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Category Archives: children
After reading Howard’s article about the new gun control laws in California, it struck me how the left never really gives up on any of their goals, no matter how unpopular they might be with the majority of the population. Gun control is a prime example. In spite of liberal politicians claiming they won’t touch our guns, these recent examples show that to be a lie.
Even if the citizens of California vote to overturn those laws, there is surely other restrictive legislation waiting in the wings. I’m convinced the legislation and regulations are written in advance by far-left activists, are filed somewhere handy, and then dragged out whenever the political climate might allow them to become reality.…Read More...
Feeding babies in an emergency has recently become more of an interest for me, since we have started to have great-grandchildren. While we have 17 grandchildren it has been some time since we have had any infants in the family. Now I am a believer in breastfeeding. When possible this is always the best option.
First I would like to dispel a few myths on breastfeeding in an emergency. This information is from WELLSTART International
- Misconceptions about breastfeeding in emergencies
- Women under stress cannot breastfeed
- Malnourished women don’t produce enough milk
- Weaning cannot be reversed
- General promotion of breastfeeding is enough
- Human milk substitutes (infant formula and/or milk) are a necessary response to an emergency
Women under stress CAN successfully breastfeed
Milk release (letdown) is affected by stress. …Read More...