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The debate over nursing recently reached a new high (or low—depending on your opinion), when a photo of two military mothers nursing while in uniform hit the web this week.
Air Force Sgt. Terran Echegoyen McCabe and Staff Sgt. Christina Luna, both in active service, were photographed in uniform to support Breastfeeding Awareness Month for the Mom2Mom Breastfeeding Support Group, a group that promotes, educates and creates awareness for breastfeeding.
A 6-month-old premature newborn that was pronounced dead in Argentina early this month, was found very much alive in the morgue by her mother 12 hours later, and was revived once more by doctors just last week.
Did you share a bed with your baby?
Research shows that co-sleeping can actually be safer than sleeping alone. But, as anyone with a baby knows, what’s safe and what’s not safe changes just about every year!
A shocking ad campaign, unveiled last Wednesday in Milwaukee, urges parents to stop sharing a bed with their babies. The ads show an infant sleeping in an adult bed next to a butcher knife with the headline, “Your baby sleeping with you can be just as dangerous.”
A recent survey from Working Mother magazine found that 57% of working moms feel guilty every single day, and 31% feel guilty at least once a week.