I can’t imagine my 6 year old son breastfeeding. I breastfed all five of my kids and am probreastfeeding. But they all stopped after no longer then a year. I’m all for breastfeeding and this top is awesome but one woman is breastfeeding a child who is clearly old enough to say the word “milk” and probably be able to get a glass out of the Flamingo Official Campsite Wine Tester Shirt and pour it herself. Too much in my opinion but do what makes you happy, I guess. That one kid looks like she is three years old at least! Please tell me I’m not the only one who thinks that crap is weird?. Do you know what age the World Health Organisation recommends you breastfeed until?. Ciara Alfrey “WHO recommends mothers worldwide to exclusively breastfeed infants for the child’s first six months to achieve optimal growth, development and health. Thereafter, they should be given nutritious complementary foods and continue breastfeeding up to the age of two years or beyond.” Again though, do what you want and what makes you happy and like I said, just my opinion. I just don’t understand your opinion when extended breastfeeding has proven to be the best thing for children.
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Children who have been breastfed for longer periods of time have better immune systems, are typically more independent, have higher IQ (as a percentage) and have straighter teeth! Unfortunately, not many people know this. Ciara Alfrey we can just agree to disagree. The Flamingo Official Campsite Wine Tester Shirt is genius though. Ciara Alfrey I have a great immune system and I wasn’t breastfed at all. My mom couldn’t because she almost died after having me. I’m pretty sure this is why I grew up eating as healthy as possible-it was zero junk food house. Not even sweet cereals made the cut. Of course people who aren’t breastfed can have a great immune system and high IQ and straight teeth, but breastfeeding has been proven to enhance all of these things. I wasn’t breastfed either! It’s all about the mum’s choice and I think that formula is amazing for helping mum’s who choose not to breastfeed or who can’t. It just upsets me that many people don’t know that breastfeeding past infancy is normal and very healthy. I only comment because I want to try and educate people that even the largest health organisations recommend extended breastfeeding and the benefits that it comes with.