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Development Dads - The Mammalia Machine - Infant

Updated on March 7, 2015

The Mammalia Machine

Easy for the Father, Great for the Baby

Not so easy for the Mother! Make no mistake, guys, women share their breast feeding experiences with soon-to-be-mothers. They discuss the aching when they're full. They discuss the chafing from use. They know that some babies are born with a few teeth and many have several teeth before breast feeding ceases. They discuss the pump. They know that it greatly helps their baby's growth and immune system, but they also know that for many, especially those who return to work, that it can be very inconvenient, uncomfortable, painful, and often guilt-ridden if they can no longer provide their milk. So, it is often a decision and not a given; and, it is up to the mother. Fathers can only provide understanding, support, and lots of love.

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