for that emkana ... gorgeous pics ...
Makes me all broody for another ... which is what I DON'T want

Mud Sun 08-May-05 09:19:56

in the main I think they're lovely shots

BUT I had a markedly different reaction to the pictures of breastfeeding babies to the one or 2 of breastfeeding obvious toddlers, I didn't think they were lovely at all

emkana Sun 08-May-05 11:42:38

Oh come on mud please can't we keep the extended breastfeeding good or bad thing out of this?

For the record, though, I still think these pictures are lovely because they show tenderness and love between mother and child.

emkana Sun 08-May-05 11:46:29

And the one with the rather large child proves how you can breastfeed even an older child in public without a breast in sight.

hunkermunker Sun 08-May-05 11:46:42

[sigh]

Mud Sun 08-May-05 13:59:57

emkana - you said 'what do you think?', sorry I didn't realise that actually meant 'if you think exactly the same as I do then please post', my fault I thought this was a discussion board

hercules Sun 08-May-05 14:04:34

Lovely pictures. I am pleased to see older children being breastfed as well.

hunkermunker Sun 08-May-05 14:06:50

Mud, can I ask what you thought, if not lovely? Were you horrified/revolted/disgusted? Without wishing to put words in your mouth, you understand

giraffeski Sun 08-May-05 14:10:40

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Mud Sun 08-May-05 14:15:17

I think I felt that the mother simply didn't want to let go of breastfeeding and true babyhood abd I find that sad because a child of that age if thirsty can drink water from a cup

I have this conversation or discussion all the time here, I know that there are a number of very vocal extended breastfeeders, so much so that people like me who supposedly represent the majority view don't even post on this topic so it becomes a 'aren't you fabulous darling, no darling you are fabulous' onesided converastion rhather than a true discussion.

I also find it funny that for most people out there Iam and have always been an extended breastfeeder as I fed all of mine until they could take cow's milk at around a year old. I have no issues with anyone's choice but I am allowed to think what I think and I think breastfeeding a huge child is unecessary

MarsLady Sun 08-May-05 14:18:23

I liked the photos! Thanks

hercules Sun 08-May-05 14:19:18

Err mud, you dont represent the majority. The average age for weaning is four years old.......

hercules Sun 08-May-05 14:21:16

I dont think I could have a discussion with someone who held such a view of me anyway to be honest.

Tommy Sun 08-May-05 14:23:08

I think they're beautiful - all of them. they all show so many different characteristics of feeding - really lovely. Thank you emkana

MrsBigD Sun 08-May-05 14:23:25

hercules... is that in the UK or world wide?

giraffeski Sun 08-May-05 14:27:36

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hercules Sun 08-May-05 14:32:48

Worldwide.

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